Found October 23, 2011 on
The Seahawks have gone 26 games without a 100-yard rusher, but they will need Marshawn Lynch to give them a big day, considering Charlie Whitehurst is making only his third start at quarterback. Lynch has touchdowns in his last two games. John Czarnecki of FOX Sports reports that Tarvaris Jackson is going to test his pectoral strain in morning warm-ups to see if he can serve as the backup quarterback.

Source: FOX Sports
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