Playing in the shadow of Marshawn Lynch is not an easy task. But when Robert Turbin gets his opportunities to be the lead back the production follows, as was the case in the Seahawks’ preseason home opener.
One of the more impressive performances in the Seahawks’ impressive victory over the Chargers on Friday night was turned in by O’Brien Schofield, who wasn’t even supposed to be with the team this summer.
The Seahawks ran for five touchdowns, including four by quarterbacks Russell Wilson, Terrelle Pryor and B.J. Daniels, during a 41-14 romp over the Chargers in their preseason home opener on Friday night.
Rookie Justin Britt continues to work at right tackle on the Seahawks’ No. 1 offensive line. But he’s also using the experience of Eric Winston, the veteran he’s competing with for the starting job, to help with his transition to the NFL.
After dropping their preseason opener to the Broncos in Denver last week, the Seahawks return to CenturyLink Field on Friday night to host the San Diego Chargers at what has been a special venue for them.
The competition between incumbent Tarvaris Jackson and newcomer Terrelle Pryor to be the Seahawks’ backup quarterback to Russell Wilson moves to another level – and location – in Friday night’s preseason home opener.