Found August 14, 2012 on
NorthWest Sports Beat:
Per the Seahawks.com
website today we've learned that Pete Carroll said in a post practice press conference that Matt Flynn will start at QB this week vs. the Denver Broncos in Week 2 NFLX action.
That was the word from coach Pete Carroll after todayâs practice, although incumbent starter Tarvaris Jackson worked as the No. 1 QB in practice and Carroll admitted he thought about going with rookie Russell Wilson as the starter this week.
âThis is what the plan was all along, if it worked out and it has,â Carroll said. âThe fact that both guys played well just keeps us in that mode that weâve got to see a little more and learn a little bit more â see if they can carry it over to a really good defense at Denver, and see how it goes.â
Most of us LOYAL Seahawks bloggers and fans believe in our hearts that Matt Flynn is the front-runner.
Pete Carroll said they have not discussed moving Tarvaris Jackson to another team, and no trade has been requested.
Russell Wilson will also figure into the Broncos gameplan.
Tarvaris Jackson got the 1st team reps today for the Seahawks to further screw up an already MUDDY situation.
BEST OF MAXIM
Even though Pete Carroll insists the competition is ongoing, it is clear Matt Flynn is the leading contender to be the Seattle Seahawks' starting quarterback when the season begins.
Flynn will get his second straight preseason start for the Seahawks on Saturday night when Seattle travels to Denver, with rookie Russell Wilson expected to play the second half in a similar format...
According to John Boyle of the Everett Herald, Matt Flynn will get the start for the Seattle Seahawks for the second straight week.
Pete Carroll said theyâll stick with the same plan this week: Flynn starting, Wilson 2nd half. #Seahawks
â John Boyle (@johnpboyle) August 14, 2012
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While Matt Flynn sits in front of him, the wait for Russell Wilson may not be long`
1.) Russell Wilson Quarterback, Seattle Seahawks
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Wow, check out that awesome alliteration in that title! Woo hoo, I'm pretty pumped about that. All right, now let's talk about some football. Eh, I know, not as exciting as talking about the alliteration in the title, but we have to get through it.
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Northwest Sports Update
I totally forgot to post this. I wrote it on Monday AM, it got lost in my notes.
A 5 dimes review of Seattleâs preseason opener against Tennessee should be positive about the Seahawksâ performance, but not too positive as there is a long way to go in Seattle, especially at quarterback.
Matt Flynn was 11-of-13 for 71 yards and a pick in a 27-17 win...
Tarvaris Jackson, who was Seattle's starting quarterback last season, will not play in the Seahawks' second preseason game on Saturday against Denver, but coach Pete Carroll told reporters on Tuesday that Jackson is still in the competition to be the Seahawks' regular-season starter. Carroll said Tuesday he will follow the same plan as in the first preseason game...
Early Wednesday morning it was reported by Pete Carroll that Seattle quarterback Tarvaris Jackson was unhappy with his status on the team.
Not that he is unhappy with the shuffling at quarterback, rather that the Seahawks are trying to shop him around. I heard about the news and shook it off.
Then a few hours later I saw a tweet from @bleedinggreennation with a link that took me...