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Russell Wilson locked in on Tyler Lockett on Sunday Night Football

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That Russell Wilson-Tyler Lockett connection is electric.

On the opening drive of the Seattle Seahawks-Arizona Cardinals “Sunday Night Football” game in the desert, Wilson threw a 34-yard pass to Tyler Lockett on the first play and the star wideout snagged it with one hand.

This one was highlight-reel worthy. Take a look:

What… how? NFL Twitter was amazed by Lockett’s incredible one-handed grab.

As it turns out, the first play of the game was also an improbable one. Per PFF, the 34-yard pass from Wilson had a completion probability of just 21.3 percent, and it was the. Seahawks quarterback’s second most-improbable completion of the season.

It’s worth noting the play also gave Wilson 2,660 total completions, surpassing Matt Hasselbeck for the most completions in Seahawks history. And that was just the start of a 6-play, 75-yard, three-minute drive. It was capped by a Lockett touchdown to give Seattle the 7-0 edge.

And then, there was this beauty!

At halftime, Lockett has 8 catches for 133 yards and two touchdowns.

These two are definitely feelin’ it Sunday night.