By Todd Vandenberg
Most of the Seahawks looked pretty good in their first game action of 2018. Sadly, these gentlemen did not. The clock is ticking, guys.
I’m the first person to admit I’m much more of an optimist than a pessimist. I not only see the glass as half full, I also see a full water pitcher in my peripheral vision. I’m not in Pete Carroll’s league, of course. I mean, rainbows are dark and gloomy compared to Pep Talk Pete. So when I write an article taking a dim view of Seahawks developments, it’s probably something to worry about. Unless of course I’m just wrong. Wouldn’t be the first time, either. I had high expectations for Eddie Lacy, after all – ugh.
I’ve spent quite a bit of time grousing about Germain Ifedi already. And yes, I’m aware he got through Thursday’s game without a penalty. He was in for just 22 plays, so my criticism stands. While he didn’t dig an even deeper hole for himself, two other players did. One of them managed it without even getting into the game. And that has always been his...