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I wrote in my story today about the Seattle Seahawks offense coughing and sputtering on Sunday against Cleveland. Plenty of that had to do with the offense missing four starters. But besides Tarvaris Jackson being out, the most critical element missing in my opinion was Marshawn Lynch. The Seahawks do not have another physical runner like Lynch on the roster, something head coach Pete Carroll is aware of and might be looking to rectify in the future because of the bruising runner’s lingering back issues. “We like our guys,” Carroll said. “They all do good stuff. But it’s …
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Marshawn Lynch lays beneath a pile of defenders. It’s one of the drawbacks of fighting so hard for extra yards. The extra time allows more defenders to come over and add to the pile. Lynch doesn’t mind though. He takes pride in getting every possible inch. He smiles a bit as the last defender finally moves and allows him to get up, and he turns to rejoin his teammates in the...
Ever been trying to enjoy an NFL game with a group of friends, but one of them won’t shut up about how he needs a certain player to succeed/fail so he can win his fantasy football game that week?
Everyone knows that guy. Everyone hates that guy. And so too, according to this video, does Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch.
A tip of the hat to Danny O’Neil of the...
Seahawks starting quarterback Tarvaris Jackson threw the ball pretty well during warm-ups before the game aginst the Browns, but ultimately coach Pete Carroll decided against putting in his quarterback Sunday after not practicing most of the week. Carroll said theres a good chance that Jackson will play next week against Cincinnati at home. He threw the ball very well under the...
Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson limited in practice.
Jackson missed last week's game because of a strained pectoral muscle. He has been limited in practice.
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll held out hope that cornerback Walter Thurmond could return this season from an ankle injury. However, Carroll confirmed to reporters this afternoon that Thurmond will have ankle surgery and has been placed on the season-ending injured reserve list. “He’s got a pretty torn up ankle, with a high-ankle sprain that’s serious and also a...
Seattle didn’t have many highlights in Sunday’s dreadful 6-3 loss to Cleveland. And Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is angry that the one play that would have been a highlight was called back on a penalty that Carroll says shouldn’t have been called. Leon Washington returned a punt for an 81-yard touchdown that could have won…
Seahawks beat writer KShell is tired, and angry about the the Sunday Week 7 NFL action versus the Cleveland Browns. This game was so dreadful to watch he almost went back to bed. For whatever reason despite the no huddle offense working for both Tarvaris Jackson and Charlie Whitehurst the Seahawks didn't run it once.
Jackson, Miller, Lynch, Unger limited for Seahawks
div<div class="entry-summary>(AP) — Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson was one of four starters who were limited in practice for the Seattle Seahawks, raising the possibility Jackson may miss a second straight game with a pectoral strain.
Jackson, running back Marshawn Lynch (back), center Max Unger (foot...
The Seahawks limp into this weeks game against Cincinnati with some major injury problems on the injured list. On the positive side of things, it looks like some key pieces are returning. On the other hand, the Seahawks lost another CB for the year when Walter Thurmond broke his leg in last week’s game. The quality of the depth on this team is definitely being tested.Tarvaris...
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was a player the club considered taking in the most recent draft.
(AP) — Charlie Whitehurst played well enough two weeks ago in relief of injured starter Tarvaris Jackson that, for a bit, the debate about who should be the Seattle Seahawks' starting quarterback was rekindled.
Seattle's offensive slog in Sunday's 6-3 loss wasn't among the worst performances in team history.
BENGALS (4-2) AT SEAHAWKS (2-4)
Kickoff: 4:15 p.m. Sunday; CenturyLink Field.
TV: CBS. Announcers are Bill Macatee and Steve Tasker.
Radio: WLW-AM (700), WCKY-AM (ESPN 1530) and WEBN-FM (102.7).
Last week: Bengals were on their bye week. Seahawks lost at Cleveland 6-3.
Coaches: Marvin Lewis (64-71-1 overall) is in his ninth year with the Bengals and is 1-1 against the Seahawks. He...