by: Michael Steffes
Mack Stong was back at camp today. Not as a coach, and not getting ready for the season. Strong will be part of the FSN coverage of the Hawks. He will also be blogging for Seahawks.com every once in while.
He says that he is forcing himself to look at the Seahawks will a less optimistic, more critical eye. After these comments, I would say he might be having trouble with the transition, but maybe he is right. He should know.
First…“The personnel in the backfield is as good as any in the NFL, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it guarantees success.”
And…“That backfield is more talented than it’s been in years, with a mixture of youth and veteran leadership.”
Make of this what you will, it is probably a bit misplaced. But like Mack says, it is not about talent, it is about chemistry. This backfield should fit this team much better than the one of the last two seasons. ~END~