The Seattle Seahawks’ Monday night fiasco against the St. Louis Rams showcased and exacerbated the problems with the team’s passing game. Quarterback Russell Wilson was sacked seven times and hit or rushed nearly every time he dropped back to pass. He managed to pass for 139 yards, but 80 of those yards came on one play. In fact, other than that 80 yard TD pass to Golden Tate, the Seahawks pass offense looked dead.
The outlook got even worse after the game when it was revealed that Sidney Rice tore his ACL and would be out for the remainder of the season. With an offensive line that looked like Swiss cheese against St. Louis and with their most experienced receiver sidelined, the Seahawks need to come up with some offensive solutions if they hope to make a run at the Super Bowl.no comments