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Ryan Van Bibber

Ryan Van Bibber has been the editor of Turf Show Times since 2006.

Sleepless in Seattle

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If you look at the list of 0-2 teams, most of the names won't really surprise you. And then you notice Tennessee has the same record as the Rams, Lions, Bengals and Browns. Yikes. Was losing Albert Haynesworth that crippling of a blow?

Being 0-2 stinks, but for the Rams and Lions it should not come as a huge shock. Both teams needed a significant rebuild after years of neglect. Those changes don't happen overnight, much less a single season. Asking fans to have patience still makes the process difficult.

The time to push the reboot button has arrived for the Seattle Seahawks, and this week gave fans a glaring reminder of what happens when you pin championship hopes on an aging cast of A-list players. Sure Matt Hasselbeck could be back next week, but how long until he's lost for a significant amount of time? He's playing behind a third string left tackle.

By Ryan Van Bibber  |  September 21, 2009; 11:48 AM ET  | Category:  Seattle Seahawks Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   Del.icio.us   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
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Hopefully you didn't quit your day job. This is the worst written blog I've read in a while. You start by listing the 0-2 NFL teams...but Seattle is 1-1. So, what exactly is the significance? You also list the Bengals who are also 1-1, which further proves your non-reasearched point. How tough is it to write 3 paragraphs?

Posted by: Johnb108 | September 21, 2009 2:05 PM

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