If they can swallow their pride and admit they goofed when they signed him and let TJ back on the field, I think they can make the playoffs.
Sydney is about the same kindof guy. Great working the 5 through 7 routes and can run a 8 or 9 but I wouldn't consider him a "Field Stretcher" by any means.
In the end, all three are more of a intermediate/possession guys that can get you nice YAC but it doesn't make them field stretchers.
T-Jack seems to be getting the short end of the stick.. Carroll has praise him all trought Training Camp, but no reps tonight..
I don't know what to make of this, but i don't think its a good thing and starting jobs arent hanging from the trees on the NFL.
In the end, the defense did what the defense does and the running game held up their end.
As I said, the bigger question is, will the Seahawks change their scheme to max Flynns arm (based on the money) or will they go with TJ or the kid? For a football fan, this is going to be a very interesting thing to watch.
He keeps chucking up INT's on 5 yard passes and I think I know the answer.
Defense dims Seahawks' QB concerns | Seattle Seahawks - The News Tribune
Tarvaris is trade bait, but it wonít be easy
Seahawks are talking to a couple of teams about trading Jackson, and that a deal could happen. But the Seahawks prefer to wait for one or more teams to suffer a quarterback injury during the preseason, which would help them get a better deal in return.
Even during shark week Tarvaris can't get a bite....I mean break.....as bait
Jackson is ready to take a pay-cut to help the Seahawks move him
Jason LaCanfora of CBSSports.com said Jacksonís willing to restructure his contract to take less than the $4 million heís scheduled to make, if thatís what gets him on his way