Seattle (AP) —Russell Wilson throws four touchdown passes to achieve 36 new career highs in the season, then breaks in the fourth quarter to bring Seattle Seahawks to Jets’ 40-3 route on Sunday. I guided you.
Seattle (9-4) rebounded as expected after losing to the Giants last week and having a surprisingly poor offensive performance. They stayed above the Los Angeles Rams (9-4), who defeated the Patriots (6-7) on Thursday, and the NFC West.
Wilson threw a touchdown to Freddie Swain and DK Met Calf in the first half and added a touchdown toss to Wilson Lee and David Moore in the third quarter. 5th game of the season with at least 4 touchdown passes. His previous career high on the touchdown pass came in 2018.
Met Calf commanded a television broadcast camera as part of the celebration after scoring a five-yard scoring pass in the second quarter of the tenth season.
Wilson finished 21 out of 27 yards at 206 yards, checked out in the second half of the third quarter and gave way to former Jets quarterback Geno Smith in his first action since joining Seattle last season. Wilson’s only mistake was a forced throw in the first half that Jets Marcus May caught for a great juggling passcut.
Wilson has played all the snaps of the last 49 games in Seattle. The last time he wasn’t at the center was in the 15th week of 2017, when Seattle lost to Rams 42-7. It was a rare explosion for Seattle. The Seahawks have won more than 14 points in the last two seasons. “We took on the challenge and kept bowing to stay focused on what we had to do and what we did,” Wilson said. “Today was a wonderful day.”
For Jets, it was another miserable day of their unforgettable season. A few days after dismissing defense coordinator Greg Williams after collapsing at the end of last week’s defeat in Las Vegas, Jets (0-13) resisted defense and attacked after losing 13 consecutive franchise games. Showed little excitement for.
And even when Jets had a chance to score, kicker Sergio Castillo struggled. After converting the 45-yard attempt on Jets’ opening drive, Castillo missed the 37, 41, and 43-yard attempts in the first half. Quarterback Sam Darnold was 14 of 26 at 132 yards.
“This quickly left us. When we have a chance to play against such a team, we need to take advantage of them, or what will happen to the results,” said Adam Jets. Gace said.
Almost the only illustrious spot for Jets, they extended their opening drive scoring streak for seven consecutive games. This is the longest active streak in the NFL and the longest in franchise history.
Jets has become the ninth team since the merger of the AFL and NFL, starting the season with 13 consecutive losses. Three of those teams had a non-winning season.
“Lost is not fun. We just need to get better,” Darnold said.
Seattle’s Jamal Adams, former Jets Safety, set most sack records in a single-season defensive back and broke the previous eight marks by Adrian Wilson in 2005. There was a loss in the second quarter and it will be 8 1/2 this season.
“I’m trying to smash it to be real with you,” Adams said. “This is just the beginning.”
After the match, Adams spent a considerable amount of time hugging and shaking hands with former Jets teammates and coaches, including Gase.
“When I meet a lot of people, I miss them and I get a lot of memories back,” Adams said. “This is bigger than football. It goes back to just a relationship.”
Jets will be back on the west coast next Sunday to confront Rams.
The Seahawks will make the final of next week’s East Coast trip and will travel to play in Washington (6-7) on Sunday.
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Russell Wilson throws four touchdowns in three quarters to beat Jets
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