The Seahawks may have given up 30 points to the Ravens in a hard to swallow home loss on Sunday, but the scoring had little to do with the team's defense, thanks to two Seattle turnovers that resulted in 14 points for Baltimore. In fact, Seattle's defense – in particular the secondary – looked very good against quarterback Lamar Jackson and the Ravens. Jackson completed just nine of his 20 pass attempts, instead doing most of his damage in the running game. While drops were part of the reason Jackson's line was inefficient, it was also thanks to the play of cornerback Tre Flowers, who had his best game of the season on Sunday. “He played really good ball,” coach Pete Carroll said on Wednesday.
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