NFL Playoffs: Has Seattle Seahawks’ Offense Figured It Out?

January 15, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There’s a good reason no one predicted the Seattle Seahawks would score 41 points last weekend: They hadn’t done it all season.
They had come close to 40 points just once (in a 36-18 win at Arizona) and had averaged just 19.4 points during the season (ranked 23rd in the league). They hadn’t even scored 41 points combined in their previous two games— or the two before that.
So, the question is: Can they do it again?
After bumbling along for most of the season, have the Seahawks finally hit their offensive stride just in time? Or was that explosion against the Saints just a once-in-a-season Mega Millions ticket?
It’s not hard to see why the Seahawks have struggled on offense for the third straight season.
They have used a league-high 10 combinations along the offensive line, which has lost four players to injured reserve. They have had to shuffle through receivers all season and have lost Deon Butler and tight ends Anthony McCoy and ...

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