Rashaad Penny was virtually non-existent in Seahawks loss

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Rashaad Penny was virtually non-existent in Seahawks loss
Rashaad Penny was virtually non-existent in Seahawks loss

Prior to the season, Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll described the team's running back situation as 1A and 1B between Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny. Now, through seven weeks, that statement could not be further from the truth. That was never more apparent than it was on Sunday, as Carson saw the field for 64 of Seattle's 72 offensive snaps, carrying the ball 21 times for 65 yards. Meanwhile, Penny didn't receive a single carry or target, and in fact was only on the field for two total snaps. He was outpaced by third-down back C.J. Prosise, who had six snaps and carried the ball once, as well as fullback Nick Bellore, who has barely played on offense at all this year but saw four offensive

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