Seahawks – Seattle Seahawks matchup

SEATTLE – Seahawks running back Chris Carson was inert for Thursday night’s down against the Los Angeles Rams due to a neck injury.

The Seahawks were additionally without tight end Gerald Everett, who stays on COVID-19/save and missed his subsequent straight game.


Carson was recorded as problematic in the wake of missing practice Tuesday and Wednesday as a result of what mentor Pete Carroll portrayed as a common neck issue that erupted back up this week. Carson was as yet sore on Thursday morning

Alex Collins got the heft of the work in Carson’s nonappearance. He gave the Seahawks a sparkle last end of the week in their success over the San Francisco 49ers, with his 28-yard get launching their first score drive after five straight three-and-outs to start the game.

Collins wrapped up with 78 yards and a score on 12 contacts.

With Rashaad Penny on harmed hold for something like two additional games, Seattle’s other accessible running backs against the Rams were DeeJay Dallas and Travis Homer, who have generally utilized indifference in pace circumstances.

Seattle’s other inactives: cautious tackle Robert Nkemdiche, hostile handles Stone Forsythe and Jake Curhan, and cornerback John Reid.

Right tackle Brandon Shell and cautious end Benson Mayowa were dynamic in the wake of missing the beyond two games. Cautious end L.J. Collier was likewise dynamic after Seattle’s 2019 first-round pick was a solid scratch in three of the initial four games.

The Rams’ inactives were quarterback Bryce Perkins, linebacker Chris Garrett, hostile lineman AJ Jackson, tight end Brycen Hopkins and cautious lineman Bobby Brown III.

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