Turning point: 'D' allowed extensive drives
In a game that featured numerous big plays for big yardage, what led to Seattle's 30-20 win over the Vikings was being able to string together long drives – one in each quarter – against a beleaguered Vikings defense that created the turning point of the game. One thing the Vikings knew coming into Sunday's game was that Seattle and rookie quarterback Russell Wilson try to move the ball methodically, eating time off the clock with the running game and throwing short, safe passes to move the chains and sustain drives. Their performance Sunday was almost a textbook example of that philosophy. "You don't want teams putting together long drives," Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said. "… When people run the ball as well as they ran it today, that's the result of it. It's something we have to get fixed in a hurry. In a hurry." With the game tied 7-7 midway through the first quarter, the Seahawks used big...
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