Wilson was careful not to leave out any part of the team in explaining the Seahawks' success in the second half the season (Photo: KIRO)
The Seattle Seahawks are once again riding high after yet another blowout win – this time against the Buffalo Bills.
The Seahawks became the first team in 62 years to score more than 50 points in two consecutive games.
They appear to be hitting their stride at the perfect time. Quarterback Russell Wilson credits that to an all-around team effort.
"Definitely, the sky is the limit but you have to play one game at a time, one practice at a time, like I always say," he said. "And we're doing that right now. Guys are making tremendous plays out there – from the offensive line blocking extremely well to Marshawn Lynch, and for me as well. The tight ends are making the catches run blocking… the receivers [are] making the explosive plays, the defense coming up with big turnovers and taking them to the house for touchdowns. That's not easy to do."
And Wilson, a rookie, didn't stop there. He credited the special teams for the team victories too. There was not a single part of the team he did not praise following Sunday's win in Canada.
Seattle's next game is a big one. They host the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday Night Football on NBC. Gametime is set for 5:20 p.m. (PT). The game be seen on KHQ, KNDU and KNDO in Eastern Washington.