TOP OF THE TOWN – Will Dissly has to be one of the more unlucky football players around. The former Washington Husky suffered a torn Achilles injury while running untouched in the end zone in the second quarter of Seattle’s game in Cleveland. The final diagnosis is not in but it appears his season is over with just when it looked like he was going to have a great season. The 23-year-old Dissly, who is a 6-4, 265-pound tight end, has already caught 23 passes for 263 yards and four touchdowns. He also is considered one heck of a blocker. The unfortunate part is this is Dissly’s second injury. He suffered a patellar tendon injury in his right knee at a game in Arizona last season and missed the last 12 games of the season. “It’s a big loss,’’ Carroll told the Seattle Times. “He’s been playing great football. You saw him, he was running in the open field and it just happened like Achilles do. They come out of nowhere. So it’s really a devastating injury for him for this season. He has been an unbelievable Seahawk.” The Seahawks could have used him for the full game against the Browns, which played harder and better than they have all season in a game that went right down to the wire before the Seahawks emerged 32-28 winners to improve to 5-1 on the season. The Seahawks have now won all three road games and have won their five games by a collective margin of 25 points. Take away the 27-10 win at Arizona and the margin is eight points in four victories. The one loss was to New Orleans by six points (33-27). Next up is a 1:25 p.m. game at Century Link against Baltimore and Earl Thomas…. I can’t figure out the Washington Huskies. They are 5-2 and 2-2 in the Pac-12 and have moments when you think they are unbeatable and moments when you think they couldn’t win a game even if it was against O’Dea High School. When they are on they are really on. When they are off they really are off. I like it that coach Chris Petersen finally let some of the younger guys play against Arizona. The much-heralded freshman receiver Puka Nacua finally got some extended playing time and showed why he was so heralded coming out of high school. Nacua had some great catches, including a 49-yarder and provides the Huskies with an explosive element that should aid a sometimes dormant offense. There is a lot of good young talent on the Huskies roster and it’s just a matter of them showing they can play at this level before they explode on the scene. Unfortunately, the Huskies have no time left to find the latest young talent who can contribute. Oregon shows up Saturday at Husky Stadium and after a bye week Utah comes to town. A lot of experts figure these games to be losses for the Huskies. I do too. Before the season I predicted a 5-4 conference record and an 8-4 overall record for them. They finish the 2019 season at Oregon State and Colorado and at home with Washington State in the Apple Cup. They are right on my predicted schedule because they should be favored in their last three games. But if the Huskies that are “off” continue to show up, they could lose any one of those games. One last thing: I don’t believe Jacob Eason is a starting quarterback in the NFL. He might be a good backup. He’s a pocket passer and the NFL is going away from those types and turning to guys like Murray, Jackson and Mayfield who can get out and run too. Eason has an NFL arm that is for sure. But his ability once he is chased from the pocket is very limited. In case it escaped notice the Jets waived former Washington State quarterback Luke Falk last Saturday. Falk had started two games for the Jets in the absence of Sam Darnold, who came back and led the Jets to an upset win over the Cowboys on Sunday. Falk is a pocket passer.  … I was surprised by Klahowya’s 43-0 victory over Vashon last Friday. Vashon has not won this year and it was the first win for Klahowya. I’m happy for the Eagles and their first-year coach Jeff Witte, but I don’t know how I could be so wrong. Oh well, you can’t win them all. That’s it for today.

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