The good, the bad and the ugly from Seahawks vs Broncos
By Almar Reyes
The Seahawks pulled out the upset in Week1 against the Broncos, in what may be one of the most shocking victories in Seattle in recent years, here are three takeaways from the matchup.
The Week 1 surprising victory by the Seattle Seahawks over the Denver Broncos gave us a ton of excitement. The return of Russell Wilson to Seattle after the offseason trade that brought him to Denver was the most anticipated game of the season, and the first Monday Night Football of this season did not disappoint.
Although almost no one gave the Seahawks a chance to win this game, the team was able to come out victorious in a game that will be talked about in years to come.
Let everyone celebrate this victory, not only because they were able to beat out Russ, but also because the Seahawks are the only NFC West team that was victorious in Week 1.
Some thoughts from the Seahawks Week 1 victory over the Broncos
There will be a ton of discussions with regards to this game especially the last offensive drive by the Broncos, but we are not going to dive into details with that. We are going to focus on the Seahawks’ side of the ball.
Amidst the victory, this team is still in the learning process, with the team having rookies play on the field for the very first time. This process takes time, cheers to them for being able to hold their own on the field. Even with their inexperience, Russ and the Broncos were not able to exploit it during the game.
Seattle can soak this one in, cherish it, but just like any other game, on to the next game they go. Before that, the team has to see what went right, and what went wrong for them during this game.