Green Bay Packers vs. Seahawks: Sketching out a Game Plan for Seattle

September 22, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It has been an interesting start to the 2012 season for the Seattle Seahawks.
They opened up on the road, losing to an Arizona Cardinals team that everyone thought they would beat handily. The following week they were at the Link laying it on the Dallas Cowboys—another surprise outcome as Dallas had just laid it to the reigning Super Bowl champs the week prior. 
Seattle's biggest struggles up to this point have come on offense. Against Ray Horton's rock-solid defensive unit, Seattle struggled in every way possible. Rookie Russell Wilson never had the passing attack cranked up as they only threw for 153 yards through the air. And let's not forget that Tom Cable's offensive line had major problems against Cardinals' linemen Darnell Dockett and Calais Campbell.
At home Wilson didn't put up crazy numbers against the Cowboys secondary, but he showed poise and confidence. He was 15-of-20 for 151 yards and one touchdown. Horton's pressure scheme the week before more ...

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