Seahawks’ Russell Wilson responds to pick-6 with TD pass to Tyler Lockett vs Patriots
Things got off to a rough start for Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who was saddled with a pick-six on the opening drive against the Patriots due to a pass tight end Greg Olsen failed to catch. Russ regrouped in the following series. Wilson capped a 13-play, 75-yard drive by threading the needle to wide receiver Tyler Lockett in the end zone, via NFL Twitter
— NFL (@NFL) September 21, 2020
It comes as no surprise to see Russell Wilson respond in ideal fashion on primetime to even the score at seven. He is coming off a stellar performance in the 2020 NFL season opener that saw him complete 31-of-35 passes for 322 yards and four touchdowns. Despite a slight hiccup, he appears to have found his footing.
Meanwhile, Lockett remains as the No. 1 option for Russell Wilson in the passing game. With wide receiver D.K. Metcalf serving as a viable complementary option on the other side, the Patriots’ secondary led by Stephon Gilmore should have their work cut out trying to contain them.
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