The Seahawks shook off a terrible first half in which they trailed by 17 points to rally for the 23-20 victory to improve to 4-0 for the first time in franchise history.
The Seattle Seahawks scored 20 unanswered points in the second half to defeat the Houston Texans 23-20.
There’s a possibility the Seattle Seahawks could be missing 3 of their 5 starting offensive lineman Sunday. Against Houston, that’s a problem! Coach Pete Carroll said after Friday’s practice in Renton it will be game […]
No the headline isn’t a typo. Twelve Seahawks are listed on the injury report as Seattle hopes to go 4-0 for the first time in franchise history against the 2-1 Houston Texans.
Steve & Art Thiel talk with WSU play by play announcer Bud Nameck, CBS Sports NFL expert Rob Rang, NFL Nation reporter covering the Houston Texas Tania Ganguli, and UW Football play by play announcer Bob Rondeau
Injury concerns for the offensive line grab the most attention at Wednesday’s Seahawks practice in Renton. Pro bowl left tackle Russell Okung is already out with a torn big toe ligament. Coach Pete Carroll now revealed right tackle Breno Giacomini is dealing with a sore knee.
It’s amazing how much teams can change from season to season, even without a huge personnel overhaul. But unlike most teams in the NFL, Seattle has been surprisingly consistent over the past couple of years.
Pete Carroll called a special team meeting early last week to make sure that coming off a division victory over San Francisco in Week 2, the Seahawks didn’t jump ahead to an anticipated Week 4 matchup at Houston. Their focus was where Carroll wanted it last weekend and the Seahawks now have a shot at being 4-0 for the first time.
To quote legendary announcer Gorilla Monsoon, the game between the Houston Texans and the Seattle Seahawks may end up being “The irresistible force meets the immovable object…” as both teams rank in the top 10 in several key offensive and defensive statistics.
The Houston Texans have long seen their offense strike when the iron is hot and consistently run up the score, but they’ve needed the defense to keep the lead. With some players leaving and others are not living up to the hype, J.J. Watt brings the whole package to a team that is getting better every season.