The Seattle Seahawks signed wide receiver Sidney Rice for his hands, but there's at least a little pressure on his shoulders in Seattle's home opener against Arizona on Sunday.
That's not a comment on the injury that kept him out of the first two regular-season games this year, but the reality that Seattle's offense very much needs the kind of spark Rice was signed to provide.
Seattle has scored a league-low 17 points, none in the first half of either game. They have gained a league-low 383 yards, a total that 13 different teams surpassed in Week 2 alone.
Rice can't wait.
"I felt great all week," he said. "I'm just ready to get to Sunday and get out there and play ball."
You shouldn't be starting Rice this week, even though Arizona is a fairly favorable matchup.