NFL gambling fans saw Holmgren preside over a disastrous final season against the NFL lines as injury riddled Seattle finished 4-12 straight up. Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck missed 9 games last year as the starter and will be looking to get his groove back in the NFL gambling preseason.
Last year in his 7 appearances against the NFL lines, he was highly ineffective with a 57.8 quarterback rating and a 5/10 touchdown pass/interception ratio. Seneca Wallace, a 7 year pro out of Iowa State, is Hasselbeck’s backup.
Wallace had 10 NFL gambling appearances last year and finished with a quarterback rating of 87 with 11 touchdown passes and just 3 interceptions. Wallace will see plenty of NFL gambling preseason action.
Jeff Rowe, a 3 year pro out of Nevada, is currently 3rd on the Seahawks NFL gambling quarterback depth chart and should also get a solid amount of exhibition snaps. The Seahawks had one of the worst defenses in all of NFL gambling last year and will be looking to fine tune that side of the line during the summer.
Seattle addressed their defensive concern by drafting Aaron Curry, a linebacker out of Wake Forest, in the first round. Curry is a speedy all around linebacker that had 5 career interceptions for the Demon Deacons.
Seattle took two offensive players in rounds 2 and 3 as they selected tackle Max Unger out of Oregon in the 2nd round and wide receiver Deon Butler out of Penn State in the 3rd round. Both will see plenty of NFL gambling preseason action to get acclimated with the offense.
Another player that should get plenty of NFL gambling preseason work is backup running back TJ Duckett, an 8 year pro out of Michigan State. Duckett averaged just 2.8 yards per carry last year but did score 8 touchdowns.
His career average is 3.9 yards per carry. Kicker Olindo Mare is a solid preseason asset as he nailed 24 out of 27 field goals last year.
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