Updated Sep 17, 2012 - 8:03 pm
Seahawks O-line showed improvement in Week 2
The Seahawks' offensive line was a source of concern after the Cardinals sacked Russell Wilson three times and applied constant pressure on the rookie quarterback in Week 1.
Seattle allowed two sacks to Dallas on Sunday, but otherwise kept Wilson clean despite starting a backup at left tackle.
"That was a classic example of a guy having to step up and play like a first teamer and today he did," coach Pete Carroll said of veteran Frank Omiyale, who started in place of Russell Okung.
In the video below, Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby discuss the admirable job that Omiyale and the rest of Seattle's offensive line did against the Cowboys.
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