NFL Week 1 Grade: Seahawks get ‘A’ to let Russell Wilson cook, Cowboys earn ‘B’ despite losses

NFL Week 1 Grade: Seahawks get 'A' to let Russell Wilson cook, Cowboys earn 'B' despite losses

Seahawks Fans tried to persuade Seattle’s coaching staff to “Let’s Rush Cook”, and based on Sunday’s opener in Atlanta, it looks like the team has finally decided to allow Russell Wilson In the kitchen.

The “Let’s Rush Cook” mantra began Because Wilson and the Seattle fanbase The quarterback was supposed to throw more this year, and that’s exactly what happened Falcons A 38-25 win during the Seahawks.

Wilson had one of the most impressive games of his career, 31 of 35 for 322 yards and four touchdowns. With Wilson’s hands warm, the Seahawks did something they almost never did, basically leaving only when they finished the game with 20 carry, which is significant because the Seahawks Never Leave on the run. The win against Atlanta marked the fourth time in Wilson’s career that the Seahawks had played a game 20 or less times in a ball where he had thrown it 35 times or more.

Although the Seahawks did not run the ball, they used their running backs, calling for plenty of screen plays. In fact, running backwards Chris Carson Really caught two of Wilson’s four touchdown passes, including a 19-yard touchdown at the end of the first quarter.

Overall, Carson caught 6 passes for 45 yards in which he also faced 21 rushing yards.

Speaking of Wilson, the amazing thing about his performance is that if you don’t count his wounds DK Metcalf, It was really a perfect game. Yet he was only 4 of 8 targeting Metcalfe, 27 of 27 for 227 yards and three touchdowns targeting everyone else. Of course, that doesn’t mean the Metcalf-Wilson connection wasn’t working. The Seahawks second-year receiver actually caught a 38-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter that gave Seattle a 21-12 lead.

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For the past few years, the Seahawks have been running their own offense like a power-running team, with a game manager for quarterbacks, but the reality of the situation is that they have the best quarterbacks in the NFL. If they let him spend more time in the kitchen this season so he can continue cooking, the Seahawks will quickly become a favorite to win at NFC West.

Seattle 38-25 Atlanta

Buffalo over NY 27-17 Jets

Chicago Detroit 27-23

Green Bay 43-34 over Minnesota

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New England 21-11 over Miami

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Washington 27-17 over Philadelphia

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34-30 from Las Vegas Carolina

Jacksonville 27-20 over Indianapolis

Baltimore 38-6 over Cleveland

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LA Chargers 16-13 over Cincinnati

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34-23 over New Orleans Tampa Bay

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24-28 from San Francisco to Arizona

L.A. over Dallas. Rams 20-17

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