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At times, Seattle Seahawks QB Tarvaris Jackson has found some rhythm throwing the football, as poor offensive line play has often flushed him out of the pocket to gain a clear passing lane.
Some fans want Jackson to become more aggressive in running the ball, especially when the pass-blocking breaks down.
Head coach Pete Carroll must decide if the NFC West is winnable or if is this a rebuilding year with the end goal being drafting a quarterback for the future next April.
Let’s not forget that the Seahawks traded for Charlie Whitehurst last season, and he never was given a fair shot to play the quarterback position full-time.
Carroll has too much invested in Jackson, as he played for his offensive coordinator Darren Bevell during their time together in Minnesota. But, a change at quarterback might help revive a non-existent passing game.