Updated Sep 11, 2012 - 1:25 pm
After struggling in opener, Hawks' offense needs help
The Seahawks had their share of issues in Sunday's season-opening loss to the Cardinals.
They couldn't protect quarterback Russell Wilson and it took too long to apply pressure to Arizona's John Skelton. Like last season, penalties negated big plays and gave the Cardinals more opportunities.
And then there was the wide receivers' inability to win one-on-one matchups, most evident on Seattle's final drive. Brock Huard offers some solutions for that problem in the video below.
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