The Seattle Seahawks have been on a roll of late and the momentum has carried over to their touchdown celebrations. "There's always going to be some growing time and we saw that the first two weeks of the season".
But don't worry, Melvin Gordon is completely healthy and running WILD! "We can't allow (Allen) to get loose". On the final play of the game at the one-yard line, Wilson's final attempt for Moore in the back of the end zone was tipped by safety Jahleel Addae and fell incomplete to cap off the game.
Despite those issues on the defensive side, it comes back to the play of the quarterback as usual. The Seahawks finished with 154 yards rushing, but starter Chris Carson didn't play the final 2 ½ quarters due to a lingering hip injury.
The way Pete Carroll explained it, the Seahawks really didn't have a hard decision to make on what to do next after they scored late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's defeat to cut the Chargers' lead to 25-17 with 1:50 left. Given the volume the Seattle passing game saw, Wilson could have had an even bigger fantasy day with more explosiveness.
"We got behind the sticks today and it hasn't happened for about a month now". Seattle had won four of five following a 0-2 start.
"We had a chance to win a game that's right there for us", Seattle coach Pete Carroll said. Wilson hit Nick Vannett on a 6-yard TD with 1:50 remaining to cut the Chargers' lead to one score. A completed pass here or a properly executed block there could have made the difference.
It wasn't until midway through the fourth quarter, but Frank Clark finally got to Philip Rivers. Wilson scrambled for 16 yards to the Chargers 28 and, after a spike, Seattle had 30 seconds left.
"It was really close".
"We love the spirit that he stood for", Carroll said.