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The Seahawks have traveled to San Diego to take on the Chargers in their third preseason game of the year, a game that will see the starters get the most playing time of the preseason.
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It was family day here at the VMAC as the Seahawks had their last practice of the week before heading to San Diego tomorrow for a preaseon matchup against the Chargers on Saturday.
"Turnover Thursday" was the motto for Wednesdays practice of preseason week 3 in preparation for the San Diego Chargers.
When: Sunday, 1:25 p.m., CenturyLink Field
Record: 0-2 after Sunday’s 19-9 loss to the Raiders in Oakland
Where they rank: No. 32 on offense (30th passing, 28th rushing); No. 9 on defense (31st rushing, 2nd passing)
TV: CBS (KIRO/7 in Seattle), with Bill Macatee and Steve Tasker
Series: Seahawks lead 4-2, including a 41-0 victory in the last meeting in 2009
Bryan Anger. No one in the league has punted the ball more time than Anger (19), which isn’t surprising when you consider that the Jaguars’ offense is averaging 213.0 yards after two games and has converted 33 percent of its third-down situations (12 of 36) to tie for 23rd in the league. Anger punted a franchise-record 11 times in the opening-day loss to the Chiefs and eight times against the Raiders on Sunday. Anger is averaging 47.6 yards (No. 9 in the league), with a net of 40.6 (No. 16).
ON THE SPOT
Luke Joeckel. The Jaguars’ rookie right tackle, and second pick overall in April’s NFL Draft, had two false start penalties against the Raiders – when there were 49,400 in attendance. Now comes CenturyLink Field, where the Seahawks’ 12th Man fans have helped generate a league-high 123 false starts since 2005. Oh, and Joeckel will be, at one time or another, lined up across from Leo ends Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett. Each had a sack in the Seahawks’ big win over the 49ers on Sunday night.
Will staying in the Bay Area this week, rather than flying from Oakland to Jacksonville on Sunday night and then Jacksonville to Seattle on Friday, help the Jaguars? Hey, it can’t hurt.
NUMBERS TO KNOW
7,340, career rushing yards for Jones-Drew – including 1,606 in 2011 and 1,300-plus in 2009 and 2010. … 7, quarters without a touchdown before the Jaguars scored with 2:53 left to play against the Raiders on Sunday. … 0, turnovers against the Raiders. … 88.9, Henne’s passer rating, which ranks No. 17 in the league. … 104.0, Henne’s passer rating in the fourth quarter, which is No. 5 in the league. … 0, points scored by the Jaguars in the third quarter. … 226, rushing yards by the Raiders on Sunday.
|THE LAST WORD
“You don’t want to have that negative aura around your team so you focus on getting better.”
Jaguars Linebacker Geno Hayes to the Florida Times-Union
It starts at the top with Bradley, who was the Seahawks’ defensive coordinator the past four seasons. On his staff are offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch, who was the Seahawks quarterbacks coach in 2010; defensive line coach Todd Wash, who held the same position with the Seahawks the past two seasons; and assistant offensive line coach Luke Butkus, who was a quality control coach with the Seahawks in 2010-11.
The roster also is stocked with former Seahawks: defensive end Jason Babin (2007-08), cornerback Will Blackmon (who was in training camp this summer), running back Justin Forsett (2008-11), safety Winston Guy (2012) and linebacker Kyle Knox (who was on the practice squad last December).