Pete Carroll said last weekend that starters would play in the preseason finale, but on Friday he made it sound like that was less certain, so the first questions will be seeing who is actually playing when the offense and defense both take the field for the first time.
"I know you guys all want to know who's playing, you guys will find out when we get there how we're doing that," Carroll said.
If Russell Wilson and the No. 1 offense do get any playing time, it will be the first chance to see Seattle's new offense in a game setting, or at least a preseason game setting. So far, the Seahawks have managed only 10 points in their two preseason games, but they've also rested their entire starting offense with the exception of possible starting center Kyle Fuller. So if the starters do see any action, it would be encouraging to see that group build on what it has shown in camp.