Seahawks Mock Game Summary: Drew Lock, Tariq Woolen have some good shows

The Seattle Seahawks had their annual squad brawl on Saturday at Lumen Field, with some 7,000 fans attending (at the same time the Mariners won over the Angels at T-Mobile Park, remember). Seattle Navy Blue defeated Action Green 17-13, but the result is far less important than the players’ performance.

Both Drew Lock and Geno Smith led the first and second team offensive, and Jacob Eason had what was apparently a very forgotten episode that led the third team. It looks like 1s vs. 1s didn’t materialize, and some of them weren’t practical anyway due to players’ injuries.

Unofficially, Lock was on 19/27 and Smith on 11/20. Both playmakers were leading touchdowns in their opening series (albeit against the defense of the other team). Rashaad Penny and Kenneth Walker cut their points to the end zone. Here’s a peek at Walker and his ability to get outside quickly.

Lock tossed at the end of the day to Cody Thompson (more on that later). He also threw a nice ending to a pick from Dareke Young’s seventh round, and here’s a look at that highlight.

Geno’s day started out hot but cooled considerably as the afternoon progressed, but at his better times he clearly had a good rhythm with DK Metcalf.

Newcomer attacking Abe Lucas started with 1s, with the putative right-handed leader Jake Curhan playing as a 2s left. Everyone else planned to be starters – Charles Cross, Damien Lewis, Austin Blythe and Gabe Jackson – got first-team action today.

Now I should reveal that Field Gulls was not present at this match and the Seahawks live broadcast was just a warm-up, so our eyes and ears were essentially the current battle veteran reporters. The name, which has appeared many times in defense, is CB rookie Tariq Woolen, who was “beaten” for a Thompson touchdown, but it was clearly a pretty crazy game.

But he had other bright moments!

Of course, with almost no fight and the fact it’s just a fight, don’t read too much of what happened that afternoon. Unfortunately we had one injury and it was an elbow problem for LJ Collier and there is no information about his status at the moment.

The Seattle preseason kicks off at the Pittsburgh Steelers on August 13 at 19:00 ET / 4 PM PT. And before we end this, hello Richard Sherman!

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