Notes From Mike Sando
Dec 10, 2009, 6:41 PM | Updated: Apr 4, 2011, 7:55 pm
As he does every week, Mike Sando of ESPN.com, joined us to talk Seahawks and the NFC West.
The key question around the Seahawks headquarters right now is: who is the next GM? In addition, the question looms as to whether or not Mike Holmgren is the front-runner for the job.
I asked Mike Sando what would be involved in bringing in the Big Show.
“As an organization, you have to get past the fact of two things: One, you no matter where he goes, because he’s a potential Hall of Fame coach. Two, he’s a potential Hall of Fame coach who is probably going to be a better coach than whoever your coach is – and that’s not a shot at Jim Mora.”
Dave Boling brought up an interesting point in his column today in the Tacoma News Tribune: How important is Matt Hasselbeck? I asked Mike what he thought of it.
“His approach to injuries this season has . He’s really stepped up this year. His level of play might not be where it would be if he was healthy, but he’s not complaining about it – his body language is great. I think he’s everything you’d want in a leader right now.”
That pretty much sums it up. When it comes to appraising the rest of the team, there are some strengths and weaknesses I asked Mike to appraise at this point:
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