Dissecting the Seattle Seahawks' Weakest Links

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Dissecting the Seattle Seahawks' Weakest Links
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Now that the Seattle Seahawks have won a couple games and can rest and regroup during their bye week, what better time could there be to examine their problem areas. Yep, I'm crazy like that.

To be honest, this Seahawks team is sitting prettier than I thought they would when the season began. Considering their very tough opening schedule and my admitted preconceived notions of weaknesses at certain position groups I had them at 5-5 at this point of the season.

When you think about the opening Arizona Cardinals game and the disappointing loss to the Detroit Lions on the road, they could be looking even better (with or without the controversial Packers win).

No doubt Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and his staff will be scouting their players and coaching staff in the upcoming week and will attempt to put in place fixes and enhancements designed to propel them to the NFL playoffs.

In the following slides I've broken down just some of the areas I feel the Seahawks will focus on.

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