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The Seahawks hold a fourth quarter lead, but for the second straight week the game is taking a toll on the health of the roster.
It’s been a decade since the 2013 Seahawks won the Super Bowl, and the franchise honored the team at halftime.
It’s only Week 3, but the Seahawks will be without four starters with Abe Lucas already on injured reserve and Jamal Adams still recovering from his 2022 injury.
Taylor thought he had recorded a sack and a great hit, but the officials and league office had other news for him.
With both starting safeties battling injuries, it is no surprise Seattle added depth at the position ahead of facing Carolina.
A jolting loss to the Rams in Week 1 put a big dent in fan confidence, but the Week 2 win over Detroit put fans back in optimistic mode.
The win over the Lions in Week 2 came at a cost, and hopefully the Seahawks won’t pay the price with a Week 3 loss.
The Seahawks have struggled to stop opposing offenses, while the Panthers have struggled to move the ball so far in 2023. Something’s got to give in Week 3.
The list of players not practicing includes four of the five Week 1 starters in the secondary.
In honor of the tenth anniversary of the 2013 Super Bowl winning team, the Hawks will wear a certain uniform combination at home for the first time in team history.