For Pete’s sake: These Seahawks put Seattle in the playoffs
Quandre Diggs saved the game and the Seahawks season
I don’t think anyone would say this was the best season Quandre Diggs has played. That’s only because virtually every season he’s played with the Seahawks has been his best. Yes, he’s dropped a few sure interceptions this season, and missed a few more tackles than we’re used to seeing from him. But he’s also coming off surgery from injuries that could have ended his career, and playing without teammate Jamal Adams. I think we can give the man who made his third straight Pro Bowl a little slack.
Despite the fact that Diggs has now made at least three picks in the past six seasons, he’s never had a bigger interception than the one he made in overtime vs the Rams. I mean, even the NFL says he covered an insane amount of ground to make the play. Go ahead, watch his brilliant play again. Watch it a dozen times; we’ll be here when you get back. See, wasn’t that amazing? If there was one play that saved the season, it was this beautiful interception by Quandre Diggs.
From here, Seattle visits San Francisco to extend their season. That won’t be an easy task, to be sure. The Niners handed the Hawks their worst defeat of the season in week two and won again just four weeks ago. Still, I like our chances. Without the play of Diggs, Myers, and Walker, the Hawks wouldn’t even be in the game.