Seattle Seahawks Report Card Week 3: Grading Each Position's Performance

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Seattle Seahawks Report Card Week 3: Grading Each Position's Performance
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The Seattle Seahawks position grades will carry a little more swagger following the team's first win of the 2011 season. Despite only putting up 13 points on a shaky Arizona defense, Seattle did manage to score in the first half. They were shut out in the opening 30 minutes of their prior two games.

A win is a win, and this game was a must for the Seahawks. Their 1-2 record keeps them alive in the NFC West division race. The team is showing steady signs of small improvement as the new bodies begin to gel. 

Almost no national analyst picked Seattle to win this game. Most thought Seattle would be battling for draft positioning to get Andrew Luck. 

However, the Seahawks have other designs on their season, recognizing that their schedule at the end of the year will give them an opportunity to improve and make a late run at the playoffs. 

It is clear the lack of an offseason hurt this team. The question is if the team can pull out a few more wins before midseason. 

They have a defense that will keep them in games. Another question is if the offense can respond and give the defense enough time on the sidelines to stay fresh.

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