Seattle Seahawks Hit New Low After Finally Losing to the St. Louis Rams

October 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As bad as the Seattle Seahawks have been the last two years, there was one positive they could always count on: beating the St. Louis Rams.
Well, not anymore.
The Seahawks looked as lost as ever on offense and let a rookie quarterback and hobbled running back beat them. With no help this time from special teams and some questionable coaching, the Seahawks’ 10-game winning streak against the Rams came to an end with a 20-3 loss.
As bad as the offense has looked at times in the first three games, it looked even worse in the scoreless second half at St. Louis. It seemed even worse than the performance against the Chargers last week and, for the first time, brought back aching memories of 2009’s bumbling crew.
The offensive line, which had held up fairly well in the first three games, finally crumbled to pieces around Matt Hasselbeck.
Russell Okung had a rough debut at left tackle before leaving in the second quarter because of a bad ankle. Sean Locklea...

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