On Sunday night, Seattle Seahawks broadcaster DK Metcalf made a play in which the sports world was buzzing.
While the second-year pass hunter is known for his ability to take down the highest defensive positions with his combination of electric speed and size, Metcalfe’s remarkable play came as he struggled.
In the second quarter of Seahawks Sunday Night Football’s game against the Arizona Cardinals, MVP first runner Russell Wilson threw a rare wrong pass that was intercepted by Buddha Baker. While the safety of the Pro Bowl made a breakthrough in the opposite direction with a clear path to the end zone, Metcalf showed its 4.3 speed.
With an impressive effort, Metcalfe managed to escape Baker after sprinting almost along the field. Supplying Miss Miss̵
After the chase, the head coach of Golden State Warriors received a high score for Metcalf. On Twitter, Steve Kerr called dealing with Metcalfe “one of the most amazing things he has ever seen in sports.”
Via @SteveKerr on Twitter:
This is one of the most amazing things I’ve seen in sports. https://t.co/6vw2bfTHHo
– Steve Kerr (@SteveKerr) October 26, 2020
Along with Kerr, Golden State striker Draymond Green called for Seattle Seahawks hunters on Twitter.
Next week, Metcalf and the Seahawks will host the neighboring Golden State’s Bay, the San Francisco 49ers. Kyle Shanahan, Jimmy Garopolo, George Keatle and the Teenagers will fight Wilson’s Silha Hawks in a critical division match Sunday in Seattle at 1:25 p.m.