Found February 05, 2012 on MyTeamRivals.com:
The Seattle Seahawks ended the 2011 season with a 7-9 record. Again we are past the really terrible teams, and into the teams that have the potential to do dome pretty great things. The Seahawks main problem seems to be with the offense. This is another team that has a pretty good defense, but has fallen behind the rest of the league in high powered offensive attacks. The simple fact here is the Seahawks have two probably career backup QB’s that they are trying to shoe horn into begin legit starters. It is not something that usually works, but the numbers will tell us teh rest of the story. The offense scored 321 points or 20.1 points per game and that was 23rd best in 2011. They were just 22nd best in passing yards, but fifth worst in passing TD’s. They were also just 21t best in rushing yards, and that made them the fifth worst in total yards. This team ahs got to find a way to move the ball effectively. The offensive line may be an issue here as they gave up 50 sacks and were un...
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