Even with all of the injuries at receiver quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has not panicked and remains confident that Seattle can get things turned around.
Hasselbeck's play will be key today as the Seahawks look to get their first win of the season against St. Louis. Here's a look at what's going on around the NFC West this morning.
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Frank Hughes reports that John Carlson has emerged as the go-to receiver for quarterback Matt Hasselbeck with all of the injuries at receiver. Carlson was expected to be more of a safety valve early on, but has shown more athleticism and ability to get down field than the Seahawks expected..
Dave Boling says the Seahawks must win today to get their season on track.
Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald writes that Hasselbeck has remained composed through all the turmoil created by the injuries as wide receiver.
Here's more from Johnson: At a combined 0-4, the Rams and Seahawks are two teams desperate for a win.
Dallas Morning News columnist Rick Gosselin breaks down Seattle's problems at receiver.
For those looking for a Las Vegas slant on today's game, you can find the betting odds here.
San Francisco 49ers
Matt Maiocco of the Santa Clara Press Democrat writes that Detroit may be hard to cover with big receivers Roy Williams and Calvin Johnson.
More Maiocco: He offers a look at key matchups between the 49ers and the Lions here.
Matt Burrows of the Sacramento Bee offers his scouting report on today's game.
Dan Brown of the San Jose Mercury News writes about offensive coordinator Mike Martz facing his former team.
Greg Cosell of The Sporting News says the Cardinals are the most complete team in the division and Arizona, not Seattle, will win the NFC West.
Mike Tulumello of the East Valley Tribune writes that linebacker Karlos Dansby has emerged as the leader of a pretty good defense for Arizona.
Strong safety Adrian Wilson has taken on more of a mentor role for his team's younger players.
St. Louis Rams
St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Jim Thomas writes that the Rams must protect quarterback Marc Bulger against the Seahawks, which leads the league in sacks.
More from Thomas: He offers a breakdown of today's game against the Seahawks here.
Some news and notes, including cornerback Tye Hill being replace in the starting lineup by Fakhir Brown. Hill has been beaten deep several times in the first two games.