Sunday, October 19, 2008

Things I Have Learned... from the Seahawks at the Bucs.

The Counselor is IN:

Things I Have Learned... from the Seahawks at the Bucs.

1) I am not a big fan of Chris Collinsworth but it was nice to watch Sunday Night Football without John Madden. I love John Madden Video Games but I have come to dislike him as a commentator.

2) QB Jeff Garcia appears to have resurrected his career in Tampa. He makes good decisions and can make about any type of pass including shuttle and jump passes. He is starting to look like a fantasy football starting QB.

3) KR Josh Wilson is a good return man for Seattle. His explosiveness also broke open holes for a touchdown more than once. Keep an eye on this special team player.

4) WR Antonio Bryant has developed into a number one Wide Receiver for Tampa. He appears to be on the same page with Garcia. He is worth starting as a third wide or a flex player regularly and a very good off week option.

5) QB/WR Seneca Wallace should not be the backup QB. Wallace should focus on developing as a WR for Seattle. Otherwise he will may end up as the Seahawks version of Kordell "Slash" Stewart.

6) Tampa Bay's Defense looks very solid. They are tough enough to keep Tampa in any game and could lead them deep into the play offs.

7) The Seahawks seem to be missing their former Kicker Josh Brown. Mare is not the kicker that Brown was for them. No team likes to pay premium dollars for a kicker but I think the Seahawks might be willing to change their mind on Brown if give the opportunity.

8) Both defenses did a fine job against the run. The Bucs did do much better against the pass than the Seahawks.

Those are a few things I learned from the Seahawks at the Bucs game.

The Counselor is OUT:

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