The Seattle Seahawks are struggling to get anything going offensively against the New York Giants. When that happens for an extended period of time, frustrations will typically follow.
Well, star wide receiver DK Metcalf took out some of that frustration on Giants cornerback James Bradberry. With his team down 8-5 midway through the third quarter, the former second-round pick hauled in a 14-yard pass from Russell Wilson.
After trying to make Bradberry miss, Metcalf decided he would go through him with this ridiculous stiff arm.
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Metcalf is listed at 6-foot-4, 235 pounds, and he used every single bit of that to put Bradberry's head down into the dirt. New York's cornerback isn't small, either. He's 6-1 and 212 pounds, but that pales in comparison to Metcalf.
Coming into the game on Sunday, the Ole Miss product had 58 catches for 1,039 yards and nine touchdowns. He's added four receptions for 65 yards to those totals thus far.
Unfortunately for the Seahawks, the Giants ended up getting the ball back and scoring again to take a 14-5 lead before the end of the third quarter. Sounds like it'll be Russell Wilson time.
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