Brady Henderson ESPN
When the Seahawks extended Tyler Lockett last month for three years and over $30 million, it was clear that they feel he's all the way back from his 2016 broken leg and that he's an ascending player in his fourth season. Those continue to look like good bets based on the start Lockett is off to through three games. He had four catches for 77 yards and his third touchdown of the year in Seattle's win over Dallas. The Seahawks have missed Doug Baldwin over the past two and a half games, to be sure, but Lockett has done his part in picking up the slack as their No. 1 receiver. Said Pete Carroll: "It gives us great variety when Doug gets back, that we can have both those guys. He's playing great football."