Tyler Lockett had a constant flow of guests on the Seahawks seat — mentor Pete Carroll, DK Metcalf, Quandre Diggs 

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 all reminding the champion wide recipient he'd get one more opportunity after two strange missteps.

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The open door arose, and Lockett held onto it, getting a 33-yard score get that given the unequivocal focuses in Seattle's 27-13 win over the New York Monsters on Sunday.

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Lockett pulled in the pass from Geno Smith with 9:18 left that snapped a 13-13 tie. Kenneth Walker III added a 16-yard score run in the end minutes and Seattle left with a third consecutive triumph

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"I had a ton of partners behind me, conversing with me. Pete had the option to come converse with me, and I just needed to inhale," Lockett said

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"That was the greatest thing and fortunately I had the open door just to have the option to go out there and to have the option to beat it just with another play."

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The main matchup of groups with winning records in the NFL this week was a slugfest until the final quarter, when Lockett compensated for his previous miscues 

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and Walker at last broke free, helping the amazing Seahawks (5-3) remain on the NFC West.

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New York (6-2) saw its four-game dominate streak snapped entering its bye week and lost ground to undefeated Philadelphia in the NFC East 

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