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Seattle has parted ways with offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell after seven inconsistent seasons.
A win is a win…but the Seahawks offense continues to be a major are of concern.
The Seahawks engineered another late touchdown drive to beat the Texans.
The Seahawks have added 14-year veteran defensive end Dwight Freeney.
Russell Wilson threw for 321 yards and three touchdowns in the blowout victory.
Seattle’s defense forced five turnovers and only allowed the explosive Rams offense to score one touchdown.
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Tennessee’s controlled the ball for 20 minutes in the first half, wearing out Seattle’s defense in the heat. The defense then fell apart in the second half.
Paul Richardson ended the Seahawks touchdown drought at 7.5 quarters as Seattle beat the Niners by three.