Seattle Seahawks’ O-Line and Anemic Offense Threaten to Derail Super Bowl Hopes

September 19, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Seattle Seahawks entered the 2016 season with the same aspirations they had in 2015—representing the NFC in Super Bowl LI in Houston.
There's a big problem, though. One that's threatening to derail those title hopes. The Seattle offensive line is a hot mess. In fact, the entire offense is.
And unless head coach Pete Carroll, quarterback Russell Wilson and company get things straightened out quickly, the Seahawks aren't going to have a real chance of winning the NFC West—much less the entire conference.
After a disjointed effort at home that saw the Seahawks score only one touchdown late in a 12-10 win over the Miami Dolphins, the belief was that a trip to Los Angeles would fix all that ails the Seahawks.
Yes, for whatever reason, the Seahawks had trouble with the Rams last year, losing both meetings. But this was a Rams team that just gave up 28 points to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 1. A Rams squad that looked like the worst team in the NFL last ...

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