Your Seattle Seahawks are off to a 4-0 start for only the second time in franchise history. From Week 1 in Atlanta to last Sunday in Miami, the Seahawks' offense has been cooking. They've scored over 30 points in each game and are second in the league at 35.5 points per contest. As we surpass the quarter-mark of the season, it's time to give out awards in our Quarterly Honor Roll fueled by Gatorade.
Let's take a look at the categories and candidates and you can cast your votes.
The second-year receiver has continued his ascension, totaling four catches and topping 90 yards in each game this season. He's consistently been the best receiver on the team and already has impressive chemistry with Russ.
Now in Year 9, Wagner has shown no signs of slowing down. He leads the team with 38 total tackles and also has four passes defensed (tied for second on the team).
What else can be said about Russ? He has a league-record 16 passing touchdowns through four games and is well on his way to receiving the first league MVP votes of his career.
Russell Wilson finds DK Metcalf on fourth-down
Ahead 14-12 early in the third quarter and within field goal range, Pete Carroll made the call to go for it on fourth down. Instead of just trying to get the five yards, Russ decided to go for it all, as DK got behind the defense for his first touchdown of the season.
David Moore stays inbounds for TD
We've seen a number of insane touchdown grabs this season, but this one from David Moore stands out above all. Getting his right foot down inbounds after kicking the pylon was truly a work of art.
Goal line stand vs. Patriots
The defense has had multiple game-saving plays this season, but this one was a total team effort. Cam Newton had his way at the goal line all night until L.J. Collier, Lano Hill and the Seahawks stuffed him when it mattered most.
Marquise Blair's unfortunate injury thrust Amadi into the starting nickel role and he hasn't looked back. He has 19 tackles and sits tied for second on the team with four passes defensed.
Pete Carroll has raved about Dickson all season. He won NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for Week 2 after placing all four of his punts inside the 20 against the Patriots.
There was plenty of speculation this offseason that the Seahawks needed to add another receiver behind Metcalf and Lockett. Instead, Moore has emerged as the perfect complement to those two. Moore has 10 catches on 11 targets through four games and has already matched his touchdown total from last season (two).
Between his tackling, pass rushing and coverage, Adams has been one of the best defensive players in the league all season. He has a team-leading two sacks and three tackles for loss (tied with Alton Robinson) despite missing a game.
Olsen worked out extensively with Russ this offseason, and it's clearly paying off so far. With 14 receptions and a touchdown through four games, Olsen is leading the way for the Seahawks' loaded tight end group.
Shell, who came over from the New York Jets like Adams, has shored up the Seahawks' offensive line in 2020. Starting all four games at right tackle, has allowed just two sacks this season, per PFF.
Bonus Award: Most Swag
Quandre Diggs' pregame outfit
This silky outfit is something few people in the world can pull off. Diggs is one of those people.
Pete Carroll's "Coach The Vote" shoes
Over the past two weeks, Carroll has rocked shoes promoting “Coach the Vote.” With the election less than one month away, Carroll is doing his part to encourage you to make your voice heard – and he's doing it while wearing some sweet kicks.
Jamal Adams' pregame outfit
Similar to his fellow safety, Adams pulled off this lively sweater prior to our Week 2 game. Our safeties definitely know how to make a bold fashion statement.