Seattle Seahawks vs. Chicago Bears: Hawks’ 2011 Preseason Resumes

October 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As the Seahawks’ extended 2011 preseason gets set to resume after a week off, it looks like the offense finally has settled on the pieces it is going to evaluate in this season-long evaluation period. So, now it’s time to see where all of the players fit.
With the recent acquisition of Marshawn Lynch and the trade of Deion Branch, the offense looks like it is finally, at long last, set for the rest of this low-expectations season. It only took the first quarter of the season to get to this point.
Remember, this season is purely an evaluation year for Pete Carroll. Yeah, he wants to win, but no one can expect a team with this much turnover to come together so quickly and make the playoffs. Of course, the Seahawks are lucky enough to be in the "NFC Worst," where they are only a half-game out of first place and can stay in the hunt if the offense improves quickly.
They obviously think they are better with Lynch in the backfield. He’s a hard runner who migh...

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