Seahawks’ recovery rests with offense

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Published: July 20, 2009

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... in 2008.

It belonged to the Seattle Seahawks.

The reasons why Seattle's offense failed to function last season are well publicized.

Injuries to key veterans, a lack of punch and an outgoing Head Coach whose legendary system had, with all respect, become a little predictable.Training camp begins at the end of July and the task in hand must be to get that offense working again.Sure, there are improvements to be made on defense too.

When Patrick Kerney went on I.R. after week seven, the team failed to generate sufficient pressure up front.The secondary struggled in general whilst even Seattle's coveted linebacker corps failed to impress.

But surely this is to be expected when your defense is over worked?

Seattle's defense ranked 15th overall in 2007.

The team's 15 passing touchdowns conceded was a league low, they ranked fourth in total sacks (45) and only three teams registered more interceptions (20).It's not ...

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