Why Seneca Wallace Should Be the Seahawks’ Long-Term QB

Posted: 7th October 2009 by Northwest Sports Report in NFL
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Matt Hasselbeck, Charlie Frye, Mike Teel, David Greene, and Seneca Wallace: All five of these players have been or still are quarterbacks for the Seattle Seahawks. Frye lasted one season and was not re-signed. Greene was a bust draft pick in 2005 and never made it with the Seahawks. Wallace is in the top three in terms of backup quarterbacks in the NFL and has great starting potential. Hasselbeck is the only quarterback in Seahawks history to lead them to the Super Bowl. If you want to graph that, there are going to be three names on that 0.0 list and two names on that 9.5-plus scale. Hasselbeck has missed at least four games in two of the last three seasons, and every time the Seahawks have turned to their backup QB Wallace to carry them through it. Wallace, drafted in the fourth round (1 ...

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