There wasn’t much to like about the Jets’ performance against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 14. Sam Darnold completed just 14-of-26 passes for 132 yards and Josh Adams rushed for 27 yards while Frank Gore chipped in with 23 on the ground. As for their receivers, Braxton Berrios finished with 49 receiving yards and Breshad Perriman could only muster 26 yards on the day.
This was an ugly game all-around for the Jets and this matchup seemed to set up well for Seattle after last week’s home loss to the Giants.
The biggest question coming into this game would be whether the Jets would get a boost from the firing of their defensive coordinator, Gregg Williams. But that was probably going to be negated by Jamal Adams who would’ve been equally as motivated to face his former team.
Seattle controlled the game from start to finish and even took it easy on the Jets when they replaced Russell Wilson in the fourth quarter with Geno Smith. Wilson had four touchdowns and completed 21-of-27 passes while Chris Carson finished with 76 rushing yards on 12 carries and also scored a touchdown. Carlos Hyde got the bulk of the carries with 15 rushing attempts and ended up with 66 yards on the ground.
Wilson completed passes to nine different targets as DK Metcalf and David Moore scored a touchdown each. Even Freddie Swain grabbed a touchdown of his own. You know it’s a good day for the offense when a receiver like Swain, who is sixth on the Seahawks depth chart, is also able to get involved in the scoring.
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