Seattle Seahawks’ Midseason Review: Jim Mora Optimistic Despite 3-6 Start

Posted: 18th November 2009 by Matt Rybaltowski in NFL
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Several times during his first season as head coach of the Seahawks, Jim Mora has referred to himself as an optimistùan assertion that has been continually tested during a 3-6 start. The team has lost Pro Bowlers Walter Jones and Lofa Tatupu to season-ending injuries, while 12 Seattle starters have missed a combined 43 games. But even in the teamÆs bleakest moment, a 31-20 defeat to the Cardinals that virtually sealed its playoff fate, Mora remained upbeat. ôAs strange as it may sound coming off a loss, I saw improvement,ö he said. With seven regular-season games remaining, wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh said the team can win all seven if their level of play is on par with last SundayÆs performance against the defending NFC champions. It might be the only way to avoid ending the ye ...

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