The Seattle Seahawks offense hasn’t been in sync in the first half of the season and wide reciever Doug Baldwin says that finding an identity is the first step in improving.
“(It’s) very similar in terms of the struggles that we’ve had on offense, but the better part of it is that we’re 4-2-1. We’re not 3-4,” Baldwin said, via MyNortWest.com.
“We’re not in that situation so we’re better off right now but … what I’m really excited about and what I’m really thankful for is that we’ve had a lot of experience together offensively going through those adversities and so I’m really excited to see what we can put together because it kind of lights a fire under your tail when you have the struggles that we’ve had the past two, three weeks. You’ve got to look at yourself in the mirror and see what we can do better.”
“We take some time to figure out who we are again,” he said. “That’s one of the key questions: Who are we as a Seattle Seahawks offense? We have to take the time to figure that out. And, obviously, our identity, our philosophy on offense is we’re going to be relentless, and that means running the ball down your throat, being explosive in the passing game and not turning the ball over. Sometimes we have to find our way through that again. We’ve been doing that for the past few years and it’s been successful for us, being able to finish in the latter part of the season, so hopefully we’re on to that next step.”