Seattle Seahawks’ Offense Is a Rough Work in Progress

September 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Seahawks’ offense can thank Leon Washington and Earl Thomas for the win Sunday. 
Washington’s two mammoth kick returns for touchdowns and Thomas’ two interceptions were the reason the Seahawks won a game in which they were outgained almost 2-1.
And they’re the reason the Hawks are now 2-1 and leading the winless 49ers by two games in the NFC West.
The Seahawks quite obviously are a very rough work in progress on offense, as their horrible performance against San Diego confirmed. Among their gaffes:
Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck threw his third red-zone interception of the season.
Deion Branch fumbled the ball out of the end zone from the half-yard line, turning a touchdown into a touchback.
The Seahawks totally screwed time management and play calling at the end of the first half, costing themselves at least a field goal.
Ben Hamilton and Chris Spencer pulled an ole on the goal line that allowed Hasselbeck to be sacke...

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