Jimmy Graham wins it for Seattle in dramatic fashion (41-38)

Seattle, WA- After a big and forth battle with the Houston Texans, Jimmy Graham was the hero that scored the go-ahead touchdown and got the victory for the Seahawks. With 1:49 seconds left in regulation, Russell Wilson took his team down the field to attempt to win the game. Wilson threw a 40-yard pass to Paul Richardson who somehow outjumped his defender to put his team in position to score.


The Texans’ secondary looked gassed and on the next play, Jimmy Graham caught an 18-yard touchdown that sealed the win for the Seahawks, which put them in a tie with the Rams for first place in their division.

Despite the loss, Rookie sensation DeShawn Watson has been improving each and every week. He torched the Seahawks’ secondary by throwing  402 yards on them and broke their streak of opponents scoring in the first quarter. Watson finished the game with 402 yards, 50 yards on the ground, threw 4 touchdowns, and threw 2 interceptions. He is the first player to have 19 touchdowns in his first seven games.

The storyline in this game was the offensive line that gave Wilson time in the pocket to deliver some nice balls to Paul Richardson, Doug Baldwin, and Jimmy Graham. Richardson and Graham had contributed to some of the touchdowns that were scored.

Russell has completed 26/41 for 452 yards, 1 interception, and 4 touchdowns. The 452 yards that he threw today was a career high for Wilson

After a monotonous win, there have been some rumors swirling around the Seattle office that Jimmy Graham could be traded in the next few days. He has not been the right fit for this organization and has struggled with catching balls and impacting the game like he once did. It would be interesting to see how this will pan out for Seattle.

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