Clark’s development key to Seahawks front 7

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Russell Wilson is on a perception-changing roll right now, averaging just under 300 yards and nearly 4 TD’s over his last three games, with no interceptions. The improved play of the offensive line means fewer mad scrambles, and analysts are taking note of his improved production from the pocket. Even perennial Wilson doubter Pete Prisco is saying nice things about him.

Is it a sign the Apocalypse is upon us, or a natural step in Wilson’s development that he couldn’t fully display until the guys in front of him started learning how to keep him off his back? Another game, on the road, against a well coached (even if out manned) team will give him a chance to add to that sample size.

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