Originally posted on Oregon Sports News  |  Last updated 10/8/13
From HawkBlogger.com,a partner of Oregon Sports News Enter an auditorium before a symphony is about to begin, and you will hear the orchestra warming up. The sounds are disjointed, vacillating between sweet and sour. There are brief moments when the different instruments almost accidentally align and the resulting sound is blissful, but fleeting. Five weeks into the season, the Seahawks are stuck in perpetual warm-up. Their talent is so overwhelming, and coaching so strong, that they have been able to exit that stretch 4-1, but this team has yet to put together a complete game. Missing five starters on offense, Seattle dominated a quality Colts team for much of the first quarter. All three phases of the team worked in perfect harmony. Then, the screech of the violin returned, the brass section whined, and fans were left yearning for the conductor to recreate that beautiful sound they now knew the team was capable of. The warm-up period continues, but there are signs the show is ...
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