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Seahawks RB Chris Carson suffers 'significant' ankle injury, carted off the field

Seahawks RB Chris Carson suffers 'significant' ankle injury, carted off the field

At halftime, Indianapolis led 15-10, and the Seahawks were looking at the very real possibility of a 1-3 start. The second half was open and random destruction of the undermanned Colts.

Offensively, the Colts are averaging 17.7 points and 275.3 total yards (194.3 in passing and 81.0 in rushing) per game. The name may have just rang a faint bell.

Coleman came to the Seahawks via trade from the New England Patriots in exchange for a seventh round draft pick this offseason. He also added 33-yards rushing on three carries.

DETERMINED RUSS: It was a different Russell Wilson in the second half. It was the sort of explosive burst sorely missing this season from the Seattle running game.

Lacy saw the majority of his work after Chris Carson (knee) exited the game with an air cast on his left leg. I forgot to celebrate with the team. I wanted to run in the crowd. "It was insane. It's something that you dream of". "I had a blast seeing our guys turn it around".

The good: Brissett hit Donte Moncrief for an 18-yard touchdown that put the Colts ahead of the Seahawks, 15-10, late in the second quarter. I think today will be that day.

The Seahawks are going through some injury problems, most notably at running back.

There were a ton of highlight plays on defense on both sides, but Russell Wilson pulled out the real game-changing plays throughout the night when the second half rolled around. "So we've just got to be sure to correct those things". "That gave a lot of juice to the rest of the team". "It will take us a while to figure this out", he said. "I'm very humble about what happened tonight, but it was great to contribute to this lovely W".

But with second-half drives of 84, 75, 74 and 84 yards, broken up by a defensive touchdown of a fumble return by LB Bobby Wagner, efficiency was ruthlessly robot-like. Two more touchdowns followed. Then they closed with the highest-scoring second half in the franchise's 42-year history.

"They started coming at us a little bit more", Pagano said. Manning threw to Odell Beckham Jr., in the rear of the end zone for a 2-point conversion that was disallowed because the receiver had stepped out of bounds before making the catch. "We're gonna be really careful here and make sure we know exactlty what's going on".

And when Carroll did put him in, McKissic fulfilled his dream while he was validating their faith.

"Don't get me wrong: He's always calm, cool and collected". The offence has been shonky and the defence not much better.