5 players the Seahawks need to play well to beat Colts

5 players the Seahawks need to play well to beat Colts

Tight ends like Travis Kelce and George Kittle put the rest in the game to shame, which is probably why the Seahawks have an eye out for a skilled pass-catching tight end to open their offense. Greg Olsen would have been perfect about 10 years ago, but in the wake of his departure, the Seahawks snagged an interesting alternative from the Los Angeles Rams in Gerald Everett.
What makes Everett crucial this season is the former Ram that accompanied him to Seattle: Seahawks offending planner Shane Waldron.
Waldrons West Coast offense is set to break the Seahawks offense broad open, and with a 2 tight end risk in Everett and Dissly, Wilson has enhanced blocking and passing depending on the play.
It might be the very first glance of a Wilson offense that sizzles all season if Everett pops off in Indianapolis.

Beating the Indianapolis Colts will be a group effort, but here are 5 popular Seahawks gamers who might serve a significant function in a win for Seattle.

For their season best, the Seattle Seahawks will be traveling to Lucas Oil Stadium in hopes of notching their first win of the year against the Indianapolis Colts.
While the Seahawks completed the 2020 season 12-4 and took the NFC West title, the Colts finished one win behind at 11-5 with 2nd location in the AFC South. Both groups lost in the preliminary of the playoffs, yet both enter this season as strong playoff competitors.
The Seahawks have actually preserved essential beginners like Russell Wilson, Bobby Wagner, Jamal Adams and the D.K. Metcalf/Tyler Lockett set, all while attempting to restore defensive deficiencies in the offseason. The Colts have had a significant overhaul at quarterback with the addition of Carson Wentz, whose pairing with broad Michael Pittman Jr. could be as threatening as Philip Rivers pairing with Pittman was last season.
Here are five players the Seahawks need in order to knock out a win in Week 1.

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON– AUGUST 28: Gerald Everett # 81 of the Seattle Seahawks searches in the second quarter during the NFL preseason game versus the Los Angeles Chargers at Lumen Field on August 28, 2021 in Seattle, Washington. (Image by Abbie Parr/Getty Images).

Gerald Everett Tight End, Seattle Seahawks.