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Behind Enemy Lines: Seahawks/Packers, Pt. 4

Behind Enemy Lines: Seahawks/Packers, Pt. 4

In the conclusion of our exclusive series previewing the Monday night game, Doug Farrar of Seahawks.NET answers the final five of ten questions from's Todd Korth. Doug discusses the suddenly porous run defense, Seattle's improved special teams and how the Seahawks can avoid their second straight upset loss.

Todd Korth: Seattle's rush defense struggled against the 49ers last Sunday. Is that the weakest area on the team? Doug Farrar: No, I’d say that the O-Line and the cornerback rotation would vie for that spot. The run defense has been a problem, but I think it has more to do with coaching and discipline than anything else. They have the talent to rank in the top ten in run defense – even with DT... Recommended Stories

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