Same old script leads to Seahawks blowout of Colts 46-18

SEATTLE (AP) — It’s a script that’s become too familiar for the Seattle Seahawks.

Look awful for the first half. Look like one of the best teams in football in the second half.

“It’s the same thing that always happens. Slow start out of the gate and for whatever reason we pick it up the third and fourth quarter,” Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin said.

Did the Seahawks ever pick it up, scoring 36 points in the second half to roll past the Indianapolis Colts 46-18 on Sunday night. The Seahawks used three total touchdowns from Russell Wilson — two passing and one running — a dynamic 30-yard touchdown sprint from J.D. McKissic and Bobby Wagner’s fumble return for a TD to blitz the Colts in the second half.

But the slow starts are a

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