The Seattle Seahawks have started to get their offense in gear, and it could be up to backup quarterback Charlie Whitehurst to keep that going.
The Cleveland Browns' offense got off track last week, and the team is looking for starter Colt McCoy to do something to change that.
If Tarvaris Jackson is unavailable due to injury, Whitehurst will try to guide the well-rested Seahawks to rare back-to-back road wins Sunday when McCoy and the Browns look to avoid a third consecutive defeat.
Since scoring 30 total points during a 1-2 start, Seattle (2-3) has put up 64 in the last two games. That sharp increase can be attributed to a no-huddle offense installed in the second half of a 30-28 loss to Atlanta on Oct. 2 when it scored 21 in the final 25:01.
The Seahawks had season highs in total yards (424) and rushing yards (145) in their last game, a 36-25 road victory over the New York Giants on Oct. 9.
Whitehurst finished 11 for 19 with a 27-yard fourth-quarter touchdown to leading recei...