Rebuilding is one thing. Doing it with Tarvaris Jackson is something else.
True, but really I think Jackson is just a one or two year thing and not their planned long term answer.
Right now it is halftime and the Cardinals are leading 10-6.
Thanks to having NFL Red Zone, I am able to watch alot of the Seahawks game. Larry Fitzgerald had a really impressive touchdown reception with two Seahawks covering him to give the Cardinals the lead. The Cardinals almost scored some more too but Marcus Trufant intercepted a pass in the end zone to end the first half I think that was the first interception for the Seahawks all season.)
In some good news for the Seahawks, Sidney Rice has looked great in his Seattle debut as he has 5 receptions for 66 yards in the first half so far.
after 3 straight losses, the Seahawks today upset the Ravens who started today as the team in first place in the AFC North and as the team with the best record in the entire AFC.
I didn't watch any of the game since it coincided with today's CHIKARA IPPV, but it sounded like the Seahawks should have won by alot more points with all those turnovers the Ravens committed in their own territory but they had to settle for 5 field goals to win by just 5 points.
Good to see Marshawn Lynch pick up his 2nd straight 100 + yard rushing game- especially against a team with a great rushing defense such as the Ravens.
I think today's game, with those multiple Ravens turnovers in Baltimore territory, is an example of how the Seahawks with their notoriously loud stadium tend to win some games at home each year that they would probably have no chance of winning on the road.
my Seahawks already resigned Marshawn Lynch and Red Bryant and now they also have a potential franchise QB and (unlike Arizona who had to give up valuable draft picks to get Kolb who sucks IMO) it did not cost them anything outside of $10 million guaranteed- which really is not much when your owner is Paul Allen!
I wonder how many touchdowns Matt Flynn will throw to Sidney Rice next season?
It will be interesting to see if lightning strikes twice with Green Bay backup QB's.
what you said is absolutely true.
but this time though Seattle did not even give up a high draft pick (or any draft pick at all) to get Flynn unlike when they acquired Hasselbeck from the Packers (which was obviously a draft pick well spent)
now if Miami can sign Smith and if either the Titans or Broncos can sign Manning, this will be even better!