By Codemazon

Russell Wilson might have been the main event of Monday night's matchup between the Broncos and Seahawks, yet his replacement in Seattle, Geno Smith, left the early evening finale of Week 1 successful.

An almost immaculate presentation from Smith, combined with an actual appearance from Pete Carroll's guard before a rowdy Seattle crowd, kept the Seahawks before their close buddy throughout the evening.

Wilson took steps to play spoiler and take the game toward the end, peculiar clock the board on the Broncos' last series left Denver unfit to finish the rebound, getting a 17-16 win for the Seahawks on "Monday Night Football."

Geno Smith really played like the steadiest, most agreeable quarterback of the evening.

Why the Seahawks won

Why the Broncos lost

There are a lot of reasons, including the way that neither Melvin Gordon nor Javonte Williams could clutch the ball on goal line runs.

An goal-line fumble is a certain something; two straight goal-line fumble is another. At the point when Javonte Williams hacked up the ball during the second of the Broncos' two red-zone disappointments, he guaranteed that Seattle would hold its tight lead into the last minutes of the second from last quarter.

Turning Point

Play of the Game

Give it to the whole Seahawks guard, which stuffed Melvin Gordon at the goal line prior to punching the ball free to drive the main significant focal point of the evening

What's next

The Seahawks (1-0), who stand on the NFC West following multi week, will venture out to San Francisco to visit the adversary 49ers (0-1), who lost to the Bears in messy climate Sunday. The Broncos (0-1), in the mean time, will make their home presentation against the Texans (0-0-1), who attached with the Yearlings.

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