Even with the revolving door of defensive personnel never coming to a rest, the Seattle Seahawks still find themselves most in need on offense. The blue birds wait for another player to show up on the other side of the ball — someone, anyone, to be a third offensive threat other than superstars Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch.
Read my latest article about the Seahawks’ need for a more balanced offensive attack, published in the Seattle PI, Oregon Sports News and Yardbarker.
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