Seahawks are very balanced
Joe Theismann takes a look at the Seattle Seahawks' offense.
Contrary to popular belief, Seattle is not a one-man team (MVP Shaun Alexander). The Seahawks can throw the ball, too, and QB Matt Hasselbeck has the ability to lead his team, even in the face of Pittsburgh's suffocating blitz scheme. He will be helped Sunday by the fact that he has more than one weapon in the passing game.
Whenever Hasselbeck drops back to pass, he'll have options such as TE Jerramy Stevens and WRs Joe Jurevicius, Bobby Engram and Darrell Jackson. That will be helpful because the Steelers won't be able to focus on taking one receiver out of the game to stymie the passing attack, as the Hawks did to the Carolina Panthers and WR Steve Smith in the NFC Championship Game.
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