Instant analysis of Seattle's 30-16 loss to Baltimore

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Instant analysis of Seattle's 30-16 loss to Baltimore
Instant analysis of Seattle's 30-16 loss to Baltimore

Although it wasn't quite the shootout many fans were expecting, the contest between the Seahawks and Ravens was still a close battle — until Baltimore pulled away in the fourth quarter and defeated Seattle, 30-16. The Seahawks are now 5-2 on the season. Russell Wilson was uncharacteristically off, completing less than 50 percent of his passes for the first time in a game since 2015. He finished 20-for-41 with 241 yards and a touchdown, along with his first interception of the season — a pick-six to Marcus Peters, who was playing in his first game with the Ravens after a trade earlier in the week. Baltimore's blitz-heavy defense forced Wilson into a lot of quick passes, and he frequently opted

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