The Seattle Seahawks are searching for answers to their run defense after allowing at least 200 yards rushing in each of the past two weeks.
The St. Louis Rams and Tampa Bay Buccaneers certainly aren't rushing juggernauts.
Both teams rank in the bottom half of the league in rushing through nine weeks of the season.
However, both found ways to hurt the Seahawks on the ground. The Rams rushed for 200 yards against Seattle while the Buccaneers ran for 205.
Neither team has rushed for more than 160 yards in any other game this season.
It's left Seattle trying to figure out the issues behind their struggles.
''We think we have some things that we can take care of and improve that's really obvious to us. We'll take a shot at that and see how it goes this weekend,'' head coach Pete Carroll said.
The Seahawks had been allowing just 92 yards a game on the ground through the first seven weeks of the season.
Arian Foster of the Houston Texans had been the only 100-yard rusher Seattle a...