Mr. Fix It: Why Terrell Owens Could Solve Seattle’s Offensive Problems

April 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

You know when your computer crashes, and IT experts ask you if you've turned it off and on? 
That's pretty much where the Seattle Seahawks franchise is at right now, and fortunately for Seattle fans, the time has finally come for the Seahawks to turn their team "back on".
It didn't come as a surprise last season to see Seattle fail. 
Poor quarterback play has been an almost constant talking point since the Seahawks' Super Bowl XL run against the Pittsburgh Steelers four years ago, and with the lack of coaching and overall motivation, Seattle's 5-11 record was pretty much a given right from the get go.
Now we arrive a week out from the draft.  Seattle has the sixth pick, and it is sure to work wonders for newly appointed head coach Pete Carroll, who gears up for yet another stint in the NFL and hopes to succeed for a lenghty period of time.
Who Pete Carroll chooses is basically a guess right now, as the list of needs is a mile long for the Seattle...

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