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Wednesday Round-Up: Pro Football Focus Picks Secret Weapons For All 32 Teams

Pro Football Focus picked each NFL team's secret weapon for this season.

Good afternoon, 12s. 

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Wednesday, September 27 — about your Seattle Seahawks: 

PFF Picks Secret Weapons For All 32 Teams 

For ESPN Insider, the analysts over at Pro Football Focus identified the secrets to success for every NFL team after researching data points and player metrics from their very own database.

Based on their information, PFF believes the Seahawks' hidden secret weapon this season is rookie Chris Carson, who has had an impressive start to his pro career: 

*This season has been the Year of the Rookie Running Back so far, but don't discount Carson, who almost went undrafted. Because Eddie Lacy began the season as Seattle's starting back, Carson's volume isn't high, but he has made the most of his playing time. Among backs with fewer than 40 carries this season, his nine forced missed tackles are second best, as is his total of 166 yards. Carson also ranks fourth in yards after contact with 100. *

Tweet Of The Day 

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from linebacker Dewey McDonald, who thanked fans for their support after sustaining an ACL injury vs Tennessee. 

More From Around The Web 

The Seahawks will retire Kenny Easley's jersey this weekend. 

Here's a quick update on each team in the NFC West. 

Gregg Bell of The News Tribune shares how Russell Wilson worked with Indianapolis quarterback Jacoby Brissett in North Carolina. 

Dave Wyman of 710 ESPN Seattle hit the film room and looked at how Tennessee running back DeMarco Murray broke free for 75 yards this past Sunday. 

Finally, Tim Booth of The Associated Press looked at how the Seahawks are off to a rare start defensively this season. 

Team photographer Rod Mar shares exclusive behind-the-scenes images from the Seahawks' game against the Tennessee Titans during Week 3 at Nissan Stadium.  

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