Since 2001, Matt Hasselbeck has been quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks. In that time the Seahawks have had two head coaches, three GMs and countless highs and lows. Hasselbeck has broken and set countless passing records in his eleven seasons in Seattle, as well as a handful of playoff records. Some can make the argument that Hasselbeck is the most successful quarterback in Seahawks' history. Either way, he is in the top three. But now it's time to pass the red jersey onto someone else after the season. So who will replace the great Matt Hasselbeck? Well, Seneca Wallace, the long time second-string quarterback for Seattle doesn't seem to be "Johnny-on-the-spot". And 2009 sixth-round pick, Mike Teel has only played in two preseason games in his NFL career. So far, the Seahawks' coaching s ...
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