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Behind Enemy Lines: Seahawks-Vikings, Part 2

In Part Two of our preseason preview, Tim Yotter of Viking Update asks Seahawks.NET's Doug Farrar five questions about the home team in Saturday's Seattle-Minnesota clash at Qwest. Who's really to blame for the Poison Pill, how close is Nate Burleson to starting, and why aren't there any E.J. Henderson questions in this series? (Answer: We're sick and tired of talking about it.)

Tim Yotter: Obviously, the offensive line had tremendous struggles against Green Bay last week. Was that just because of Walter Jones and Sean Locklear were missing or are there greater concerns for the line even once they return? Doug Farrar: The absence of Jones and Locklear was the primary problem, but the resulting debacle outlined a concern for the Seahawks - an alarming lack of...

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