CARSON, Calif. — So what did we learn from the Seahawks’ 48-17 preseason win over the Chargers Sunday night?
Glad you asked.
Here are eight things that stood out, in no particular order.
1, Kasen Williams may be ready for a breakthrough.
Okay, all the usual caveats apply to everything written here, which is that the starting units for each team played as a whole for only one series and that this is just one game, etc., etc., etc.
But even though Williams was going against an undrafted rookie free agent playing his first game in Chargers cornerback Michael Davis, it was the sheer spectacular nature of his four catches for 119 yards that stood out.
“He lit up our sidelines,’’ coach Pete Carroll said later. “Not because it was one or two but because it’s four substantial plays.’’
Williams has played in three regular season games and two playoff games in his first two years with the Seahawks, spending most of his time on the practice squad. His way to a roster spot seemed further impeded in the offseason when the team drafted two receivers, including Amara Darboh in the third round. But Darboh has a sternum injury that held him out Sunday and Paul
Article source: http://www.seattletimes.com/sports/seahawks/what-we-learned-from-the-seahawks-preseason-win-over-the-chargers/
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