Super Bowl XLVIII: Seahawks On Offense

The Seattle Seahawks have struggled on offense.  They have had several injuries and were without their star receiver Percy Harvin for the NFC Championship game.  (It looks like he will be able to play in the Super Bowl.) The one bright spot for the Seahawks offense is Marshawn Lynch (Beast Mode) and their running game.  He is powerful runner and does not have a problem bulldozing through defensive linemen.

Here are the probable starters and key players for the Seahawks offense.

Read Offense Controls the Game to review the responsibilities of each player.

Russell Wilson (#3)

Max Unger (#60)

Guards and Tackles
James Carpenter (#77) – Left Guard
J.R. Sweezy (#64)- Right Guard
Russell Okung (#76) – Left Tackle
Breno Giacomini (#68) – Right Tackle

Tight End
Zach Miller (#86)

Wide Receivers
Golden Tate (#81)
Doug Baldwin (#89)
Percy Harvin (#11)

Running Backs
Marshawn Lynch (#24) – 1260 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns
Michael Robinson (#26)

Tomorrow we will look at Denver’s defense.

Get in the game!

Posted on January 27, 2014 at 9:01 am

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