Can Seahawks reverse early offensive struggles?

November 09, 2011|By Danny O'Neil, Seattle Times

The season has only been half bad for Seattle's offense.

Whether it's totally awful depends on what the Seahawks do in the second half of the schedule, because through eight games, Seattle has been the dregs.

The Seahawks have scored fewer than 20 points six times, have yet to hold a halftime lead and in the past three games, Seattle has more penalties (29) than points (28).

Looking for a bright side? Well, you're going to have to wait for it.

"We're coming around," coach Pete Carroll said, "and we can see it. The change is happening right before our eyes. So we just have to demonstrate a patience in the sense, in an impatient world, that allows us to make the right decisions and stick with the stuff that we're doing."

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