Seahawks vs. Lions: 5 Takeaways from Seattle’s 13-10 Win

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Oct 5, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; Detroit Lions defensive end Jason Jones (91) tackles Seattle Seahawks middle linebacker Bobby Wagner (54) during the first quarter at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

2. The offensive line is trash

The Seahawks cannot run the ball. They cannot protect Russell Wilson. It was brutal to watch.

The belief was always that the line would struggle early, but then improve as the season went along. We’re now four games into the season, and there’s been zero improvement.

Tom Cable has been given a chance to hand-pick his line, and this is what he’s managed to create. It is well passed time to remove all personnel control from Cable.  All of Seattle’s struggles thus far in the season are on him. He needs to get this fixed.

It might be time to get Patrick Lewis on the field at center as well. Nowak is missing way too many blocks, and tonight he caused two fumbles because of bad snaps and other with a missed block. Wilson got one back, the Lions recovered the other and got nothing out of it, and the third was returned for the touchdown.

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