There are many things wrong with the Seahawks offense at the moment.
But according to coach Pete Carroll, quarterback Russell Wilson’s pectoral injury is not among the issues moving forward.
Via Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, Carroll said the sore pectoral muscle that limited Wilson in practice last week might have limited his ability to throw deep against the Saints, but he didn’t think it would bother him this week.
“I’m fired up to see him come back this week and get back after it,’’ Carroll said.
Wilson ditched his ankle brace but still has one on his knee, and his injuries are obviously a factor in his and the team’s inability to run. That has led to a tie and a loss their last two games, the story pointed out. The piece added the Seahawks are 29th in points scored (18.7), and just 23rd in yards (339.9). They’ve scored one offensive touchdown in their last nine quarters, and have been held to one touchdown or less in four of their seven games.