The Seahawks were crowned champions in the NFL Super Bowl on Sunday night, but for the most part, Seattle didn’t win the game.
The Seahawks won, but not the way the Seahawks wanted to win.
The Seahawks offense was awful, which meant that their defense had to play the game with less focus.
The Seattle defense was awful because they could not stop the run, and the Seahawks offense couldn’t stop the pass.
The Seattle defense did a great job, and they were able to stop the Seahawks pass rush on three consecutive possessions.
The first two possessions, the Seahawks only gave up three sacks.
The third and fourth possessions, they allowed four sacks and only one QB hit.
The problem with this Seahawks defense was not just that they were terrible at stopping the run and passing, but that they also did not allow any pressure on Russell Wilson.
On the third drive, the Seattle defense gave up five sacks, which is the most sacks allowed by any team since the 2007 Washington Redskins.
The next four drives, the Redskins only allowed one sack.
This is when the Seattle offense really struggled.
On their next three possessions, Wilson completed two passes for 15 yards.
On their next possession, Wilson threw an interception on fourth down and an interception at the Seattle 30.
Wilson completed a pass on the next play for eight yards, but Seattle only scored a touchdown.
On fourth down on the fourth play of the fourth quarter, Wilson went over the top of the Seattle linebacker and was sacked for a loss of seven yards.
The second drive of the third quarter was even worse.
On third down, Wilson had a 3-yard gain on a 1-yard run by Russell Wilson and then had a 10-yarder by James Carpenter that was incomplete.
On his next play, Wilson gained 6 yards on a 2-yard touchdown run.
On a third play, he ran out the clock and Wilson was sacked twice.
On fifth play, Carpenter was sacked again for a 4-yard loss.
On sixth play, the pressure on Wilson was too much and Wilson threw a deep pass to Jordon Jones for a touchdown, which was a sack.
On seventh play, Seattle scored the game-winning touchdown.
The third and final drive of that drive was even more embarrassing.
The offense was in desperate need of a first down and the Seattle secondary had allowed the Seahawks to run a perfect game-sealing play all game.
This was a terrible play by the Seattle defensive backs.
They had to give up a first-down and the offense had to put a good first down on a bad pass play.
This was a bad game for Seattle.
The problem is, the problem wasn’t Russell Wilson’s play.
The problems were the Seattle offensive line, their defensive line, and their offense.
It was the Seahawks defense, which had allowed Russell Wilson to get to the line three times, pass him three times and be sacked seven times in a game, and did not stop him once.
The good news is that the Seahawks’ offensive line has improved, and if they continue to improve, they could easily keep Seattle’s offense out of the end zone for the rest of the game if the defense can keep the game close enough.
The key to this game was the defense.
The defense had a lot of plays they could have stopped in this game, but the Seahawks just couldn’t.
Russell Wilson completed nine passes for 162 yards and a touchdown in the third and third quarters.
If the Seahawks could have kept Russell Wilson in the pocket, they would have had to be stopped.
The play that Russell Wilson hit was the perfect pass.
It went in and the quarterback had time to get out of bounds and throw the ball to his running back.
He had time and space to throw the pass to Russell Wilson who was on the other side of the field.
If Wilson threw the ball in that exact spot, he would have hit his target and would have been able to run for a first downs.
The pass didn’t go in because Seattle’s defensive line did not close and there was no pressure on the quarterback.
The safety was not close to the quarterback, and Seattle could have called a timeout and put the ball on the ground, but Wilson threw it away.
The biggest problem with the Seahawks offensive line is the fact that they allowed Russell to get rid of the ball when he wanted it.
The offensive line could have shut down Russell Wilson as long as he was throwing the ball.
It could have allowed Russell’s pass rush to make plays against the defense, or even blocked Russell Wilson, but it chose to let Russell Wilson get to his feet.
The defensive line had to get pressure on Seattle’s quarterback and make sure he did not have time to throw or throw a pass.
Seattle’s defense did an excellent job on their third drive.
On Seattle’s next drive, Russell Wilson had three more completions for 33 yards, three more touchdown passes, and one more interception.
Wilson was 6-