This article is part of our NFL Reactions series.
-Russell Wilson continued his convincing campaign for MVP by completing 23-of-33 passes for 295 yards and two touchdowns while adding 31 yards and a touchdown in Seattle's 32-28 win over Cleveland. Chris Carson held onto the ball and ran brilliantly otherwise, turning 24 carries into 124 yards and a score while catching all four of his targets for 35 yards. Jaron Brown scored two touchdowns Sunday but his per-target efficiency drags hideously behind that of Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf, or David Moore, so it's probably not production worth chasing. Will Dissly cruelly suffered an Achilles' tendon injury that may prove severe. Combined with his 2018 patella tendon tear, his early-career injury history is uniquely disheartening, especially given how well he was playing in both of his first two seasons.
-Baker Mayfield picked up some sort of lower body tweak against the Seahawks and struggled to hit his receivers in stride, but he wasn't as bad as his three interceptions implied. Ricky Seals-Jones may prove a worthwhile pickup in some leagues if his snap counts build, and Sunday he was second on the team with 47 yards (plus a touchdown) on six targets.
-Deshaun Watson (30-of-42 for 280 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions) would have been helped out a bit if Will Fuller hadn't dropped three potential touchdown passes at various points against the Chiefs, but 42 yards and two touchdowns rushing was a fine consolation prize. It was another missed opportunity for DeAndre