After their polar-opposite performances in their past two games, the Seahawks will be looking for a Giant-sized effort rather than a Brown-out showing against the Bengals this week.
Who are these guys? That question has been posed repeatedly as the Seahawks have ventured into the Eastern time zone for their past two games – first by New York-area reporters after the new-look Seahawks had upset the Giants in Week 5 and again last week as they were preparing to play the Browns in Cleveland. After the Seahawks’ polar-opposite performances in those games, they’ve got me pondering the same question. Are they the defensively opportunistic, no-huddling offensive team that rallied to defeat the Giants? Or, the defensively dominating, yet offensive-starter-deprived team that scored three points in letting a winnable game slip through their hands in Cleveland? What the Seahawks are is a 2-4 team that hosts the 4-2 Cincinnati Bengals at CenturyLink Field on Sunday, then travels to Dallas to face the 3-3 Cowboys before playing the 4-2 Baltimore Ravens in Week 10. The Seahawks are a play here and a play there from being 5-1. They were on the verge of grabbing a victory in their season opener at San Francisco before the 49ers’ Ted Ginn returned to kicks for touchdowns in less than a minute late in the fourth quarter. Th
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