Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf had arguably the best defensive play of the season. He chased down Budda Baker. After a Russell Wilson interception on Oct 25, 2020, against the Arizona Cardinals, and saving a pick-six.
He also made a couple of other spectator plays for the Seahawks this past season. Such as hurdling Eagles defender Darius Slay; he also caught a one-handed pass in pre-game before the Seahawks home game.
This off-season, DK Metcalf is continuing to make jaw-dropping plays, but this time it is on the basketball court as he reenacts Michael Jordan’s 1984 cradle dunk on the Maryland Terrapins.
The Seahawks started the season with six and 0 records and won the NFC West Division this past season but fell short in the first round of the playoffs. The Seahawks have some tough decisions to make this off-season, such as resigning Chris Carson, Jarran Reed, KJ Wright, and others. Seattle also has to deal with a disgruntled Russell Wilson, who spoke out about all the hits he took over the years from not having an offensive line last month.