HC Pete Carroll also made clear Monday that the team will continue to look for ways to get Rashaad Penny in the game. The way the Seahawks appeared to be using them Sunday — two series for Chris Carson, one for Penny to start out and then ride the hot hand — might be a logical way they will go for a while.
Carson had a bit of a breakout game, carrying 32 times for 102 yards while Penny had just three carries and while he wasn't credited with a fumble, the story made it seem like it should have been his. The story said the team isn't going to give up on their first round pick after three games. Penny did miss preseason time with a broken finger.