Lynch still banged up, but with only two of the eight players listed as out this week (Lynch is not one of them), things don’t look bad for Seattle.
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Center Max Unger has been a key to the Seahawks’ third-ranked rushing attack, as well as a steadying influence for rookie QB Russell Wilson and a revolving quartet of guards.
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.
The second-year linebacker played well in a spot start for Hill last week and figures to play a lot this week — whether he starts or not.
Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Carpenter, whose knee is bothering him, was placed on the reserve/non-football illness list, and little-used wide receiver Braylon Edwards was waived/injured.
The Seahawks have invested three high draft picks on guys they expected to spearhead the rebuilding of the offensive line, but those three have had very little to do with the development of the unit.
In news that should come as no surprise to anyone, the Seahawks will be starting yet another combination up front when they face Dallas on Sunday. It will be the 18th starting line combination for the Seahawks in Carroll’s 34 games as coach