The "Let Russ Cook" movement has transformed the Seahawks' offensive approach this season. The Seahawks are throwing the ball around the yard to an underrated receiving corps that features size, speed, and explosiveness on the perimeter. D.K. Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, and Greg Olsen have the capacity to win their one-on-one match-ups on the outside, particularly when Wilson extends plays with impromptu scrambles. In the backfield, the Seahawks have a hybrid playmaker in Chris Carson with big-play potential as a runner and receiver. Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer utilizes a zone-based running scheme to complement a diverse aerial attack that features a myriad of vertical and crossing concepts to take advantage of man and zone coverage. With Wilson's improvisational skills creating a dilemma for defensive coordinators, the Seahawks' scheme has built-in answers for every conceivable game plan.