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Stelton: Richardson, Lockett emerge as weapons in Seahawks’ passing game

Russell Wilson orchestrated another fourth quarter comeback for the Seahawks in Sunday’s 41-38 win over the Houston Texans, and while he’s plenty deserving of much of the credit, the players on the other end of his passes also played a big part.

That of course includes longtime favorite target Doug Baldwin and Pro Bowl tight end Jimmy Graham, but it also includes two receivers whose performances were a bit more surprising: Tyler Lockett and Paul Richardson.

In the video above, Bob Stelton of 710 ESPN Seattle’s Bob, Groz and Tom shares three takeaways from the Seahawks’ win over Houston, including the emergence of key weapons in the Seattle receiver corps.