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The coy smiles, the occasional laughs and the usual 20-or-so minute news conference in front of his locker followed by a shooting-the-breeze session were all missing on Thursday after Tuck practiced on a limited basis for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks.
The preseason neck injury — the dreaded stinger — that has forced the two-time Pro Bowler to miss two games this season is taking a toll.
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Pete Carroll wants the Seattle Seahawks to be able to run the football, knowing that an effective ground game is what makes play-action passing successful.
But through four games, Seattle has the fewest rushing attempts of any team in the league and fewer yards gained on the ground than everyone expect the Tennessee Titans. Leading rusher Marshawn Lynch has only 141 yards rushing...
1. Marshawn Lynch
Marshawn Lynch is overrated. If it weren’t for his ridiculous touchdown run (and some poor Saints tackling) in the 2010 NFC playoffs, most people would not remember what team he was on. In 16 games with the Seahawks, he is averaging a measly 3.4 yards per carry behind an offensive line that doesn’t do him many favors. But you can’t take any opponent for granted...
Looking for a Free NFL Betting Odds & Picks on the Seattle Seahawks vs. N.Y. Giants for this weeks NFL week 5 matchup? We’ve got your back. The Giants are a -9.5 point favorite. The over/under is set at 43.5. Its NFL predictions time. Tarvaris Jackson, and Marshawn Lynch will be needed as the Seahawks play in the Eastern Time zone this week where they have lost nine straight games.
We were always big fans of Erin Hawksworth, a sports reporter for Seattle’s Fox affiliate, but now we’re bigger fans.
The station cut to Hawksworth, who was talking to fans in a chat room, prior to last weekend’s Seahawks game. The anchor asks her what the fans are saying and she quotes one verbatim.
As is usually the case in chat rooms, the fan she quoted was letting the...
RENTON -- Pete Carroll doesn't just expect the best-case scenario, he relies upon it.
He's willing to err on the side of optimism even if it costs his team points.
And it has.
But this has nothing to do with Steven Hauschka's 61-yard field-goal attempt on Sunday against Atlanta. That's only the latest example of end-of-the-half play-calling that could be charitably...
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from The Olympian:
“I asked how many of our guys have played in New York,” Carroll told reporters this week. “And a few guys raised their hands, and I said, ‘Well, we’re playing in New Jersey.’ ”
“No matter what sport you’re in, when you play in New York it’s a cool thing,” Carroll said. “It just always has been because of the great history and the tradition...
I don’t see it the same way, that he has struggled. I say they have played some teams that have made hard nights for him. The other night was a ridiculously challenging defense that they went up against. I thought he was battling like crazy and I know he wants to be cleaner in the numbers and they start to add up a bit, but just like he has in the past, he will bounce back and...