Seattle Limps into Week 11: Seahawks Run the Ball and Look Toward 2010

Posted: 21st November 2009 by Todd Williams in NFL
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Nine games into the season and the Seahawks figured out how to run the ball. Losing their top rusher in Julius Jones early in the game led to a break out game for a player that had previously been on the waiver wire; Justin Forsett. Forsett rushed for 123 yards and a touchdown. Despite a loss that put them three games back in the NFC West, coach Jim Mora and the Seahawks feel that there are reasons to be optimistic. It is great that we are finally starting to see positive signs from this season, but it is getting dangerously late in the season to be optimistic. What the Seahawks need to be right now is confident. If anyone on the team understands this, it is brash wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh, who has been quoted as telling his coach, ôWe are not losing another game.ö You have to li ...

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Seattle Limps into Week 11: Seahawks Run the Ball and Look Toward 2010

Posted: 21st November 2009 by Todd Williams in NFL
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Nine games into the season and the Seahawks figured out how to run the ball. Losing their top rusher in Julius Jones early in the game led to a break out game for a player that had previously been on the waiver wire; Justin Forsett. Forsett rushed for 123 yards and a touchdown. Despite a loss that put them three games back in the NFC West, coach Jim Mora and the Seahawks feel that there are reasons to be optimistic. It is great that we are finally starting to see positive signs from this season, but it is getting dangerously late in the season to be optimistic. What the Seahawks need to be right now is confident. If anyone on the team understands this, it is brash wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh, who has been quoted as telling his coach, ôWe are not losing another game.ö You have to li ...

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Article written by Todd Williams

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