Don't even let this guy get on the flight back to Seattle after this one.
I mean, my goodness, what an EMBARRASSING showing for the Seahawks' offense in the 24-17 loss to the Bears on Monday night. Blame the offensive line all you want. Blame Russell Wilson for not getting the ball out of his hands quick enough and that terrible pick-six.
Hell, blame Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny for not breaking free for big runs. But this all comes back to the man running the show:
I understand the Bears have one of the most lethal defenses in all of football. Yet, Seattle's defense did all it could to keep the Hawks in this one. At halftime, it was 10-3 Chicago out in front. Had it not been for a Sebastian Janikowski 56-yard FG as time expired in the second quarter, Seattle woulda been blanked in the first 30 minutes.
Read Option, Sprint Right Option, Speed Option....TE Screen, Gap Screen, Slot Screen, Bubble Screen, RB Screen....Draw, Sprint Draw, Play Action Off Draw...No Huddle, Muddle Huddle, Quick Break Huddle...Many ways to use Bears aggressiveness against them. Seen almost none of this— Brock Huard (@BrockESPN) September 18, 2018
This team has no identity on offense. Yes, Wilson had a brutal game, turning the ball over on the pick-six and then coughing it up on the fourth quarter fumble. But he's putting this entire O on his back. He's trying to make these plays because he simply doesn't have the talent around him anymore to help him out.
On Monday, the third quarter alone was the final straw for fans.
Seattle gained one yard on six plays in the third quarter.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) September 18, 2018
Seattle also now 4-22 on third downs this season. They were 1-12 in their last game of 2017, so I think we can conclude third down has not been good of Seattle of late.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) September 18, 2018
The Seahawks are now 0-2 on the season, something no one in the Pacific Northwest wanted to see. Pete Carroll's glory days in Seattle are clearly over, but bringing in
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