The Seattle Seahawks fell to the Minnesota Vikings 25-19 Sunday night but coach Pete Carroll was able to get a better look at his players on the field.
A number of starters did log more game time week 2 – with some even making their summer debuts – like quarterback Russell Wilson, who sat out the first outing against the Broncos.
“I thought the first unit did a nice job,” coach Pete Carroll said in his press conference. “We did a nice job with tempo. I thought Russ was moving the club pretty well. We missed a couple third-down throws that would have made a big difference in their outing, but we did move the football well.”
Some of Seattle’s defensive players also saw action in Minnesota, including linebacker Mychal Kendricks, although Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright remained on the sidelines.
The starters are expected to see the most playtime in the third preseason game, when Seattle travels to Los Angeles to face the Chargers on Saturday.
Here’s a look at the snap counts and player percentage times for Seahawks versus Vikings.