The Seahawks welcome the 1-12 Tampa Bay Buccaneers as they try to get last weekÆs game in Houston out of their minds. With the frustrations mounting for the coaching staff and players, who know their jobs may be on the line, look for the Seahawks to come out with more fire this week.
Tampa Bay brings in the 25th ranked passing attack in the NFL, led by rookie Quarterback Josh Freeman.
While the numbers arenÆt impressive, as is expected with a young QB, the potential is certainly there. With larger wide receivers like Michael Clayton and Antonio Bryant matching up against SeattleÆs smaller corners, the Buccaneers will try to create match-up problems in the secondary.
The much maligned Seahawks secondary comes into the game ranked 29th in the NFL, giving up 252 yards a game thro ...
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Article written by Todd Williams