Carson, who scored the team’s first touchdown on a 1-yard run, was injured in the second quarter on a hard hit to the facemask by Elandon Roberts. Roberts forced a fumble that Ethan Pocic recovered for the Seahawks.
Carson is being evaluated for a concussion.
The Dolphins cut the Seahawks’ lead to 10-9 with 24 seconds left in the first half. It was too much time for Seattle.
Russell Wilson it David Moore for a 57-yard gain to the Miami 7, and with three seconds left, he found backup running back Travis Homer for a 3-yard touchdown and a 17-9 halftime lead. (It begs the question why the Dolphins didn’t grab the receivers and hold them on the play, which likely would have forced the Seahawks to kick a field goal considering the time on the clock.)
The Seahawks also reached the Miami 36 and 18 on two other drives in the first half. They settled for a 55-yard field goal by Jason Myers on the first and turned it over on downs on the other when Wilson was sacked by Emmanuel Ogbah.
Wilson is 17-for-23 for 231 yards and one touchdown. He entered with 14 touchdown passes in the first three games, including back-to-back games with five.
The Dolphins have 201 yards but have settled for Jason Sanders field goals of 41, 29 and 45.
Chris Carson injured as Seahawks hold 17-9 halftime lead originally appeared on Pro Football Talk