4. Russell Wilson and the attack bounced back in the second half.
As the Rams worked on conflicting offenses all season, they challenged Seattle’s offense in the first half, limiting Seattle to just a few field goals, while firing Russell Wilson three times and only six firsts. discounts allowed.
In the second half, the Rams defense still made the Seattle attack work hard for his yard, but Wilson and the company were much more effective, starting with the first time in the first half, which saw David Moore for Won 45-yards, and later ended the ride with a 4-yard touchdown run.
Seattle’s offense put the game on the ice with an impressive nine-game 80-yard touchdown fourth quarter, which Wilson completed five of five passes for 59 yards, including a 13-touchdown for Jacob Hollister.
And although Wilson threw out an interception early in the game, it is noteworthy that the Seahawks did not transfer the ball in a tight, low point, something that was a big factor in the Week 10 loss to the Rams.