Stock Up, Stock Down for Seattle Seahawks After Week 3

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Stock Up, Stock Down for Seattle Seahawks After Week 3
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With an exciting Hail Mary pass that came with no time on the clock, the Seattle Seahawks edged out the Green Bay Packers 14-12 in front of a raucous crowd.

It was a back-and-forth game throughout the night, but Seattle was able to grab the win as rookie Russell Wilson lofted a touchdown pass to Golden Tate in the corner of the end zone to upset the Packers.

The defense looked spectacular for the majority of the game. It racked up eight sacks in the first half and kept Aaron Rodgers at bay during the first period.

The offense was another story.

It largely looked stagnant, and after subtracting two long touchdown passes, the 'Hawks only had 46 yards through the air.

But a win is a win, and that is crucial for a young team as it looks to continue improving.

Regardless of the officiating on Monday, the Seahawks sit at 2-1. There are both positives and negatives that were apparent throughout the game.

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