They’re the closest thing we British Columbians have to a home team, and they’re pretty darn good… so, you better enjoy it.
Sunday’s affair have been over early, but it wasn’t short of offence. While the world expected Seattle to run wild over Jacksonville – which they did, at times, in a 42-17 victory in Week 3 – the Jags were still able to disturb the Seahawks’ force, en route to 17 points and a couple would-be-timely turnovers.
Seattle pivot Russell Wilson passed for 202 yards and four touchdowns. Wide receive Sidney Rice caught two TDs for Seattle. Meanwhile, Jacksonville running back Maurice Jones-Drew scored his first touchdown of the season for Jaguars.
With the win, Seattle moves to 3-0 and the top of the NFC West division. Jacksonville is in the running for next year’s No. 1 overall draft pick. They’re 0-3 in the AFC South.
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