The Seahawks took to the practice field Wednesday afternoon as they began preparing for this Sunday’s Prime Time game against Division foes Los Angeles Rams. Sunday will mark back to back prime time contests for the Seahawks who are coming off a roller coaster 37-30 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night.
The Rams are 4-2 in their last six games and have recovered from a three game losing streak that had many people writing them off for dead. A recommitment to the run game lead by Todd Gurley has the 7-5 Rams back in the hunt for a playoff spot.
The resurgence of Gurley and the run game has the Rams looking like last years SuperBowl Finalist a multifaceted high potent offense.
TOO CLOSE TO CALL
If the past is an indicator Sunday’s contest will be a nail biter. The last three contests between the two teams has been by three points a less. Two of the Seahawks last four games have been overtime victories. The close games have served as valuable teaching moments for the Seahawks.
The Seahawks went through a light walk through in morning and the afternoon injury report had no real surprises.