New Seattle head coach Pete Carroll has the Seahawks looking like a brand new team in only a few short months since accepting the job that marked his return to the NFL coaching ranks after a decade of dominance coaching at USC.
Not only is Carroll amassing an impressive roster, but he has reunited with his former Trojan bruiser LenDale White, who had slimmed down nearly 20 pounds, and looks to pound the rock in 2010.
Also, Carroll succeeded in adding running back Leon Washington from the New York Jets in a draft weekend trade.
Washington's addition makes him the new Reggie Bush in an offense that will most likely resemble the same running attack, that had both White and Bush running around—and through—USC opponents.
Washington is the new Bush for Carroll and the following are reasons why this comparison may actually occur.