The Seahawks wasted little time getting out to a lead against Washington on Monday, taking the opening kickoff and driving 65 yards in six plays. The drive culminated with a 15-yard pass from Russell Wilson to Jermaine Kearse (video here) with 12:44 to go in the first quarter. Photo below by John Lo
Here are Seattle's inactive players for the Monday night game against Washington: CB Tharold Simon, RB Christine Michael, LB Kevin Pierre-Louis, OT Alvin Bailey, WR Kevin Norwood, TE Zach Miller and DL Greg Scruggs.
California won one of the league’s all-time wacko games, 60-59, over WSU, a game of preposterous performance that ended when a kicker fluffed a 19-yard field goal. It was Connor Halliday who threw for 734 yards and yet, it’s on Halliday that the number didn’t end at 736.
Not all of the steps on Seattle’s climb up the championship ladder proved equal. Some were bigger and more memorable than others. The Seahawks will tell you one of the most critical came against Washington in the stadium they will return to Monday night — FedEx Field in Landover, Md.