Seattle Seahawks @ Packers: 5 takeaways from Seattle’s 27-17 loss

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Sep 20, 2015; Green Bay, WI, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) passes against the Green Bay Packers during the second half at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

When Wilson gets time, Seattle’s offense is tough to stop

The biggest difference between Seattle’s awful 1st half and the two TD drives in the third quarter was that Wilson had time in the pocket. He was able to go through his progression and find the open receiver.

In the first half, and through the entire Week 1 game against the Rams, Wilson was running for his life the moment he got the ball. To combat that, the Seahawks had Wilson throwing quickly , which isn’t where he’s at his best.

This is why the development of Seattle’s offensive line is so important. As they improve, Seattle’s offense will become better and better.

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