The quick passing game will be key early in the season.
Last year during the bye week, the coaches focused on implementing more of a quick passing game to help Russell Wilson on third down and against the blitz. Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell still wants to take shots downfield, but when the team has issues with protection, it needs answers.
During Wilson's only drive Saturday, all three of his completions came on throws where he caught the snap from shotgun and got rid of the ball quickly. The Seahawks don't want their offensive-line issues to extend into October and November, but in the early part of the season it will be especially important for Wilson to execute the quick passing game.