The Monday Night Football matchup between the Seahawks and the Vikings was a defensive slugfest for the first 55 minutes of the game. Halfway through the fourth quarter, Minnesota started playing the field position game and were able to line up for a 47-yard field goal, but Bobby Wagner wasn't having it. Wagner leaped over the line and blocked the try to keep the Vikings scoreless.
Minnesota couldn't stop the Seahawks on the ground as Russell Wilson escaped outside the pocket and picked up 40 yards down the sideline. From 21 yards out, Chris Carson carried five straight times to put the first touchdown on the board with less than three minutes left. Seattle added a 2-point conversion and just a couple plays later the defense added a score of their own. Within the span of 30 seconds, the game went from tight 6-0 game to a 21-0 blowout.
Adam and Brandan talk about the biggest plays from the game, including a catch by Geroge Fant, and the dominant play from a Seahawks defense that looked like the play we came to expect from previous seasons.
Looking ahead to the game next weekend against the 49ers, Tod Gomes of the NorCal Sea Hawkers joins the show to talk about the upcoming events leading into Sunday's game in Santa Clara as well as the fundraising efforts to support victims of the Camp Fire in California.