Seattle Seahawks' Russell Wilson makes adjustment, then shreds the Pittsburgh Steelers' defense

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Seattle Seahawks' Russell Wilson makes adjustment, then shreds the Pittsburgh Steelers' defense
Seattle Seahawks' Russell Wilson makes adjustment, then shreds the Pittsburgh Steelers' defense

Seattle Seahawks' quarterback Russell Wilson was under siege during the first quarter of Sunday's game. The Pittsburgh Steelers' defense was overwhelming the Seahawks' offensive line, sacking Wilson four times - including on back-to-back plays in the first quarter - during the first half. The Seahawks adjusted by going uptempo, Wilson started throwing quick passes and found a rhythm during the Seahawks' 28-26 win. “What really changed was Russ was just getting rid of the football so fast and it was really hard for the (Steelers') rush to develop,” Seattle coach Pete Carroll told reporters Monday. “It was a combination of the timing, getting the ball out, and the protection being impeccable in

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