The Seattle Seahawks had little trouble dispatching the New York Jets at home in Week 10, winning by a score of 28-7.
In fact, if not for a 21-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Muhammad Wilkerson in the first quarter, the Jets would have been shut out completely.
Mark Sanchez suffered through another miserable game, completing just nine of 22 passes for 124 yards with zero touchdowns and one interception, while the Jets only managed to rush for 84 yards the entire game.
Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson led a balanced attack for the Seahawks. He needed just 19 attempts to pass for 188 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions.
Marshawn Lynch had a banner day for the home team, rushing for 124 yards and one touchdown on 27 carries, and the Seahawks ended up doubling the Jets yardage total on the day.
Golden Tate was the MVP of the game for the Seahawks. He caught both of Wilson's touchdown passes and threw for another—a 23-yard strike to Sidney Rice in the fourth quarter that sealed the victory for good.
The Jets fell to 3-6 on the season and will travel to face the St. Louis Rams in Week 11, while the Seahawks improved to 6-4 and will take next week off on their bye.
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