Three and out: Notes from Seahawks Week 8 win over Giants

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Seahawks QB Geno Smith and the passing game is on fire

The let Geno cook is becoming a thing in Seattle, and why not? Let Geno Smith keep passing the ball to their talented wide receivers, Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf. Coming into this game, however, was a question mark for the Seahawks’ passing game as Tyler Lockett was nursing an injury, and DK Metcalf was reported to have suffered a patella injury early in Week 7. Luckily for the Seahawks, and thankfully for Tyler and DK, their injuries were not as serious as reported and they were able to suit up for this Week 8 clash against the Giants.

Geno was more than happy to see two of his pals play in this game as he was able to evenly distribute the ball between them. Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf each had a receiving touchdown in this game, and as mentioned their receiving yards were close as each finished with 63 and 55 yards, respectively. These two Seattle wideouts will be heavily relied upon by Geno, and hopefully, they can continue getting healthier to try and help out in the passing game.

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As their opponents try to stop Ken Walker and the Seahawks’ run game, Geno will have more opportunity to keep passing the ball over and keep opening up this offense. So far, so good for Geno Smith and this passing game, as Geno was able to find his receivers without turning the ball over.