RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Russell Wilson’ had an impressive season-opening performance. But there was an even better debut for Seattle with Jamal Adams’ first game with the Seahawks. Seattle’s new defensive weapon was all over the field whether it was in the opposing backfield or roaming the secondary in Seattle’s 38-25 opening win over Atlanta. If first impressions are important, the one left by Adams only raised the optimism of how good Seattle’s defense might end up being with the addition of an All-Pro safety.