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Century Links 5/26: Do Seahawks Spend Too Much Time in Base Defense?


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Seahawks' pass rush struggles were connected to use of base defense
Old teammates Dave Wyman and Mark Schlereth explained what they've seen from watching 2019 Seahawks games that explain why they struggled getting to the QB.

What If... the Seahawks Franchise Tagged Steve Hutchinson?
Seattle had an opportunity to retain the best guard in the NFL at the time, but general manager Tim Ruskell made a huge gaffe by choosing not to use the franchise tag in a move that may have cost the team a shot at another Super Bowl appearance.

Touchdown Wire ranks Seahawks’ offense 7th-best in NFL
USA TODAY's Touchdown Wire has ranked the Seattle Seahawks' offense the seventh-best in NFL heading into the 2020 regular season.

Seahawks 2020 schedule: Predicting every game, matchup odds, opponent win totals, record projection -
Seattle should once again compete in one of the NFL's most competitive divisions

Seahawks news: Former NFL star believes Russell Wilson is the 'most underrated' QB in the NFL
Seahawks star quarterback Russell Wilson is a Super Bowl champion and seven-time Pro-Bowler, but one former NFL player says he's underrated.

Seahawks 2020 Opponent Breakdown: Cowboys
The Seahawks and Cowboys have played in several instant classics over the years. With both teams entering a new season with playoff aspirations, Week 3 should be another tightly contested contest when Dallas travels to CenturyLink Field.

Fantasy Football: Chris Carson Still Seahawks' Lead Back After Carlos Hyde Signing - Sports Illustrated
Chris Carson is still the RB1 for the Seahawks despite Carlos Hyde signing with Seattle. Fantasy football owners should draft Carson with confidence.

Seattle Seahawks: Carlos Hyde signing sends conflicting messages
The Seattle Seahawks recently agreed to a deal with free agent running back Carlos Hyde. However, the new addition sends some conflicting messages.

Seattle Lawyer Weighs in on Quinton Dunbar's Armed Robbery Case
Dunbar, who was released on bail one week ago, has maintained his innocence in connection to an armed robbery in Miramar, Florida. A local lawyer weighs in on his case, including his decision to turn himself in and what could happen next.

Aikman believes Cowboys, Prescott will reach deal
Contract negotiations between the Dallas Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott have been a hot topic this offseason, and Troy Aikman offered his thoughts on the situation and what he believes will eventually happen.

Jets safety Jamal Adams unlikely to be extended, traded in near future
Will the Jets lock up Jamal Adams long term? Will they trade him to the Cowboys? NFL Network's Ian Rapoport explains why neither scenario is imminent for the star safety.

Bears' Nagy to use starters in preseason, regrets 2019 benching
Matt Nagy made a controversial decision last year, electing to sit his starters in the preseason. The move ultimately backfired, leading the third-year Bears coach to change his approach this offseason.

Will 4th and 15 be better than 8 out of 63?
Only eight of 63 (12.7 percent) onside kick attempts in the NFL were recovered in 2019, per NFL Research. Hence why fourth-and-15 might be a better proposition.

Can Joe Burrow be a winner as a Bengals rookie?
All signs point to the No. 1 overall pick being the starter for Cincinnati, but historical stats say being a rookie winner is unlikely.

Chances are Foles, Trubisky will each start for Bears
A look into the Bears’ tumultuous history with quarterbacks suggests Mitchell Trubisky and Nick Foles will each start for Chicago in 2020.

Ty Summers aiming for a starting linebacker spot in Green Bay - ProFootballTalk

Cassius Marsh excited for "great opportunity" with Jaguars - ProFootballTalk

Jaguars PR director details reopening plan for team on Tuesday - ProFootballTalk

Gale Sayers paid tribute to Brian Piccolo 50 years ago tonight - ProFootballTalk

Fewer than 20 percent of all draft picks have signed - ProFootballTalk