Seattle Seahawks: Winners and Losers After Friday's Preseason Clash with Chiefs

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Seattle Seahawks: Winners and Losers After Friday's Preseason Clash with Chiefs
Steven Bisig-US PRESSWIRE

Head coach Pete Carroll and his Seahawks remained unbeaten in three preseason games.

Riding the impressive throwing and running abilities of rookie quarterback Russell Wilson, Seattle blew away Kansas City 44-14 for its third preseason win in 2012.

First-year running back Robert Turbin turned in a solid performance, crashing through the line to gain 93 yards on the night.

Seattle's defensive unit contributed one touchdown on Earl Thomas' 75-yard pick into the end zone.  Not to be left out, the punting unit factored in their own seven points on Golden Tate's 92-yard touchdown return.

On the downside, combustive wideout Terrell Owens had a so-so night.  He finally caught his first two passes of the preseason, but dropped one very catchable ball.

Seattle's No. 1 draft pick Bruce Irvin continues to struggle and failed to record a tackle or sack.

The upcoming cuts this week means that head coach Pete Carroll must get rid of 15 players to hit the league mandated 75-man limit.  With tonight's blowout, Seattle is clicking on all offensive, defensive and special teams cylinders.

Carroll will face some tough decisions and could lose several talented players.

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