Updated Dec 17, 2012 - 1:57 pm
Is Seahawks' identity shifting to offense?
The Seahawks have averaged more than 3.5 offensive touchdowns per game since they were held out of the end zone in a Week 7 loss to San Francisco. Ten of their 25 offensive touchdowns during that seven-game span have come in the last two weeks against Arizona and Buffalo.
The total was 10 over the first seven games.
That trend had Brock Huard and Mike Salk wondering whether the Seahawks are becoming more of an offensive team as opposed to a defensive-minded one.
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