Seahawks vs Ravens: 5 takeaways from Seattle’s blowout win

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Dec 13, 2015; Baltimore, MD, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) leads the offense against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

3. The offensive line was… good!

It feels like we’ve spent much of the lat three season complaining about the offensive line. Even when they dominated as run blockers, they failed horribly in pass protection.

This season has been even worse. The line was arguably the worst in the entire NFL in the first half of the season.

Then things began to change. The line started to come together once Patrick Lewis was inserted into the lineup as the team’s starting center. They have been getting better each week, but “better” isn’t strong enough to describe the performance on Sunday.

The line was dominant. They gave Wilson all day to throw. He looked extremely comfortable in the pocket, and with good reason.

Keep in mind that the Ravens defense is legit. They came into the game in the top 10 in both yards per run and yards per pass.

And yet they couldn’t get pressure on Wilson. There were no sacks to go along with no penalties on any of the linemen.

When Seattle’s line plays this well, the Seahawks cannot be stopped.

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