Seattle faces Tampa Bay in a nationally televised game tonight at 5:15 p.m. on NBC.
The Seahawks need a win to revive their season, but most of the betting public is giving Seattle no chance to get a win, particularly with Matt Hasselbeck out.
So what does Seattle need to do in order to win tonight? Does Seneca Wallace have to play big for Seattle to get a W? Should Seattle rely on its running game to control the tempo and keep the clock running?
Will Seattle need a couple turnovers from the defense to get things going? Or Maybe Justin Forsett springs loose for a big punt return?
Let me know your thoughts below.
And here are some Seahawks-related links to get you going.
Dave Boling addresses the question of Mike Holmgren coaching in his final season and if that’s having any affect based on the team’s 1-4 start. He says the two are unrelated.
Frank Hughes says the Seahawks face steep odds against the Bucs today.
Holmgren and protégé Jon Gruden meet for perhaps the last time today.
Aaron Fentress of the Oregonian says Holmgren shouldn’t allow a losing season to lure him back into coaching.
Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald writes about Seattle trying to turn its season around in a nationally televised game at Tampa Bay today.
A game preview from the Associated Press.
Five keys for the Bucs to win tonight.
With the Rays playing in Game 7 of the ALCS against Boston today, there might be a few empty seats at Raymond James Stadium.