Seattle Seahawks (2-5)
What they’ve done well: There’s not much for coach Jim Mora to feel good about. Future Hall of Fame tackle Walter Jones is on injured reserve with knee problems for the second year in a row and linebacker Lofa Tatupu has a torn left pectoral muscle. The Seahawks do have a solid quarterback in Matt Hasselbeck, but he has been fragile throughout his career and this season. If Hasselbeck can stay in the lineup, the Seahawks can use his right arm and a fairly productive pass rush to try to compete.
Needs improvement: The Seahawks' secondary is sub-par. Seattle allows 224.4 passing yards per game, ranking 18th overall. They also can’t close the deal on interceptions. The Seahawks have just three picks on the year and are tied for last in that category with the Chiefs. While the Seahawks have some speed on defense, they don’t seem to match up well with bigger blockers.
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