On offense, I saw one stud and a quartet of honorable mentions
My honorable mentions are the two guys who scored Seattle's first and last touchdowns. Yes, I'm sure a lot of 12s would say they were the studs. As I've often argued myself: scoreboard. I get it, and I wouldn't argue your point. Yes, Jake Bobo made a great play, cutting inside on the designed sweep to put Seattle on the board first. Other than that, he had two catches. Yes, he was great, but other players did more. I'd argue the same for Jaxon Smith-Njigba. Yes, I know, I know, it was only the winning score. But as he said himself, Geno Smith threw the ball, and without DK Metcalf's block, he wouldn't have gotten in. Listen, they both made exceptional plays, and made the most of their opportunities.
My other two honorable mentions are Seahawks running backs Kenneth Walker III and Zach Charbonnet. Neither had many carries; Walker had 8 for 66 yards, Charbonnet 5 for 53. But it was Walker's 45-yard run on the Hawks first drive that put them in the red zone for Bobo's eventual score. And Charbonnet was more than just a change of pace back, or a breather for Walker. He had two runs over 20 yards himself. The Hawks duo combined for 119 yards rushing. The balance they provided the offense was just as important as the offensive line in limiting the Browns defense to just one sack on the day.
My stud for the offense is the reliable one himself, Tyler Lockett. On the first Seahawks drive, he caught three balls for 30 yards and two first downs. On the Hawks second drive, Smith connected with Lockett twice for 29 yards. That accounted for another first down and the aforementioned touchdown pass of beauty. For once, Lockett didn't have to catch the ball a millimeter above the turf or drop his toes two microns from the sideline. Just an easy catch for a 14-0 Seahawks lead. He caught three more balls for 22 yards in all, including the first catch of the game-winning drive. Overall, Lockett led Seattle with 8 catches on 9 targets for 81 points and the touchdown.