Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson has shown improvement in some areas, and Pete Carroll is confident Wilson and his receivers will get it together and start converting third downs and red zone opportunities.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says he is holding the offense back on purpose, playing a conservative game geared toward not turning the ball over. But Russell Wilson will still have to get something going, as the Seahawks will not always get lucky on close calls in close games.
When the Seahawks resume practice today for their mammoth Monday night home against the Green Bay Packers, it’s pretty obvious what the focus will be on both sides of the ball: the quarterback.
In news that should come as no surprise to anyone, the Seahawks will be starting yet another combination up front when they face Dallas on Sunday. It will be the 18th starting line combination for the Seahawks in Carroll’s 34 games as coach
Due to a three-headed quarterback battle early in camp, injuries to receivers throughout and some late roster shuffling, the air game figures to be a little flat to start the season.