The same old problems, game after game.
Useless on third downs.
An opponent dominating time-of-possession and registering 17 (!!!) more first downs than Seattle.
The total inability to run the ball (18 yards from the running backs).
An offensive line that is bullied week after week.
A quarterback who is nowhere close to his best.
The frustrating inability to cook up a game-plan that features your best players (in no game, ever, should D.K. Metcalf’s first catch come with 62 seconds left in the game).
A passive defense that is soft, doesn’t unsettle opposing quarterbacks anywhere near enough and is too easy to move the ball against.
And the pièce de résistance — when a busted coverage in the final seconds presents you with a chance to tie the game, the two-point conversion is basically a long drop-back with very little creativity. Following that, you pull off a modern-day miracle in winning back the football on an onside-kick — only to lose it again because your players aren’t lined up properly.
You can only repeat yourself so much before some action has to be taken by this franchise.
The entire team is broken and the Head Coach and his staff have absolutely no idea how to fix any of it.
The Seahawks are a bad football team. They are going to give the Jets a top-10 pick. The journey to this point has been entirely predictable.
Major change is required in the off-season.
There’s nothing else to say.
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