The Seahawks offense spent the early part of the offseason surrounded in controversy and trade rumors about quarterback Russell Wilson’s future with the team. But after making a change at offensive coordinator and promising to run a faster, more aggressive downfield offense, everything was kumbaya by the time training camp started. We’ll get the chance to see if they’re going to hold to that plan and how it fares against one of the league’s better defenses from 2020.
Change came to the Colts too. Quarterback Philip Rivers retired, replaced by Carson Wentz after a trade with the Eagles. Fresh off the COVID list and a foot injury, we’ve yet to see Wentz with this offense in a live fire drill. He’s had half a dozen practices in the lead up to the opener. This could be a long day for the Colts.
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