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Field Gulls Nov 20, 2020
The Last Century Links 11/20: Seahawks Beat Cardinals, Improve to 7-3

The Last Century Links 11/20: Seahawks Beat Cardinals, Improve to 7-3

Photo by Abbie Parr/ Read! Rapid Reaction: Seahawks Regain Form, And Top Spot In NFC West, With Primetime Win vs. Cardinals https://www.seahawks.com/news/rapid-reaction-seahawks-regain-form-and-top-spot-in-nfc-west-with-primetime-win- Instant Lookback: Carlos Dunlap II Game-Winning Sack https://www.seahawks.com/news/instant-lookback-carlos-dunlap-ii-game-winning-sack Instant Lookback: Another Game, Another Tyler Lockett Toe Drag https://www.seahawks.com/news/instant-lookback-another-game-another-tyler-lockett-toe-drag ‘ESPN Cover Story’ Chronicles DK...
Field Gulls Nov 19, 2020
Seahawks 28 Cardinals 21: Defense comes up clutch

Seahawks 28 Cardinals 21: Defense comes up clutch

Photo by Abbie Parr/ 1-0 at Lumen Field! The Seattle Seahawks (7-3) snapped a two-game losing streak with an absolutely vital 28-21 win over the Arizona Cardinals (6-4). It was the defense that stepped up big with three sacks of Kyler Murray, including the game-ender by Carlos Dunlap. DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett both caught touchdowns from Russell Wilson, who had no turnovers. We are now Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans on Monday, as a win over the Los Angeles Rams would keep Seattle in 1st place in the NFC West. 1st Half The Seahawks got the ball first and Russell Wilson was...
ClutchPoints Nov 19, 2020
VIDEO: Russell Wilson floats TD pass to Tyler Lockett to retake lead vs. Cardinals

VIDEO: Russell Wilson floats TD pass to Tyler Lockett to retake lead vs. Cardinals

Russell Wilson throws another floater to give the Seattle Seahawks the lead over the Arizona Cardinals once again, this time to Tyler Lockett. On 1st and 10 from the 11-yard line Wilson takes the snap from the shotgun set. After a three-step drop he finds Lockett running towards the back pylon and throws a perfect […] The post VIDEO: Russell Wilson floats TD pass to Tyler Lockett to retake lead vs. Cardinals appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Field Gulls Nov 19, 2020
Russell Wilson joins rare company with touchdown to Tyler Lockett

Russell Wilson joins rare company with touchdown to Tyler Lockett

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports With a strike to the corner of the endzone, finding Tyler Lockett for his second touchdown pass of the night against the Cardinals, Russell Wilson joined rare company. Wilson’s score to Lockett was the Seahawks’ quarterback’s 30th touchdown pass of the season, making it four straight seasons he has thrown for 30 or more touchdowns. Wilson is now the third quarterback in NFL history to achieve that feat, joining Brett Favre and Drew Brees. Beautiful throw. Beautiful catch.That's just classic @DangeRussWilson and @TDLockett12. Watch...
ClutchPoints Nov 18, 2020
Tyler Lockett inching closer to playing vs. Cardinals, per Seahawks coach Pete Carroll

Tyler Lockett inching closer to playing vs. Cardinals, per Seahawks coach Pete Carroll

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett popped up on the team’s injury report with a knee issue, but head coach Pete Carroll said the injury is not concerning. Carroll told reporters Lockett—currently listed as questionable—is going to play in Thursday night’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. However, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Seahawks running back Chris […] The post Tyler Lockett inching closer to playing vs. Cardinals, per Seahawks coach Pete Carroll appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Seattle Times Nov 17, 2020
Seahawks injuries: Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde practice, but Tyler Lockett, Shaquill Griffin and 6 others don’t

Seahawks injuries: Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde practice, but Tyler Lockett, Shaquill Griffin and 6 others don’t

The Seahawks may well get closer to whole in the backfield for Thursday’s NFC West showdown with the Arizona Cardinals, with Carlos Hyde listed as a full participant in practice and Chris Carson as limited. But other positions remained more problematic.
Field Gulls Nov 16, 2020
Snap counts from Seahawks loss to Rams

Snap counts from Seahawks loss to Rams

Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports For the second consecutive week, the Seahawks took part in an ugly loss, falling to their NFC West rival L.A. Rams 23-16. The full snap counts from Seattle’s Week 10 trip to L.A. are below, with some notes to follow. With DK Metcalf blanketed and Tyler Lockett quiet, it was Greg Olsen who paced the tight ends in snaps, playing far more than Will Dissly with 72% of snaps to Dissly’s 36%. Jacob Hollister, who was coming off a bright game against the Bills, barely played with just 9% of the offense’s snaps. In his second...
Field Gulls Nov 4, 2020
DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett and the value of intimidation

DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett and the value of intimidation

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports Early in the third quarter the San Francisco 49ers defense began hitting itself. DK Metcalf held Robert Saleh’s right arm and Tyler Lockett his left, and though both pleaded with the venerable young defensive coordinator to stop hitting himself, it was no use. He slugged and slugged away. Nine short jabs later and the Seattle Seahawks had driven 63 yards and scored a touchdown. Why did Saleh insist on brutalizing his own face with his own fists? Why, Robert, why? Intimidation. Saleh became so concerned about stopping Seattle’s deep passing attack, that...
Field Gulls Nov 4, 2020
Bobby Wagner grabs defensive player of the week honors

Bobby Wagner grabs defensive player of the week honors

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports Sunday the current top seed in the NFC Seattle Seahawks extended their lead in both the NFC West division and in the conference race for the number one seed by defeating the last place San Francisco 49ers 37-27. Seattle held a commanding lead for much of the game, and it was only in the fourth quarter that the Niners managed to put the majority of their points on the board, allowing the Hawks to cruise to what was a rather comfortable victory by Seahawks standards. While Russell Wilson, DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett and David Moore continued to do basically...
ClutchPoints Nov 3, 2020
Russell Wilson gushes on about DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett receiving corps

Russell Wilson gushes on about DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett receiving corps

The wide receiving duo of DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett is arguably the best in the NFL right now. Seattle Seahawks star quarterback Russell Wilson certainly thinks so, calling the studs two of the best receivers in the game. Via Brady Henderson of ESPN: “We have so many guys that can step up and step […] The post Russell Wilson gushes on about DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett receiving corps appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Seattle Times Nov 1, 2020
Seahawks receiver DK Metcalf posts career highs in catches, yards a week after Tyler Lockett’s outburst

Seahawks receiver DK Metcalf posts career highs in catches, yards a week after Tyler Lockett’s outburst

A week after wowing the world with his rundown of Budda Baker, DK Metcalf filled up the stat sheet with a career-high 12 catches for 161 yards in the Seahawks' win against the 49ers.
Field Gulls Nov 1, 2020
David Moore has become a reliable, efficient 3rd wideout

David Moore has become a reliable, efficient 3rd wideout

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports With two bona fide stars, in Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf, occupying the first two spots, the Seahawks’ third wide receiver spot is a unique position. Though the opportunities may not be plentiful, the importance of delivering on those chances is absolutely crucial. In that regard, David Moore has had an outstanding 2020, bouncing back from a tough 2019—a result of an August shoulder injury. With both Phillip Dorsett and Josh Gordon yet to play, the third receiver role has been Moore’s from the jump and he has not disappointed. Seattle’s win over...
ClutchPoints Oct 31, 2020
Tyler Lockett speaks out on his absurd toe-drag TD catch vs. Cardinals

Tyler Lockett speaks out on his absurd toe-drag TD catch vs. Cardinals

The Seattle Seahawks have been firing on all cylinders in the early stages of the season thanks to their quarterback Russell Wilson and his chemistry with his offensive weapons. Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett has been a major contributor in their scoring attack, mainly due to his spectacular toe-drag touchdowns. He made it to the […] The post Tyler Lockett speaks out on his absurd toe-drag TD catch vs. Cardinals appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Field Gulls Oct 30, 2020
Tyler Lockett primed for an encore vs. 49ers

Tyler Lockett primed for an encore vs. 49ers

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports One of the NFL’s best rivalries will be renewed on Sunday, as the 49ers head up to Seattle to take on the Seahawks. At 4-3, San Francisco has done an admirable job of maneuvering a long list of injuries, with Kyle Shanahan only furthering the notion he is one of the truly great head coaches in the league. That being said, it’s Seahawks-49ers—it’s going to get weird. What the 49ers do well Brace yourself: A Shanahan-coached team runs the ball incredibly well. Despite losing Raheem Mostert and Tevin Coleman, San Francisco’s running game has...
Field Gulls Oct 28, 2020
All-22 Musings: Tyler Lockett scorches the Cardinals

All-22 Musings: Tyler Lockett scorches the Cardinals

Billy Hardiman-USA TODAY Sports For the first time this season, the inevitability of the Seahawks and Russell Wilson was not proven to be true. Both a regulation lead and possession in overtime were lost as the Cardinals furthered Seattle’s desert nightmares, as Arizona prevailed to drop the Seahawks to 5-1 on the season. Seattle’s first loss of the season will be remembered for uncharacteristic mistakes from Wilson and that DK Metcalf play. However, we were also treated to an all-time performance from Tyler Lockett. That stunning showing and more will be celebrated here. [SEA 1-10...

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