The Seattle Seahawks were able to improve their record to 4-0 after they took care of the Miami Dolphins last week.
Russell Wilson had another solid performance as he threw for 360 yards with two touchdowns through the air and threw an interception. D.K. Metcalf went over a hundred yards as he averaged 26.4 yards per catch, while added David Moore three catches for 95 yards, and a touchdown.
“We’re going to continue to look for those opportunities because we believe in our guys that they can pull it off and Russell can pull it together,” said Pete Carroll via Brandon Gustafson of 710Sports.com. … I like the attitude, too. I always like going for it. We won’t do it all the time. We’ll do it when the time is right and when it fits the situation, hopefully.”
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The Seahawks will face the Minnesota Viking on Sunday Night on NBC, but they will be without Pro Bowl Safety Jamal Adams, who will miss his second straight game with a groining injury, according to Seahawks.com’s Nathan Rauschenberg.
“It’s why I made the declaration for him early, so we’re not hanging with it during the week,” Carroll said via Seahawks reporter John Boyle. “We want to make sure to get him right. That was just so he can get really focused on the work—he’s applying himself to his rehab like he does on the football field, so he’s really going for it, and he’s going to be ready the next turn, just not this one.”
Adams isn’t the only player on the Seahawks who is ailing. Here’s the latest from their injury report:
- S Lano Hill is still dealing with a back injury and did not participate in practice on Friday. He is questionable for Sunday’s game. “He has not been able to make the turn,” Carroll said. “He’s got some issues he’s dealing with that seems to be in a pattern where it’s not changing much, so we’re concerned about him getting right.”
- LB Jordyn Brooks is still dealing with his knee, that he suffered in week two against the Patriots, and did not participate in Friday’s practice. He is making progress, according to Pete Carroll.
- RB Carlos Hyde shoulder injury limited his participation in Friday’s practice, and is questionable for Sunday’s matchup with the Vikings. He missed last week’s game with a shoulder injury and could miss this week as well, but he is listed as questionable.
- G Mike Iupati is dealing with knee and back injuries. He was limited in Friday’s practice, but according to coach Carroll “Mike came back today and felt OK,” Carroll said via John Boyle of Seahawks.com. “We took care of them today, but he just had some lower back spasms or something that jumped up and resolved real quickly.”
- CB Quinton Dunbar knee limited in practice on Friday, but coach Carroll said he looked good in Thursday’s practice. There is a good chance he suits up on Sunday.