Seattle Seahawks 4 Down Territory Week 4: The sacking of York

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Primetime, Monday Night, MetLife Stadium. The Seahawks' Pete Carroll era has been full of unmistakable moments, style, and attitude. It's also been about dominating in those three areas.

In the Seattle Seahawks 24-3 beat down of New York, Seattle continued to show out on Monday Night Football (13-4 under Pete Carroll in the primetime slot) and dominate defensively in the Meadowlands.

On Monday night, the Seahawks reminded us of former glorious moments in the ugly stadium. From picking off Fitzmagic 6 times, to shutting out Eli Manning and the Giants, to one of most dominant Super Bowl wins ever, the Seahawks clearly have a home away from home. 

Seattle Seahawks 1st Down: Jamal Adams can't catch a break

Monday night was a special night, and we have a lot of great stuff to talk about, but let's get the major bummer out of the way. After being out for 385 days, defensive weapon Jamal Adams was finally healthy and cleared to play in his return to New Jersey. While he looked explosive and dominant to start the game, Adams was only able to play 9 snaps, as a knee to the head from Daniel Jones ended his night abruptly with a concussion.

It was another shocking and sad moment for Adams as a Seahawk, but if it's a normal concussion (if there's really such a thing) then Jamal should be healthy and cleared for the road trip to Cincinnati in week 6. With Joe Burrow clearly not healthy and the Bengals O-line a mess, Adams could do some real damage while trying to help the Seahawks grab a 3rd straight road victory.