Welcome back, Seahawks! Seattle roars back to life with victory over Colts

Amara Darboh to'pick up some snaps if Doug Baldwin doesn't go Sunday

Amara Darboh to'pick up some snaps if Doug Baldwin doesn't go Sunday

It was one of those games where it was hard to pick out a star because so many Seahawks played so well. The two players are totally different running backs, and McKissic's pass-catching ability gives him a leg up on Lacy.

Ever even heard of them before? The Vikings (2-2) lost more than just possession when Cook limped off with an injury to his left knee and did not return.

Wilson - now 36-6 as a starter in home games, three wins shy of the National Football League record of 39 home wins in a quarterback's first six National Football League seasons held by Baltimore's Joe Flacco - was at his best moving around the pocket. That nearly never happens to Wilson. He said he only recently was able to finally get all of his stuff moved from New England to Seattle.

He rarely delivers a blow.

However, Seahawks corner Richard Sherman said Carson's injury may not be as bad as initially feared, per Gregg Bell of the Seattle News Tribune. It was Angry Russell. But the Colts could get nothing established offensively in the second half. On their next drive, Russell Wilson threw an interception, and the Colts capitalized with another touchdown, this an 18-yard pass from Brissett to Donte Moncrief on a attractive ball.

Though he shouldered the blame, the quarterback was far from the lone offender. But Wilson kept plowing forward, though Butler and across the goal line while propping himself off the turf with his left hand pushing off it, refusing to go down.

Isn't it great to see Wilson show some rage?

The Seattle Seahawks welcome the Indianapolis Colts to CenturyLink Field.

Granted, the Colts were 13-point underdogs for a reason.

Ugly Third Quarter Strikes Again: Had someone told Chuck Pagano on Sunday morning, his team would be leading 15-10 at halftime, the head coach would have signed up for that immediately.

"We just keep fighting because we're a team and the next man has to step up and get the job done", said Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor, another one of those 204-snap players. "He's always running out of bounds and taking care of himself".

In a standard scoring league, McKissic finished with 18.50 fantasy points, and he figures to be a solid option in Seattle's offense moving forward. Seattle broke a franchise record with 36 points in a half. "Like I said, we've got to put four quarters together". "It was kind of a one on one. I beat the linebacker outside and found the ball".

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