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August 18, 2013 at 12:10 AM

Video: Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson

The Seahawks’ number one offense stayed on the field a lot longer tonight, and got going a lot better than it had nine days ago in San Diego.

Happy with it all was quarterback Russell Wilson, who said the offense wanted to get into its proper rhythm against the Broncos.

“When you play your first preseason game in San Diego, you don’t get too many plays, so it’s hard to get in the rhythm,” he said. “It’s hard to figure out ‘are you doing things right?’ or ‘are you not doing things right?’ Today we were really clicking. In and out of the huddle.”

You can see more of what Wilson had to say in the video below:

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