The good, the bad and the ugly from Seahawks loss to the 49ers Week 2
By Almar Reyes
The Seahawks non-existent offense
Coming into this game, we knew it will be a sloppy game due to the rain. What we didn’t realize is that it will greatly affect Seattle’s game as a whole. Like I said earlier, they cannot blame the weather for their inefficiency on the field, but what happened to their offense?
Their run game was nowhere to be seen even with the addition of second-round pick rookie Ken Walker, who was coming from hernia surgery. The combination of Rashaad Penny and Walker was only able to muster 25 rushing yards on 10 attempts. Say that again, only 25 rush yards from two players, what in the world does this team do to have such a pitiful run game?
Seattle cannot establish the run in order to help Geno Smith in this game. Geno was not able to find his grove against a relentless pass rush by the 49ers. Geno was his usual self only throwing for 197 yards but unlike their Week 1 win vs the Broncos, he was not able to throw for a touchdown in this game.
The Seahawks must find a solution to boost this offense well enough to be in the game. Anything that can help jumpstart this offense will do, but please, no more DeeJay Dallas trickery.