"That's not for me to decide, for both Matt and I. It's up to us to go out and play as well as we can and put our team in the best situation to win games," Locker said. "At the end of the day, neither of us are going to make that decision, so I'm probably the wrong guy to ask."
Flynn played the entire first half, but was highly conservative with his throws. He finished 11 of 13 for 71 yards, but never once challenged the Titans' secondary downfield. His longest completion was a 16-yard throw to Zach Miller, but five of his completions were for 5 yards or less.
While he didn't take chances, Flynn mostly didn't make mistakes either. He was sacked twice — once holding the ball too long — and his biggest miscue came on his 10th pass attempt when his slant pass to Ben Obomanu was intercepted by linebacker Colin McCarthy dropping into coverage.
"I'm always going to want more reps and more of everything," Flynn said. "But just like the other two guys they're going to want the same thing. As an offense, the No. 1 offense as a whole it was a really good start. "
Wilson wasn't without his own blunder throwing an interception in the end zone. Overall, Seattle was more aggressive in its play calling with Wilson, who was 12 for 16 passes for 124 yards. He added 59 yards rushing.
Will Batson missed a 36-yard field goal with 4:46 left for Tennessee that would have tied the game at 20. Titans' backup running back Darius Reynaud scored on a 21-yard TD run midway through the third quarter, and returned a punt 85 yards for a touchdown.
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