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A Shift In Offensive Schemes Could Mean More Success For Seattle Seahawks

Published by on May 22, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

On January 4th, 2009 a regime ended for the Seattle Seahawks. After 10 years of rebuilding the Seahawks franchise into a consistent winner and major player around the league, Mike Holmgren stepped down as Head Coach to take a year off.

Stepping into the massive shoes left behind is a hand-picked predecessor in Jim Mora who worked as Secondary Coach and Assistant Head Coach to Holmgren over the past two seasons. With Mora's ascension and changes in the coaching staff, inevitably come changes on the field.

Holmgren, a disciple of the legendary Bill Walsh, was known for his West Coast offense. He operated under a philosophy of utilizing the passing game to set up the running game —operating at an almost 60-40 clip...

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