Seahawks blogger Brett B points out Sunday the Seattle Seahawks didn’t do much to help their own cause. They managed a pathetic 137 yards of offense, had the ball for only 17 minutes, couldn’t get open for backup QB Charlie Whitehurst, who was filling in for Tarvaris Jackson, and then there’s Charlie. He was horrible. He completed 12 of 30 passes for 97 yards and couldn’t get the Seahawks moving at all.
Jason Green the man with his thumb on the pulse of the Seattle Seahawks reports on Wednesday Seahawks QB Tarvaris Jackson was back on the practice field, but it was Charlie Whitehurst, who got the reps with the first team. Seattle head coach Pete Carroll stated, “We’ve got to get Charlie ready to play.”
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Seahawks beat writer KShell points out you can clearly see the Seattle Seahawks offense is night and day better running the no huddle offense. Quarterbacks Tarvaris Jackson thrived in the no huddle, as did backup Charlie Whitehurst who came in and got the win versus the New York Giants on Sunday in Week 5 NFL action.
Brandon Choate breaks down the week 5 matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and New York Giants in his Seahawks Monday morning quarterback. The Seahawks came away with a huge win on the east coast. Despite giving up career days to Eli Manning and Victor Cruz, the Seahawks held their ground and came up victorious. Charlie Whitehurst, Chris Clemons, Brandon Browner, and Doug Baldwin silenced the New York Giants
Versus the New York Giants Sunday the Seattle Seahawks starting quarterback Tarvaris Jackson left with a strained pectoral muscle. In limited duty, Charlie Whitehurst was 11 of 19 for 149 yards, a touchdown and a 100.5 passer rating. The Seahawks actually exceeded 400 yards of offense. Do we have a quarterback controversy in Seattle?
Admitted Seattle Seahawks homer Kris Shelenberger went to the home opener on Sunday versus the Arizona Cardinals. After doing so he points out the worst thing this franchise can do is go 6-10 and miss the playoffs while missing out on a franchise quarterback yet again. The fan base is divided at Century Link Field…