Rest of the offense
Chris Carson was pretty good, if underused, in the first five games of the year but then, as he seems to do every season, he got hurt. This time the issue is his neck and there is no telling how long he will be out. Alex Collins stepped in to replace him and was great in the second half against the Steelers and finished with over 100 yards rushing that game. But most of what Collins has gotten in rushing yards since then seems to be mostly on his own with not-great blocking.
No other running back has more than 60 yards rushing but Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas have combined to catch all 16 of their pass targets for 175 yards.
Wide receivers/tight ends
This is a bit of a weird category. DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett have been very good (combined for 1,159 yards receiving and 11 touchdowns), though their targets in each game have been up and down through no fault of their own. Freddie Swain has been decent in spots but mostly goes unnoticed. The tight ends have combined for 31 targets through 8 games so not nearly enough when you have the talent of Gerald Everett and Will Dissly on your team.
Grade: C+ (the grade is more due to the use of the tight ends than the players themselves)
The Seahawks failed to find a center this offseason and it has cost them. Neither Kyle Fuller or Ethan Pocic (Pocic has most been hurt again) are good. Left guard Damien Lewis hasn’t been as good this year since flipping from the right side and is graded as the 61st-best guard in the NFL, per Pro Football Focus. Duane Brown appears to be showing his age this year and is the 32nd-highest-graded tackle and Brandon Shell is 44th. The line has allowed 26 sacks, second-highest in the league.