Quote from Seattle's website about Wallace last night...
NBC’s Andrea Kremer told a nice story about Seahawks quarterback coach Jim Zorn working with Seneca Wallace on his learning skills, including the team sending him to a learning center to get the calls, protections and plays better under his control. The efforts have reportedly taken root, and the anecdote may put to rest the constant stream of “If Seneca were only a receiver/punt returner/safety/left fielder/power forward” talk – Seattle sees this guy as a quarterback, pure and simple. With much better protection than he was afforded against Dallas, Wallace continued the offensive momentum established by Hasselbeck (10 of 15 for 99), though no Seattle quarterback threw a touchdown pass.
He can sure throw on the run. Looks like he throws the ball so hard, he can over throw the deep ones. The "let's really focus skills" classes were offseason in 2005 and the "communication" classes were off season in 2006.
Looking forward to CFH magic for the next bball season, Georges style.
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