This summer in Seattle, training camp for the Seahawks can't come soon enough.
Between the Mariners going nowhere fast and the Zombie Sonics heading to the NBA Finals, the Seahawks are perhaps the only thing worth getting excited about at the moment.
This year, expectations are higher than a year ago, which is a good thing, but one big question remains following the 'Hawks' second consecutive 7-9 campaign...
Who will play quarterback?
No small issue in a league where running the football seems like an archaic means of moving the football. Like it or not, today's NFL demands greatness from a team's signal-caller, as the alternative is mediocrity or worse.
The cycle is vicious and one that the Seahawks, for better or worse, have fallen into since Pete Carroll took over the team. Given the options, it's hard to blame Pete and general manager John Schneider. They've certainly tried to find answers, but have yet to come up with a meaningful long-term solution.
Could that change this summer?
We all have ideas, thoughts and theories; here are my two cents on the issue...