Seattle Seahawks Open Pete Carroll Era with Win

August 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The last thing to ever take from an NFL preseason game is the final score.  While winning is a nice consolation, the real grit is sorting the cream of the crop from the expendable underachievers and fielding a roster that gives your team the best chance at competing with the best that the league has to offer.
Pete Carroll's first command in a game situation of the Seattle Seahawks played out about as well as he could have expected.  Carroll should be proud of how his circus of offseason transactions translated to what could a fine looking roster with quality depth.
Here are just a few observations from the first game action of the year:
The defensive line is enormous.  A huge departure from what the previous regime had built in years prior.  This line, that includes three of four down linemen weighing over 300 lbs, should be rather good at clogging running lanes and forcing runners outside. 

The pass rush remains a question mark.  Ch...

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