Seattle Seahawks: 10 Players Who Need to Improve after the Bye Week

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Seattle Seahawks: 10 Players Who Need to Improve after the Bye Week
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The Seattle Seahawks (6-4) head into their bye week coming off a two-game winning streak against the Minnesota Vikings and New York Jets.

Since the start of the season, the Seahawks look like they're continuing to get better, and winning two home games before going back on the road puts them in a great position going into their final six weeks.

Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson has looked like a completely different quarterback in the most recent five weeks compared to the first five of the season. Though his receivers have struggled on occasion with dropped passes and the offensive line has been fighting through injury issues, overall the offense has improved as the season progresses.

The Seattle defense has been strong against the run this season in games where they haven't been up against Adrian Peterson and Frank Gore. They've also played well against the pass outside of games against Tom Brady and Matthew Stafford.  Despite their solid play, they've been unable to get off the field on third down at times and have other areas they could show some improvement on after the bye week.

While Seattle has been improving on offense and proven they have a potentially elite defense, they have 10 players on the roster who will need to show improvement when the team comes back to head into the final six games of the season.

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