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    Seneca

    I don't know if this has been mentioned yet...but the next Seatle game, which seneca will be starting, is the monday night game.

    That would be cool for your second start ever in the NFL to be on a Monday night.



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    Re: Seneca

    yeah, we were talking about it at work today, and how he might acctually get two monday night starts, cause they have another monday night game against Green Bay the Monday after Thanksgiving, and i believe they are both home games for Seattle!



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    Re: Seneca

    haha i love this!! i fouind it on nfl.com

    •I was wrong about Seneca Wallace. He showed he was absolutely capable of filling the big-play quarterback cleats that Matt Hasselbeck left empty after suffering a knee injury. The difference between the Seahawks' loss to Kansas City despite Wallace's three touchdown passes and the Cowboys' victory over the Panthers with the help of Romo's one scoring throw came down to rushing. Seattle had only 25 yards from Maurice Morris, who is filling in for injured Shaun Alexander, while Kansas City had 155 yards and three touchdowns on the ground from Larry Johnson. Dallas had 92 yards and a touchdown from Julius Jones and 49 yards and a score from Marion Barber, while Carolina had 50 yards and a touchdown from DeShaun Foster. But here's another word of caution: Unlike the Chiefs, Oakland, Seattle's Week 9 opponent, has a full game of videotape of Wallace. The Raiders will use it against him.

    i am not sure who typed it.. but i love it when ppl admit that they are wrong



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