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Seahawks-Titans heads Week 2 games with 2020 playoff teams

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Russell Wilson put off watching film for an extra hour to join Peyton and Eli Manning and provide commentary on the alternate "Monday Night Football...
" broadcast as the Ravens-Raiders thriller went to overtime.

After carving up the Colts' secondary in the opener, Wilson could afford a brief break.

No doubt, he'll be ready to lead the Seattle Seahawks (1-0) against the Tennessee Titans (0-1) on Sunday afternoon as the "12s" return to the stands for the first time since Dec. 29, 2019 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

"It was a blast to be on there with Peyton and Eli. I have such respect for their family and who they are," Wilson said. "To be able to talk on `Monday Night Football,' talk about the game, and be an analyst in a way from our vantage point is something that I have always loved to do because I love the game. To be on there with guys like Peyton and Eli who love the game just as much is always fun."

A win over the Titans would be Wilson's 100th regular-season victory in 146 career starts. Only Tom Brady (131) and Joe Montana (139) have won 100 more quickly.

The defending AFC South champion Titans are looking to avoid an 0-2 start following a poor effort at home in a 38-13 loss to Arizona last week.

Ryan Tannehill was sacked six times, Derrick Henry averaged only 3.4 yards per carry and the defense gave up 416 yards.

"We know last week wasn't our standard," said Henry, who led the NFL with 2,027 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2020. "We just need to come out here and focus on being better, being locked in on what we have to do, play by play, and each rep. That is all we need to do. Guys are hungry to be better and just trying to put it together this week.

"We want to play to our standard, play to our identity, and we know it starts out here each and every day. Each and every rep, just locking in, working hard, focusing on what you have to do so you can go out there and play at a high level on Sunday."

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Week 2 kicked off Thursday night with Washington (1-1) edging the Giants 30-29 on Dustin Hopkins' 43-yard field goal on the final play — after an initial miss was negated by New York…
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