Seahawks' offense surging at right time
Over the last three games, the Seahawks have once again established themselves as an offensive force.
Over the last three games, the Seahawks have lived up to Holmgren's declaration by tearing off yardage in chunks and again establishing themselves as an offensive force.
Starting with the Nov. 16 game against the Detroit Lions, the Seahawks have averaged 33.6 points per game, a dramatic increase over the 23.6 points per game they averaged in the previous nine contests. And they've done so with a passing game that is consistently making big plays.
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