Seahawks Aren’t Perfect, but That’s Hardly Reason to Panic

October 22, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Pro football seasons are fragile, or delicate in a sense, and the wheels can come off quickly for teams that struggle to adapt to unique forms of adversity.
In the NFL, “adversity” has multiple meanings from the head coach’s office to the locker room, where necessary change must happen to get the focus back on execution, technique and a specific style of football that is proven to win.
That’s Pete Carroll and the defending champion Seattle Seahawks as this season creeps up on the midway point.
On a two-game skid with a .500 record, the champs have looked vulnerable at times throughout the 2014 season despite talent and coaching that I see as first class.
This past Friday, the Seahawks shocked the majority of football fans in America when they traded away wide receiver Percy Harvin.
That’s right, the same player who was expected to play a unique role in Darrell Bevell’s offense as a matchup weapon was shipped east to the 1-6 J...

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  1. Jay on October 24th, 2014 7:59 am


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