Seahawks rebound with 40-3 demolition of Jets

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The Seahwks were not happy with the way they played in last Sunday’s loss to the Giants.

They’ll be much happier with the way they played this Sunday. They scored on their first drive of the game and kept adding points even after Russell Wilson and most of the other starters were pulled from the game. Their defense didn’t allow any points after the first quarter and the result was a 40-3 rout of the Jets.

Wilson threw four touchdowns to four different receivers before being replaced by former Jets starter Geno Smith in the third quarter. That pushes him up to 36 touchdown passes on the season and he remains second in the league behind Aaron Rodgers.

The Seahawks also got 27 carries for 142 yards from the Chris Carson/Carlos Hyde duo in what was a much better offensive performance than they managed a week ago. The caveat will obviously be that it came against the 0-13 Jets, but it is a much better place for the offense to be as they prepare for a Week 15 trip to Washington.

The defense can also feel good about itself. Jamal Adams had a sack and now has an NFL record for defensive backs with 8.5 sacks on the year. He and another former Jet Damon Harrison combined to force a fumble and the Jets only managed 185 yards for the game.

It was a step in the wrong direction after the Jets came as close as they’ve been all year to a win last Sunday. The Seahawks will be hoping that they find something better in the next few days because Week 15 brings a trip to Los Angeles to face the first-place Rams.

20 responses to “Seahawks rebound with 40-3 demolition of Jets

  1. Jamal Adams…lmao

    Any team can blitz any Safety at any time to generate a sack.

    How this is special to Adams is mindboggling.

  2. When Geno Smith is coming in to finish you off in the middle of the 3rd quarter you know its.

    If any safety can blitz, how come none of them have ever had more than 8 sacks in a season. Adams did it while missing 4 games and still has a couple left to add to that total.

  3. Any team can blitz any Safety at any time to generate a sack.

    How this is special to Adams is mindboggling.

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    It’s an NFL record. If any team could have done it, why didn’t ever happen before?

  4. touchback6 says:
    December 13, 2020 at 7:01 pm
    Jamal Adams…lmao

    Any team can blitz any Safety at any time to generate a sack.

    How this is special to Adams is mindboggling.

    ———————

    You have a bright future as a D coordinator, obviously

  5. cancerman2020 says:
    December 13, 2020 at 7:20 pm
    Any team can blitz any Safety at any time to generate a sack.

    How this is special to Adams is mindboggling.

    ———-

    It’s an NFL record. If any team could have done it, why didn’t ever happen before?

    3 2 Rate This

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    He plays like a linebacker. Nunerous OLBs have had 20+ sacks in a season.

    There is no “record”. I have no idea what yoy’re even talking about with this mystery “nfl record”.

  6. hellooooooooooobrooklyn says:
    December 13, 2020 at 7:32 pm
    touchback6 says:
    December 13, 2020 at 7:01 pm
    Jamal Adams…lmao

    Any team can blitz any Safety at any time to generate a sack.

    How this is special to Adams is mindboggling.

    ———————

    You have a bright future as a D coordinator, obviously

    1 3 Rate This

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    umm, seattle’s d is pretty bad. Newton dusted him for 4 and 130 to Edelman on one leg. He can’t cover. He is terrilble so he gets paid to play a Rover.

    Rovers don’t cost 2 1st rd picks and 20 mil per. Get it? The game is more than getting a a sack in a game against bad teams.

    He couldn’t cover a dead otter in a napsack.

  7. Gase studies his play sheet on the sidelines like he’s studying for the SATs. If he looked up once in a while he might see the horror on the field that the rest of us see.

  8. touchback6 says:
    December 13, 2020 at 7:34 pm
    cancerman2020 says:
    December 13, 2020 at 7:20 pm
    Any team can blitz any Safety at any time to generate a sack.

    How this is special to Adams is mindboggling.

    ———-

    It’s an NFL record. If any team could have done it, why didn’t ever happen before?

    3 2 Rate This

    —————

    He plays like a linebacker. Nunerous OLBs have had 20+ sacks in a season.

    There is no “record”. I have no idea what yoy’re even talking about with this mystery “nfl record”.

    5 27 Rate This
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    a) name all the “numerous” OLB’s that have had 20 + sacks in a season
    b) Adams set the record for most sacks by a DB in a season, with 8.5 (with 3 games left and 4 games that he missed)
    c) Adams not only blitzes but also can tackle and cover (though not greatly)

  9. touchback6 says:
    December 13, 2020 at 7:49 pm
    hellooooooooooobrooklyn says:
    December 13, 2020 at 7:32 pm
    touchback6 says:
    December 13, 2020 at 7:01 pm
    Jamal Adams…lmao

    Any team can blitz any Safety at any time to generate a sack.

    How this is special to Adams is mindboggling.

    ———————

    You have a bright future as a D coordinator, obviously

    1 3 Rate This

    ——————

    umm, seattle’s d is pretty bad. Newton dusted him for 4 and 130 to Edelman on one leg. He can’t cover. He is terrilble so he gets paid to play a Rover.

    Rovers don’t cost 2 1st rd picks and 20 mil per. Get it? The game is more than getting a a sack in a game against bad teams.

    He couldn’t cover a dead otter in a napsack.

    5 9 Rate This
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    don’t know if you noticed, but seattle’s D, post Buffalo has allowed 21, 17, 17, and 3 points
    and Adams isn’t there to cover. They have Quandre Diggs and Ryan Neal for a reason

  10. Next week every Seahawks fan becomes a Jets fan, provided we first somehow get a win over the Washington Team of Football on the road!

  11. I loved it in the playoffs last year when the Packers earned the game-sealing 1st down and Carroll threw a tantrum like a 2 year old whose mom wouldn’t buy him that candy at the store.

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