MINNEAPOLIS — Pete Carroll needed the Seattle Seahawks to run the ball higher late in video games, one thing that might have helped them shut out a win over the Tennessee Titans final week as a substitute of blowing a 14-point fourth-quarter lead.
Carroll’s Seahawks are losing no time getting their run sport going Sunday. Chris Carson’s 30-yard landing run on the 11:19 mark of the second quarter gave the Seahawks 90 dashing yards on 14 makes an attempt (6.4 common) — and it prolonged their lead over the Minnesota Vikings.
Carson bursted by means of an enormous gap on the left facet and acquired a block from receiver DK Metcalf as he raced untouched to the tip zone. Based on ESPN Stats & Info, that was Carson’s second-most yards earlier than contract of any rush of his profession behind his 57 yards earlier than contact on a 61-yard run in opposition to the Arizona Cardinals in 2018.
Minnesota then responded with a landing drive to chop Seattle’s result in 17-14.