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Seahawks Use 2nd-Half Surge To Rout Colts 46-18

Seahawks Use 2nd-Half Surge To Rout Colts 46-18

Tight end Luke Willson #82 of the Seattle Seahawks spikes the ball as he celebrates his touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts in the fourth quarter of the game at CenturyLink Field on October 1, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. With injuries to Seattle RBs Thomas Rawls and CJ Prosise already hampering the Seahawks, the loss of Carson - as appears highly likely - will cause further concern.

Sherman's Seattle Seahawks teammate Chris Carson suffered a significant ankle injury on Sunday night. The Seahawks have 26 first-half points; the 10 against the Colts was the most this season. He also added 33-yards rushing on three carries.

"(Thorpe) asked me, 'So what are you going to do when you score?' I was like, 'I don't know, ' " Coleman said.

These two teams haven't met too often, with The Colts holding a 7-4 lead in all-time games played.

The running back's 30-yard TD run - on his first carry of the season - got the Seahawks, who were struggling against the woeful Colts, going for 36 points in the second half.

The Seahawks had other key injuries in Sunday night's win.

The 25-year-old offensive lineman was being looked at by medics in the locker room following the 46-18 win over the Colts.

"He did great pregame", Carroll said. "I've just got to be better", Brissett said. The bedraggled Colts, missing injured QB Andrew Luck, were up 15-10 and felt as if they had a decent chance for a major upset if they could survive what they figured would be an adrenalized second-half start by the embarrassed Seahawks.

"We'll take care of him tonight and do all the precautionary stuff", Carroll said. "You go and say, 'Oh man, this guy got hurt'".

"It wasn't really them; it's on us", defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins said of the latest rout.

"It's a tremendous thing (to contribute to the team), it's a huge thing for me", McKissic said, "but even if I didn't score tonight, I would still give it my all on special teams". "We have to learn how to find a way to finish". And sure enough, that bit them as Russell Wilson was brought down in the end zone for a safety, making it 3-2. Both players were effective against Indianapolis, as Lacy rushed for 52 yards on 11 carries while McKissic flashed his explosive athleticism in scoring a receiving and rushing touchdown.

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