Seahawks Training Camp: A Big Push for The Running Game
SEATTLE, Wash. -- A new coach in Jim Mora and a new focus on offense for the Seattle Seahawks.
Under Mora, the Hawks will be a run first, pass second offense. The team will look to hit a hole and hit it fast.
The Hawks will primarily use a a trifecta of backs: their starter Julis Jones, along with 250-pound back T.J. Duckett, and Cal grad Justin Forsett. But, we may even see rookie Devin Moore.
Jones say it is always good to have at least a couple solid backs.
"You can't really go through a season by yourself," he said. "It's impossible. You got to have two backs and definitely a bigger back to take more of the grunt work is always a good thing too."
"I'll say the last few practices I like what I've seen out of all of them," said Mora. "All of them have made some good cuts. I think they're starting to get a feel for where the hole is going to be and when it is going to be there."