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With decisions to make, Hawks need to create a more dependable O-line

Rookie right tackle Justin Britt’s
struggles have opened up the
debate about whether the
Seahawks should consider
replacing him next year, but the bigger question is whether the Seahawks should replace the left side of their line — Russell Okung and James Carpenter — over the next two years. 799 more words

State Of The Team

Blitzing Cards A Concern For Seahawks

While Russell Wilson has the uncanny ability to elude tacklers and make something out of nothing, the Seattle Seahawks would prefer to keep him clean in the pocket this Sunday night at Arizona.   365 more words

Sports

Once again, Hawks are winning despite O-line

The Seahawks have rediscovered the formula that won them a Super Bowl: No. 1 defense plus Beast Mode plus DangeRuss plus crappy offensive line.

Can you imagine what kind of season Marshawn Lynch would have if he was running behind the 2005 Super Bowl line that featured future Hall of Famer Walter Jones and All-Pro Steve Hutchinson? 1,071 more words

Pete Carroll

Seahawks Injuries: Unger Out, Helfet Doubtful

RENTON, Wash. (AP) — For the first time since Week 5, the Seattle Seahawks have just three players listed as questionable or worse heading into Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles. 313 more words

Sports

Seahawks' Surging Defense To Be Tested By Eagles

RENTON, Wash. (AP) — After losing Brandon Mebane for the year and allowing 190 yards rushing to the Kansas City Chiefs three weeks ago, the Seattle Seahawks defense looked like it may be unable to recapture its dominant form from last season. 486 more words

Sports

Seahawks need to solve offensive line issues, quickly

As the Seahawks prepare to face the 49ers on Thanksgiving night, Seattle coach Pete Carroll would be thankful if he could find a way to get better performance out of an offensive line that gave up seven sacks four days ago against the Cardinals. 193 more words

Rumor Mill

Swartz: Seahawks Pass Rush Starts With Run Defense

The NFL’s top ranked defenses are showcased Thanksgiving night when the 7-4 Seahawks take on the 7-4 49ers at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.  That’s why most football analysts and fans are expecting a low scoring, physical contest, with playoff implications. 500 more words

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