GNB Sports NFC West Halfway Review/Preview

November 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

NFC West
Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks made perhaps the biggest coaching change in the offseason, bringing Pete Carroll back into the NFL, an attempt to reinvigorate a team that had missed the playoffs for two straight years despite playing in perhaps the worst division in football.
The result hasn't quite been a renaissance, but there is no doubt that this is an improved Seattle side; after finishing 5-11 in 2009, they are 4-3 and atop the NFC West halfway through the season. The Seahawks remain vulnerable on the road, a sign of a developing team; they are 1-3 away from home, with all three defeats coming in lopsided fashion.
However, they remain unbeaten on their home turf, with blowout wins over divisional foes San Francisco and Arizona and a Leon Washington-powered upset of San Diego. Statistically, it is hard to pinpoint exactly where Seattle are finding success, as the team ranks in the 20's in both total offense and defense ...

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