When the Seattle Seahawks took a risk by not only starting a rookie quarterback, but by starting him over their prized free agent acquisition, many thought Pete Carroll had lost his mind. Much to the same tone of thought when he took Bruce Irvin at 15th overall in the NFL Draft, when he was graded as a mid to late 2nd rounder at best. This trend continued many times in the early goings of the 2012 NFL season. But it looks like Carroll may know what he’s doing after all.
For the second straight week, the Seahawks dropped a “50 burger” on an opponent. I realize that it was the Cardinals and the Bills, but to put up 108 points in two games doesn’t even happen in video games.
With a stout defense and an ever growing offense, the Seahawks have found themselves only a game behind the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC West with a match up at home against their divisional foe this weekend.
No one expected much of this team in 2012, especially with another questionable draft and the decision t...