We knew the Seahawks were bad, but not his bad.
After a 48-10 loss to Green Bay Sunday, Seattle has lost the last three weeks by a combined score of 106-24. The other two losses were to the Texans and Bucs — hardly Super Bowl contenders.
The scope of Seattle’s meltdown is alarming for anyone in the organization. Matt Hasselbeck says he’s healthy, but his future as the team’s starting quarterback is in doubt after back-to-back four interception games. His arm strength looks lacking.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel wrote T.J. Houshmandzadeh “played like a street free agent. He looked slow and hardly more than a possession receiver.”
We noticed some weak efforts by Housh going after passes against the Texans, but his contract should guarantee he’s sticking around.
Only one of Seattle’s ten losses this season was by fewer than ten points. It’s very easy to argue this 5-10 squad is actually worse than Mike Holmgren’s last team.
When you look closely at the roster, nearly every area needs a major overhaul. The secondary, pass rush, running game, offensive line, and wide receivers are among the league’s worst.
With a new personnel man on the way, coach Jim Mora can’t feel comfortable. His future boss will look closely at the 2009 wreckage and should be tempted to blow up what’s left in Seattle.