Aros wrote:I agree. Cable is the only one I would really be upset about losing. I am not a big Bevell or even that much of a Bradley fan, regardless of our success. I think we win in spite of them to be honest. I know that's not the popular opinion right now but it's how I've always felt.
Time to start revising your opinion then. On Bevell at least. He has this thing humming right now. Everything he's done since about week 5 this year has really clicked with Wilson/Lynch in a big way. Plus, if we lost Bevell it would expose our QB to his 2nd playbook in two years. Wilson's a fast learner, but he'd probably start slower out of the gate next year if he was picking up a new offense. And whoever that new OC would be, he'd likely be a lower level hire than Bevell.
I don't think Bevell's going anywhere any time soon though. Not until Seattle's reputation on offense catches up with New England. Which it will, given time.
I'm skeptical of Bradley, but I also know that I don't know the whole story with our defense. It's being mismanaged, but the extreme talent level is carrying it to greatness. I really doubt it's Carroll that's mismanaging. But until I know for a fact, I guess it's worth giving Bradley the benefit of the doubt.