The Seahawks’ offense is flying high after their 28-16 win over the Colts on Sunday, which amounted to a confidence-boosting debut of new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron as Seattle’s play-caller.

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A positive sign for Waldron’s offense was the balance it showed, and that’s not just when it comes to how much Seattle threw the ball compared to running it. It also showed up in the many receivers Russell Wilson connected with against Indianapolis, including three different players who made touchdown catches. They would be wide receiver Tyler Lockett (who actually had two), new tight end Gerald Everett, and Pro Bowl receiver DK Metcalf.

In the first episode of a new season of 710 ESPN Seattle’s Chalk Talk, Jake Heaps of Jake and Stacy goes through three of Wilson’s TD passes in Indianapolis to break down what made each play successful. For the other TD pass from the game, check out Dave Wyman’s Football 101 here.

Catch the full episode of Chalk Talk in the player embedded at the top of this post, and watch video of each TD covered below. For more on the Hawks from 710Sports.com, click any of the links at the bottom of the post.

• First quarter: Wilson to Lockett

.@TDLockett12 doing Tyler Lockett things.

: #SEAvsIND on FOX pic.twitter.com/As3bX7zurr

— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) September 12, 2021

• Second quarter: Wilson to Everett

.@lightningstrk12 gets his first official touchdown as a Seahawk!

Q2: SEA 14, IND 3 pic.twitter.com/ehJ3Yhilrd

— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) September 12, 2021

• Fourth quarter: Wilson to Metcalf

Add 6⃣ more! @DangeRussWilson fires away to @dkm14 for the touchdown!

: #SEAvsIND on FOX pic.twitter.com/pXTdbYiegT

— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) September 12, 2021


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