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The Seahawks defeated the Dolphins and Twitter reacted

NFL: Seattle Seahawks at Miami Dolphins Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Over the weekend the Seattle Seahawks went on the road to play the Miami Dolphins, and in moving to 4-0 for just the second time in franchise history have set things up for the 2020 season to potentially be very special. That said, the game against the Fins was, of course, a Seahawks game, meaning the team couldn’t simply win by taking the lead early and pulling away. Instead, while it felt like the team was in solid control for most of the game, the Hawks held just a two point advantage midway through the fourth quarter.

That said, during the course of the game, Twitter did its thing as Seattle remains undefeated and maintained its hold on first place in the NFC West.

There were some fans worried about the absence of Jamal Adams, but Adams was at home locked in for the game.

Bruce Irvin, recovering from ACL reconstruction, shared his feelings on Adams’ gameday post.

However, Adams might not want to remain out for long because his replacement in the lineup, Ryan Neal, seems to be looking to Wally Pipp Adams out of a starting role.

On a more serious note, Neal has now matched the career high of Tedric Thompson for interceptions in a season, and while it was Neal who got things started for the Seahawks, the day once again belonged to Russell Wilson.

Wilson, of course, can’t win games by himself, and he’s got a very gifted group of weapons at his disposal, including DK Metcalf.

Of course, Metcalf isn’t the only weapon, as David Moore is quietly putting together a solid season to this point as the third option behind Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.

However, Wilson’s weapons are not just his receivers, as Seahawks fans have long known Chris Carson’s abilities.

Carson got the scoring started for Seattle in Week 4.

He showed off his athleticism multiple times, including here during the third quarter.

And then he capped off the scoring for Seattle as well.

And now it’s back to the VMAC to prepare for the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday Night Football in Week 5.