Stud: Jake Bobo
Much like fellow rookie receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba, we saw the rise of Jake Bobo within the Seahawks offense in Week 7. The pair set a record for the team, as their first-half touchdowns marked the first game in Seahawks history that two rookies got into the end zone in the same game.
And they were both pretty incredible touchdowns, too.
Falling just behind Smith-Njigba on the stat sheet, Bobo recorded 4/5 receptions for 61 yards and a touchdown that will have many talking for weeks to come. But what made his performance stand out from his teammates was his noticeable success with blocking throughout the game.
Depending on how long Metcalf may be out for, it was the perfect time for Bobo to have a breakout game. He and Smith-Njigba settled some doubts that may have been lingering and proved they can be reliable in any given situation, a big feat to celebrate and something to be excited about as they prepare to take on the Browns next week.
And just for good measure, let's take a look at that touchdown once more.