Passing PC-PA Yds. TD Int.
Rick Mirer, Seattle 209-391 2,564 13 20
Stan Humphries, S.D. 282-478 3,381 17 14
Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD
Chris Warren, Seattle 310 1,346 4.3 15
Steve Broussard, Seattle 46 222 4.8 1
Aaron Hayden, S.D. 128 470 3.7 3
Terrell Fletcher, S.D. 26 140 5.4 1
Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD
Brian Blades, Seattle 77 1,001 13.0 4
Joey Galloway, Seattle 67 1,039 15.5 7
Tony Martin, S.D. 90 1,224 13.6 6
Terrell Fletcher, S.D. 3 26 8.7 0
Seahawks: DE Matt LaBounty (knee) out, LB James Logan (leg) out, LB Terry Wooden (hamstring) doubtful, LB Michael Barber (knee) doubtful, TE Christian Fauria (finger) probable, G Pete Kendall (thumb) probable.
Chargers: G Isaac Davis (knee) out, G Eric Moten (knee) out, WR Jimmy Oliver (knee) out, C Courtney Hall (knee) questionable, G/T Troy Sienkiewicz (knee) questionable.
San Diego’s offense isn’t too complicated. Physical linemen push forward, running backs run up their backsides, and, on occasion, QB Humphries wings a long pass for the quick strike.
Seattle’s primary concern will be holding its position, despite a linebacking corp depleted by injury. However, the Hawks’ defensive front has been especially tough in preseason and they’ll need to show it today.
Hawks’ offense, meanwhile, has far more proven weapons and should be able to find the end zone. The two big ifs - a restructured offensive line and up-and-down quarterback Rick Mirer. If they’re both on, Seattle wins by a TD; if not, Chargers by a field goal.
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