I heard on ESPN the other day that Seattle's QB combo of Hassebeck and Seneca Wallace were rated 3rd among NFL teams.....pretty sweet considering Hassebeck isn't the top QB by any means....my apologies if this has already been stated....I have little to no internet access this summer
Along that line...should Meyer continue progressing like he has...ISU will have it's last three starting QB's in the NFL (I don't count the debacle that was 2003). Rosenfels, Wallace and Meyer.
I absolutely love that.
If anyone tried to tell me that back in the 90's - I would have laughed drove them to the doctor!
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Bryceman @ 06-28-06 4:25 pm) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'> If Flynn finished big on his Clone career as a receiver, he might get a pro shot.[/b][/quote]
As Flynn's biggest fan, that would be a dream come true.
Well I do believe in how highly ranked seattle is. Hasselbecks a pro-bowl QB and deserves more credit then he gets. His best option is Darrell Jackson who is also another player who is not noticed at all. Right now Senecas listed as 2nd on the depth chart. Which could change by the start of the season. David Greene can compete for that job.
All credit to Hassebeck for putting up amazing numbers last year without Darrel Jackson for most of the year...Seneca could start in at least 10 other programs in my opinion and he'll get his chance. I think Sage has a great chance of playing a lot as he's behind David Carr at Houston...
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