All landmarks are notable
Week 6 at Pittsburgh
D.K. Metcalf is in the early stages of what looks to be a career that we will look back on in awe. But already after just two seasons in the NFL, Metcalf has 2,518 receiving yards to his credit. in 2020 he averaged just over 80 receiving yards per game, so week 6 could be the week for him to hit 3,000 receiving yards at the tender age of just 23.
This is another one that could come a week earlier or a week later, but sometime around this stage of the season Metcalf will reach 3,000 and move himself to eleventh all time on the Seahawks receiving charts.
Week 7 v New Orleans
This looks like a quiet week in terms of Seahawks reaching milestones, D.K.Metcalf could be a week later in reaching his number though so the home fans may be able to share that achievement with him.
Week 8 v Jacksonville
The next one is one of the lower-profile ones in this piece and most of the work was done as a non-Seahawk. But as I stated earlier, it is easy to underestimate the dedication, effort and supreme ability it takes to reach these levels of performance. We should not leave them unrecognized.
Jamal Adams starts his fifth season in the NFL and his second in Seattle on 360 career tackles, 271 of which have been solo tackles. So somewhere around this point of the season, maybe even earlier he is likely to go through both the 400 tackles and 300 solo tackle mark.
He will turn 26 four days before this game and he’s entering his prime playing years, so a nice birthday present for a guy who will certainly keep racking up the tackles for years to come.
Week 9 – Bye
Week 10 at Green Bay
It is so easy to forget that Chris Carson was a round 7 pick and went 249th in the 2017 draft. Plenty of the 248 that went before him in that draft would love to have emulated the performance levels Carson has delivered as an NFL player.
He comes into the 2021 season with 3,367 career rushing yards behind him. I may have put this in a week early, but wanted to ensure that Carson got his own section in this piece. He also starts the season on 4,146 scrimmage yards, so sometime between week 10 and week 13, he is likely to reach the 4,000 rushing yards and 5,000 scrimmage yards marks.
Where would the Seahawks have been without him over the last four seasons?