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Monday, September 25, 4:08 AM
Seattle Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker III had his second two-touchdown game in as many weeks in Sunday's 37-27 win over the Carolina Panthers. In the Week 3 matchup, Walker carried the ball 18 times for 97 yards and added 59 more yards through the air on his three catches, leading the team with 166 scrimmage yards. The 22-year-old displayed incredible elusiveness on multiple plays to add extra yards on the ground and in the air. On one play in the second quarter, Walker froze defensive back Troy Hill with a juke that resulted in a 36-yard gain that set Jason Myers up for the third of his five field goals. Next week the Seahawks play against the Giants, who have allowed a rushing touchdown to each starting running back they have faced so far in 2023. Walker is primed for another big game in Week 4.