Wilson, opportunistic Seahawks pull away from Colts

The Colts held on for as long as they could, but Seattle eventually locked down a 46-18 victory on Sunday night in Week 4. Here’s what we learned:

1. Watching Russell Wilson is a frustrating exercise, weekly. The Seahawks quarterback opened Sunday night the way he had played most of the season — error-prone and wandering — only to pull himself together in the second half. Wilson, still wary of his shoddy offensive line, continues to play, clinically¬†and by the seat of his pants, outside the pocket — and Seattle lives and dies by his decisions there. Sometimes he’s special, buying time before galloping and diving for a 23-yard touchdown or launching an off-balance laser to Tyler Lockett. Sometimes he’s antsy, underthrowing his high-pointing tight end for a momentum-shifting pick.

It’s easy to trust Wilson to eventually get it right at home against a suspect defense — he’s a Super Bowl champion whose unorthodox pocket play has often been to his benefit, not his Achilles’ heel. But something doesn’t feel right about Wilson and this year’s Seahawks, more so than

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