Final stats: Tyler Lockett had the most ridiculous game of the week, and really the best of the season for a wide receiver. He caught 15 passes for 200 yards and three touchdowns. If you started him, congrats. If you faced him, I’m sorry.
Update: In the fourth quarter, Tyler Lockett added a third touchdown with an amazing toe drag in the back of the end zone. It was initially ruled a touchdown and then reversed to incomplete after the officials huddled. Pete Carroll challenged the call and it was reversed back to a touchdown.
Sunday’s matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals is shaping up to be a Tyler Lockett game. The wideout was electrifying through the first half of the Week 7 matchup and has posted some impressive stats.
Lockett caught eight of his 11 first-half targets for 133 yards and three scores. Russell Wilson found him on an easy touchdown pass for the first score of the game, and set the tone for onslaught that had yet to come.
It's Tyler Lockett's world. We're just living in it.pic.twitter.com/PXwwi3sSZH— PFF (@PFF) October 26, 2020
Patrick Peterson isn’t having a good day trying to stop Lockett’s circus catches and more could be on the way in the back half of the game. Lockett is making things look too easy. The Cardinals’ secondary will have to buckle down for the rest of the game to stop him from posting a ridiculous stat line.