The list goes on, but it's not generally my habit to outline things like that. But it felt good at the moment.
Today's game revealed a lot, more than the usual unfortunate loss. With reserve players stepping in, and not necessarily up, we learned some things that we might not otherwise. So here's a list:
- Seneca Wallace is a legitimate backup quarterback.
- Mo Morris can't break tackles.
- Julian Peterson is a playmaker.
- When Hasselbeck is out, there is a huge leadership vacuum on offense.
- Steve Hutchinson knows how to block little linebackers named Lofa Tatupu.
- Micheal Boulware is mistake prone.
- Darryl Jackson is still Seattle's best WR, by a little.
- Walter Jones is still the best, but he's starting to show his age.
- Ken Hamlin is mistake prone.
- Ken Hamlin hits like a mutha.
- Willie Ponder is scared out of his mind.
- Nobody on defense tries to strip the ball.
- Seneca needs to run at least once per series.
- DJ Hackett is the slot receiver of the future.
- Seattle's defense plays great for 50 plays, but can lose the game with three stupid ones.
- Bob Cassulo needs to update his resume'.
- Ryan Plackemeier can be a weapon.
- On 4th and 1, call a friggin' bootleg when you have Seneca in the game.
- Matt Hasselbeck is missed.
- Shaun Alexander is missed.
- Jerramy Stevens is missed, even when he shows up.
Now pardon me while I try to comfort myself in my wife's ample bosom.
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