SAN DIEGO — The Seattle Seahawks didn’t score when Russell Wilson was in the game.
It didn’t matter. The guys competing to be his backup, Tarvaris Jackson and Brady Quinn, had nice performances in a 31-10 victory over San Diego on Thursday night in Mike McCoy’s debut as Chargers coach.
Jackson threw two touchdown passes and Quinn threw for another score.
Here are five reasons the Seahawks, who have big expectations to go further in the playoffs than they did…