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Pete Carroll is in the NFL for the third time. If he’s learned anything now is the time to show it. The NFC West is wide open as the Arizona Cardinals revamp and the San Francisco 49ers build steadily with Mike Singletary. Pete Carroll and the Seahawks could blow the division apart if they can hold their. With the San Diego Chargers and Tennessee Titans on the Qwest Field schedule, along with road trips to take on the saints and the Vikings, Seattle has their hands full in what should be a tight race in the NFC West.
Printed on the back of Seattle Seahawks Tickets: “Jim Mora, we hardly knew ya.” Seriously, the firing of Jim Mora Jr. and the hiring of Pete Carroll by the Seattle Seahawks caught most of the NFL world by surprise. True, Jim Mora went 5-11 in his first full year at the helm of the Seahawks, but some NFL coaches have done worse. It was just an alignment of the stars or something along those lines. The Seahawks wanted and elite coach and Pete Carroll wanted a fresh start away from USC and another shot at the NFL. Whatever the case, Carroll has stepped in and is putting his own stamp on the Seahawks. Quick fix or long term project, the Seattle Seahawks are Pete Carroll’s team. Come along for the ride with Seattle Seahawks tickets.
The Seattle Seahawks have now been under three different offensive coordinators in three seasons. That adds up to confusion for both the team and Seahawks tickets holders. In that spirit Pete Carroll has installed Jeremy Bates in the position, hoping to build on the zone blocking scheme made popular in Denver. One of the biggest questions is whether Matt Hasselbeck will retain his role as starting quarterback or yield the position to the recently acquired Charlie Whitehurst. While Hasselbeck is coming off the worst season of his career, Whitehurst has never thrown a pass in an NFL regular season game. The obvious is that Hasselbeck will start but if he falters, he’ll get the hook in favor of Whitehurst fairly quickly.
A stable of running backs come to the Seahawks by hook and by crook, a group that includes, LenDale White, Leon Washington, Justin Forsett, and Julius Jones. They’ll get playing time but White and Forsett may have the edge. Seahawks ticket holders can expect bigger and better things from wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh, a disappointment in his first year with the Seahawks. With Burleson gone Carroll went to the draft and picked up Golden Tate, a Notre Dame product with big play talent.
Some stability remains as Defensive Coordinator Casey Bradley stays on board for his second year. Unlike many in the NFL, Carroll is a proponent of the 4-3 although the Seahawks will play their own variation of the scheme. Chris Clemons comes to the Seahawks with the ability to rush the passer and still contribute on run plays. While Brandon Mebane and Colin Cole stuff the run from the tackle position, Lawrence Jackson will provide pressure from the end. Seattle really needs Linebackers Lofa Tatupa to return to his big play ways and Aaron Curry to become more consistent. While the cornerback position got burned over the course of 2009, that was more a reflection of poor pass rush than lack of talent. Marcus Trufant has had a year to recover from back surgery enters the season in good health. While Josh Wilson is the starter on the other side, he could spend the year holding off Walter Thurmond.
Week 5 preview: Seahawks at Redskins
WPTZ The Champlain Valley
The Seahawks boast an even more opportunistic secondary. The Seahawks are allowing just 2.8 yards per carry, but can expect a heavy dose of RB Alfred Morris. Seattle has yet to face a potent ground game and Washington has to build Cousin's confidence ...
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Former Sooners OL Trent Williams says Redskins can beat Seahawks; 'they're ...
Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams says although it looks like a mismatch, he and his teammates are fully capable of rebounding from last Thursday's defeat to beat Seattle. Williams, the former OU offensive lineman, said Tuesday that despite the ...
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Five questions the Redskins face as they prepare for the Seahawks
Washington Post (blog)
The Washington Redskins host the Seattle Seahawks next Monday and desperately need a win. But before they can even position themselves for success, they have a number of issues to resolve. Here are five pressing questions facing the Redskins as they ...
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NFL Rivalry Travel: Two Chances to See the 49ers and Seahawks
That's when the Seattle Seahawks travel to face the San Francisco 49ers. Last year the two teams met in the conference championship game to decide who traveled to the Super Bowl, and in case you can't remember—it was the Seahawks and they went on ...
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