Seattle: Despite being content with short passes (6.5 yards per his eleven completions), Matt Flynn showed quick release and awareness of both sides of the flat.
After going 8-for-8, Flynn had a pass snagged over the middle by an unseen Colin McCarthy.
Flynn’s only other true mistake was taking his eyes off a shotgun snap, resulting in a 10-yard loss after the fumble.
Russell Wilson is frighteningly good at keeping plays alive by escaping the pocket, and his quick release is something to behold.
The touchdown pass to Braylon Edwards reminded me of Doug Flutie, given it’s a smaller player with such a snap to his release.
Tennessee: Matt Hasselbeck’s first pick was merely a freak play, but the second was badly thrown into double coverage. Jake Locker demonstrated good pocket presence, despite a line that struggled all night, and made quality, unhesitant throws.
Locker did bungle the red zone portion of a two-minute drill in the first half, unnecessarily rushing hi...