Russell Wilson emotional in postgame interview on Paul Allen night

Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin.
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Russell Wilson has helped guide the Seahawks to a strong start, throwing eight touchdowns and no interceptions.

Wilson was spectacular for the entire game, flirting with a ideal game all night.

Wilson was 17 of 23 for 268 and four touchdowns, and rushed for another 32 yards.

Goff finished 29 of 49 for 395 yards and one touchdown just days after throwing for a career-high 517 yards and tying an National Football League record with 45 completions in a loss to Tampa Bay.

Wilson's scramble then pass to Tyler Lockett who BARELY got two feet down in the end zone was insane to see. It was an fantastic throw and an unbelievable catch. Allen's sister, Jody, raised the "12 Flag" above the stadium prior to kickoff, wearing a Seahawks jersey. And they proved they were capable of doing just that by driving down the field for a touchdown right before the half. Pete Carroll decided not to go for it and Jason Myers missed a field goal.

In fairness the Rams haven't got things clicking so far despite their record and road Jared Goff is generally not great.

Rams coach Sean McVay finally got running back Todd Gurley into something resembling an early rhythm.

This was a good evening for all Seattle pass catchers: receivers D.K. Metcalf and David Moore each made it into the end zone and tight end Will Dissly led the team in receiving.

On the next drive, Carson dominated.

On a second and goal, Wilson faked out the linebacker who thought Wilson was going to run and threw a touch pass touchdown to a wide-open Chris Carson.

On the next drive, Tedric Thompson picked off Goff an on awesome catch on third down that seemingly and should have ended the game.

He also has 6.0 sacks, two forced fumbles, and one pass deflection.

Last season, Ebukam starred in the Rams' 54-51 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on "Monday Night Football".

Wilson is off to a torrid start as the Seahawks are now 4-1 to open the year. However, it was Everett who was targeted 11 times and led the team in receiving with seven catches for 136 yards.

He suffered a broken jaw on Thursday night against the Seattle Seahawks. "Being able to pick his brain is something I'm going to take advantage of".

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