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Why the Seahawks Should Start Matt Hasselbeck

I’ll save you the “Matt’s a veteran” and “he’s been in the playoffs before” arguments. Matt’s performance of the previous three seasons nullifies the first argument, and the second is just idiotic. Show me proof that players “with playoff experience” … Continue reading

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Why Matt Hasselbeck is Still the Starter

I flip-flopped quite a bit on the title of this article and finally settled on the positioning of ‘is’ after ‘Matt Hasselbeck’ and not before it. I’m in a declarative mood, I guess. On Monday, Pete Carroll announced that Matt … Continue reading

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Albert Breer Doesn’t Know What the Hell He’s Talking About

Then again, many main stream ‘analysts’ don’t, either. He wrote a long, mostly pointless article today (and I kills me that I have to link to it), and included a snippet about Charlie Whitehurst which set me off: 2) Last … Continue reading

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The Bright Side of the Ass Beating

I’ll say one thing: Charlie Whitehurst has a mean drop back. It’s so quick to the point that it’s almost comical. But hey, zero sacks taken. Jeremy Bates got the toolsy quarterback he wanted: tall, mobile, big arm. A combination … Continue reading

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A Glimpse of What’s to Come (Starring: Probably Not Charlie Whitehurst)

Jeremy Bates will never, ever admit it, but I’d bet he’s a little bit excited about this Sunday’s game against the New York Giants will star Charlie Whitehurst. Giddy, even. Matt Hasselbeck is not the quarterback he wants. Not because … Continue reading

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On Seahawks Roster Holes, Gaping or Otherwise

Through six games of the 2010 season, some trends are emerging. Some warm my heart. Others give me chest pains. And some have been downright surprising. As an example, I didn’t have high hopes for the Seahawks Defensive Line once … Continue reading

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Where Do We Go From Here?

Have you heard that song by Filter? It’s absolutely brilliant. Click the linky (it goes to YouTube) and give it a listen before you read on. After four games of Matt Hasselbeck, I’m wondering if Pete Carroll is thinking “I’m … Continue reading

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