Will Pete Carroll Lead the Seahawks to Success in 2010?

July 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Competition, Pete Carroll's mantra, seems to ooze from his person like sweat from a linebacker's skin. In 2010, the Seahawks can expect to face a rebuilding year as well as the challenges that come with learning a new system under a new coach.
There are five keys to success that the Hawks will need to succeed in 2010.
1. Keep Matt Hasselbeck Healthy at All Costs
Hasselbeck is the best and most experienced quarterback in the division and there isn't a more important player on the roster. This team will be young and inexperienced so Hasselbeck's leadership will be valued at a premium. If he goes down for any amount of time, the team will be left in the hands of Charlie Whitehurst or J.P. Losman, both of whom are nothing to get excited about.
2.  Rookie Assimilation
The Seahawks' reclamation project will depend on the quick development of rookies in key positions. Russell Okung and Golden Tate will have to contribute imm...

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