Seattle Seahawks running back, C.J. Prosise is still doubtful heading into the Divisional round this weekend. Earlier this week there was speculation that Prosise could possibly join the Seahawks and take on the Atlanta Falcons this Saturday.
As the week progressed it looks like Prosise still isn’t healthy enough to play this weekend down in Atlanta. Coach Pete Carroll and other sources have reported that Prosise is still not a hundred percent, and that’s what it would take for Prosise to play this weekend.
Prosise hasn’t played since Week 11, when he suffered his scapula injury. Prosise battled injuries all season, having a nagging hamstring issue through training camp and the first few weeks of the season.
Prosise posted these stats during his rookie season: 30 rushes for 172 yards, and 17 receptions for 208 yards. These stats don’t jump out at you but you saw flashes this season just how special Prosise can be moving forward. The key for him is just to stay healthy.
I hope the Seahawks make it to another NFC Championship game (for many reasons), that way we could possibly see the rushing attack of Prosise and Thomas Rawls. That would be exciting to see on the field, let alone a NFC Championship game.