Pete Carroll’s solution to Seahawks’ second-half offensive woes? ‘We have to run it more’

Letting Russ Cook could hardly have worked better the first half of the season, as Russell Wilson spent much of September and October on an NFL-record pace for touchdown passes and the Seahawks led the league in scoring. But the stunning home playoff loss Saturday to the Rams added more flame to the debate about what happened to Seattle’s offense in the second half of the season. The Seahawks were held to a season-low 278 yards, and Wilson completed just 11 passes, tied for the ninth-fewest of his career, regular season or playoffs. And in the aftermath of the offense’s second-half slide, coac…

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