Good afternoon, 12s. Here's a look at what's out there today – Wednesday, September 20 – about your Seattle Seahawks.
Following a road win in Detroit where the Seahawks used their tight ends quite a lot, Will Dissly ranks high according to PFF.
In the win over Detroit the Seahawks' tight ends, collectively had 132 receiving yards. TE Will Dissly showed that he could do more than catch passes, by showing off his blocking skills to help out running backs Kenneth Walker III or Zach Charbonnet. After the game coach Pete Carroll talked about how important the tight ends were in the game.
"Huge, they were huge today. Great job of Shane (Waldron) calling the game, getting those guys open because they were running clean a lot, and really a fantastic part of the game plan."
Quarterback Geno Smith also reiterated how key the tight ends are for the Seahawks.
"I mean those guys are so important to the offense.They're pass-catchers, they can block in the pass and run-game and they make it hard on defenses. You don't know what we're going to do. We can line up with all three tight ends, we can run the ball or pass it and so, for those guys to continue to come up clutch and continue to be the driving force of this offense, we need those guys and I just enjoy having them out there because they're so dynamic, every single one of those guys can make a play at any given time and today you saw that."
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More From Around The Web
Corbin K. Smith of Sports Illustrated on the tight ends contributions in Week 2.
Adam Schultz of Sports Illustrated on Geno Smith being a leader.
Larry Brown Jr. of USA Today on Michael Dickson’s performance in Week 2.
Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic on rookie Devon Witherspoon’s debut.
Check out some of the best photos taken of Seahawks tight end Will Dissly from the 2023 season.