Caption Close RENTON — Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson looked like a surgeon dissecting the Steelers' defense on Sunday. The Pro Bowler found his pass catchers all over the field, running the full gauntlet of routes — slants, outs, bubble screens, quick seams and more. The ball left his hand in the blink of an eye, in tight spirals with pin-point accuracy. And the final result? One of the best passing days of his career. A master's work. To head coach Pete Carroll, it was the latest example of his franchise quarterback's seemingly never-ending improvement. "It's hard to imagine that someone can keep getting better when you're in Year 8," Carroll said Monday of Wilson. "How can that happen?
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