The Seattle Seahawks almost lost their starting running back on just his third carry of the game on Monday Night Football against the Minnesota Vikings. Tight end Jacob Hollister's knee collided with Chris Carson, and he was forced to leave the game.
With Carson out momentarily and CJ Prosise inactive, Rashaad Penny was given the lion's share of the carries on offense.
The Seahawks want to plow the ball up the middle with Carson and Penny, then follow that up with Wilson going downfield on a deep play action pass. Thankfully, Carson re-entered despite initial fears he suffered a concussion.