Dec 20, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) talks with Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) following a 30-13 Seattle victory at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports
Player of the Game: Russell Wilson
Not too shabby for a quarterback that “isn’t elite”. This offense cannot do what it does without Wilson under center. Despite going deep in the depth chart for running backs, the Seattle offense didn’t miss a beat. He finished 21/30 for 249 yards, three scores, and no interceptions. The way he extended plays with his feet and guided an injury riddled offense earned him the honors today.
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Play of the Game: Tyler Lockett’s 27 yard Touchdown
In a play that highlighted the Browns secondary woes, Lockett beat defensive back Johnson Bademosi on a wheel route for a score on the first play of the fourth quarter. Lockett, a third rounder, has provided the Seahawks with a spark to complement Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse. It was also a perfectly thrown ball that lead Lockett away from Bademosi and into the end zone.
Under the Radar Player of the Game: Seattle’s Running Backs
No Marshawn Lynch or Thomas Rawls was no problem, apparently. Derrick Coleman opened as the lead back, but Christine Michael, Bryce Brown, and Fred Jackson made an impact for this team. Michael in particular looked great, showing the type of potential Seattle thought they drafted in the second round a few years ago.
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