Celebrating a victory this week as the Seahawks improve to 4-3 and earn their third straight victory on the road. After seven games this season, Seattle still has six home games left on its schedule. And with the Seahawks coming out of the bye, many of us fans were wondering if Seattle could carry the momentum over from the win overseas against the Raiders.
With the 28-14 win, the defense was able to hold off some late charges by Matt Stafford and the Lions. A 21-point second quarter allowed Seattle to grind out clock throughout most of the second half and a 14-point lead in the final minutes allowed punter Michael Dickson to take a risk on a play that was intended to run out clock before taking a safety. Instead, he ran from the very back of the end zone and turned upfield to get a first down to help cement the win.
Adam Nathan of the UK Sea Hawkers joins Adam and Brandan this week to talk about the emergence of David Moore, a great showing by Chris Carson, and the continued efficiency of Russell Wilson in what turned out to be a record-breaking performance.