Sunday the Seattle Seahawks close out the first half of the season when the Jacksonville Jaguars come to town, and it has been a season that so far many fans might prefer to forget. Sitting at 2-5 as the Jags fly to town, Seattle has played the last two game without both Russell Wilson and Chris Carson, while also dealing with multiple other injuries through the first seven weeks of the season.
The Jaguars, however, potentially represent an opportunity to face off against a 1-5 opponent before heading into the bye, which brings with it the possibility of a return to health before getting into the back stretch of the season.
In any case, when the two teams play there is no guarantee the Hawks will have the starting left side of their offensive line on the field, as both Duane Brown and Damien Lewis are Questionable.
Pete Carroll said Friday that both Lewis and Brown should be good to play Sunday, but obviously things could change between now and Sunday. Alex Collins is also listed as Questionable, just as he was prior to playing in Week 7, so it also seems likely he should be able to play Sunday as well.