It’s a pivotal week for Seattle.
The Seahawks were thought to be a potential juggernaut after Week 1, but they stumbled in Week 2, falling 33-30 in overtime to Tennessee. After leading 24-9 at halftime, the Hawks were outscored 24-6 the rest of the way.
Seattle could have avoided overtime altogether had kicker Jason Myers connected on a PAT following a 68-yard touchdown from Russell Wilson to Freddie Swain. The big play put the Seahawks up 30-16, and Myers had the chance to increase their lead to 15 but missed the try.
It was the Derrick Henry show in the second half as he bulldozed the Seattle
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