While new Seahawks wide receiver Josh Gordon has gotten a lot of love for his two third down catches during last week's 27-24 overtime win over the San Francisco 49ers, another recent acquisition also made his mark. Safety Quandre Diggs made his Seahawks debut and played in the back end of the Seattle secondary along with Bradley McDougald. The duo had what head coach Pete Carroll described as the best safety play the team has seen all year. Diggs had some big hits to go along with two tackles, a pass defense and an interception that set up a Russell Wilson touchdown pass to tight end Jacob Hollister. How does Diggs make the defense so much better? Jake Heaps of Tom, Jake and Stacy said Diggs'
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