As the Seahawks were leading 7-0, the Rams had an opportunity to tie things up with a touchdown. However, despite having four tries inside the 5-yard line, they were unable to make it into the end zone. The turning point in the game came when Matthew Stafford’s fourth-and-goal pass to Tutu Atwell fell incomplete in the end zone.
As a result of this setback, Seattle will likely be without their top running back for the rest of Sunday’s game as Kenneth Walker is doubtful to return with an oblique injury. Walker took four carries for 18 yards and had one reception for -2 yards before exiting the contest.
With Walker out, Zach Charbonnet is expected to take on the bulk of Seattle’s carries for the remainder of the game. He has already started with five carries for 22 yards. With this change in plans, it will be interesting to see how Seattle adapts and whether they can continue their dominance on the field without their star player.