Seahawks’ Dominant Defense Secures MNF Win Against Giants

Devon Witherspoon’s 97-Yard Pick-Six Extends Seahawks’ Lead to 21-3

In a standout moment on Monday night, Seahawks’ rookie cornerback Devon Witherspoon secured his first interception, and it made a significant impact on the game.

Witherspoon intercepted a pass from the Giants’ quarterback, Daniel Jones, which was intended for Parris Campbell. With the ball in hand, Witherspoon sprinted down the field, and Jones was the lone player with a slim chance to prevent him from reaching the end zone. However, his attempt proved futile.

This remarkable 97-yard pick-six increased the Seahawks’ lead over the Giants to 21-3 by the end of the third quarter. Notably, it marked the second-longest pick-six in the team’s history.

Witherspoon, a first-round draft pick, showcased an exceptional performance throughout the game. In addition to his game-changing interception, he recorded six tackles, two sacks, three quarterback hits, two tackles for loss, and a pass defensed.

As for Daniel Jones, he completed 19 of 24 passes for 152 yards.

This performance by Devon Witherspoon underscores his immense potential and impact in the Seahawks’ defense.

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