Poor play at tight end a disaster for Seahawks

As Mike Holmgren uses the coming weeks to contemplate his professional future, he might also wonder how far the Seahawks might have gone had they only found a reliable tight end, writes Mike Sando.

Originally Published: January 10, 2008
By Mike Sando | ESPN.com

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- If this is how Mike Holmgren's Seattle tenure ends, with a 42-20 divisional-round playoff defeat at Lambeau Field, the coach can take pride in directing the most successful period in Seahawks history.

He deserves credit for finding a franchise quarterback in Matt Hasselbeck. He can take credit for drafting a one-time MVP running back in Shaun Alexander. He can take credit for leading Seattle to a Super Bowl and four consecutive NFC West championships.

As ...

Read full story


You must be signed in to post a comment

Already have an account?