Observations From Seahawks Fifth Training Camp Practice: Drew Lock Finishes With a Flurry

Observations From Seahawks Fifth Training Camp Practice: Drew Lock Finishes With a Flurry

RENTON, Wash – For the second straight afternoon, continuing a consistent theme throughout training camp thus far, a stifling defense dominated Geno Smith, Drew Lock, and the offense for most of the Seahawks’ fifth practice session.

What transpired at the VMAC on Tuesday? Five quick observations from Seattle’s latest training camp practice:

1. Neither quarterback lit it up, but Drew Lock wrapped up the afternoon on a strong note.

Following individual drills, Smith and Lock got off to a sluggish start for the second consecutive practice. Neither player looked sharp at the opening red zone period, failing to lead a single touchdown drive while struggling through accuracy and timing issues with receivers, particularly with DK Metcalf. Smith bounced back in his third series by rolling out to his left and hitting a diving Tyler Mabry for a touchdown and dropping off a throw to Rashaad Penny in the flats for a touchdown that was ultimately marked a yard short in a three-play sequence, While Lock connected with Ken Walker III on a swing pass for his first scoring toss of the afternoon.

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