It’s a good thing the Seahawks get a fifth preseason game, because they have a lot of unsettled issues as the season begins. The Hawks couldn’t have asked for a better first game than to play the St. Louis Rams at Qwest Field (unless it was the Detroit Lions, of course). Both teams have shaky situations on the offensive line, which could affect the running games. Last September, Julius Jones ran for 140 yards and a touchdown against the Rams, who do not have DT Adam Carriker this time. This should be a good starter game for the Hawks’ revised rushing attack. In fact, it should be a good ramp-up game all around for the Seattle offense. The Rams’ defense was almost as bad as the Seahawks’ last season, so the Seattle line should be able to get in a groove and giv ...
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