By Brady Henderson
No team threw the ball less often last season than the Seahawks, who averaged a league-low 25 attempts per game.
Even though coach Pete Carroll insists Seattle will remain a run-first offense, that number figures to rise as quarterback Russell Wilson has another year under his belt and another weapon in Percy Harvin at his disposal.
With that in mind, Brock Huard and Danny O'Neil discuss in the video below how often they think the Seahawks will get Harvin the ball.
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