4. It was a mixed bag for the offense.
For one thing, the Seahawks’ offense was spectacular for much of the game, recording 34 points, 572 yards and 33 first downs. But on the other hand, a team and quarterback who are generally so good at taking care of the ball had three costly turnovers, including an overtime interception that led to the Cardinals’ winning basket.
The Seahawks totaled 377 yards and 19 first downs in the first half alone, averaging 10.5 per game before half-time, and Michael Dickson did not kick in the first half and did launched only three times in the game.
Wilson had three interceptions for the first time since 2017, but he also recorded monster numbers, totaling 388 yards and three touchdowns, giving him 22 this season, tied with Peyton Manning in 2013 for the most in the first six games. ‘a quarterback.
Wilson also had his best running performance in years, totaling 84 yards on six carries, his fastest yards since having 92 against the Rams in Week 10 of the 2018 season.
Wilson was particularly impressive in the first half, throwing 277 yards and rushing for 64, making him the first player since Michael Vick in 2010 to have over 250 assists and over 55 on the ground in a half.