Seattle Seahawks in Need of a Teel Change on Offense?

Posted: 31st October 2009 by Lars Hanson in NFL
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Matt Hasselbeck and Seneca Wallace have both been under center this season for the Seattle Seahawks. Hasselbeck, the pure starting quarterback has played in four games (three complete games) after battling a fractured rib for two weeks. Sen-I-cat (Seneca Wallace) has been the second string quarterback for the Seahawks before I even became a fan of the Seahawks (and it's a while back I don't remember when I did). Wallace filled in for the injured Hasselbeck for two games. At home vs.áChicago and at Indy. Both games the Seahawks lost. That, however, was not the worst part. In the two games the Seahawks were without Matt Hasselbeck they showed no heart, passion, emphasis or even the slightest bit of fight. The Seahawks wound up losing 25-19 to Chicago and 34-17 (34-3 before the fourth quarte ...

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