The Seattle Seahawks have lost backup tight end Anthony McCoy for possibly the entire 2013 season after he sustained a torn Achilles during an organized team activity earlier this week.
Hard-fought 20-13 victory over Jeff Fisher’s team serves as good tuneup for playoffs.
The Seahawks are OK at cornerback with Richard Sherman winning his suspension appeal and Trufant returning, but they might be without linebacker Leroy Hill and right tackle Breno Giacomini.
Third-year Seattle Seahawks tight end Anthony McCoy had dropped too many passes in his first two years, but he caught everything Sunday in perhaps his best game.
The Seattle Seahawks put up perhaps its most dominating performance in franchise history, rushing for a season-high 284 yards while creating eight turnovers and setting a team record for points.
Jeff Fisher and his Rams staff out-coached Pete Carroll’s crew, the Rams’ special teams dominated the game and Seattle’s rookie-led passing attack once again came up short as St. Louis held on for a 19-13 win.
With right guard John Moffitt doubtful because of a knee injury and 2011 first-round pick James Carpenter expected to play for the first time this season, it looks like the Seahawks will roll out their fourth line combination in four games.
When the Seahawks resume practice today for their mammoth Monday night home against the Green Bay Packers, it’s pretty obvious what the focus will be on both sides of the ball: the quarterback.