Painful yes, but could have been worse. Seattle defensively earned their pay. Offensively, Seattle played well in spurts, but sputtered as you said. Jimmy Graham & Thomas Rawls had a case of the butterfingers hu! One drop by Jimmy was in the endzone, the other could have been a TD by good run after catch where he had space. Baldwin is playing like their MVP on offense. Wilson had pretty good stats and 127 rating, but many of his missed passes were off target. Still, I thought Wilson made some incredible throws, like the offense they ran right out of the gate and towards the end, lots of play action roll outs, quick throws, deep balls. The Seattle offense really wore down Giants defense, & Seattle's defense got so many 3 or 6 and outs their D was able to stay fresh. Seattle's offense owned a 10 minute time of possession advantage. Not making much of this tho since this is an awful Giants team.BullsFan22 said:Seahawks doing well on offense....except when they get to the red zone, then they drop passes, make stupid mistakes, stupid penalties....Painful to watch. They should be up by two touchdowns now, not down with only 3 points on the board. Oh yeah, and more injuries.
As for injuries, Center Britt returned to play from his injury & was only out a couple of plays. Lockett got his bell rung and had to leave for a bit but he'll be okay. LT Matt Tobin spelled LT Ohdiambo & looked pretty good. LT is a position battle that could be developing. But continual injuries to RB CJ Prosice is getting old. He just is not able to stay healthy. After the season is over, not sure CJ will hold onto his roster spot.
Sucks for MIA's Cutler (cracked ribs) & AZ's Palmer (broken arm).