Hasselbeck out Sunday?

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Read here for thoughts that Hasselbeck may sit out Sunday’s game. I’m not sure this is good news for the Pack considering he has a QB rating of 57.7 and is completing 49.2% of his passes. He has been very bad – even taking into account a lack of receiver quality.

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4 Responses to “Hasselbeck out Sunday?”

  1. Aaron Rogders Says:

    I would think Hasselbeck out of the game would only increase our chances of winning. I had to look up who was behind Hasselbeck. Former Iowa State QB Seneca Wallace. This apparently was his best snap in college: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7gPOl_F8HQ. Seattle has been trying to use him as a receiver and has actually played him as a receiver this year already. He was also a receiver in last years playoff game against us.

    His stats are very average. 2005 through 2007:
    TD-INT 11-9
    Passing yards 1,315
    QB Rating 78.9

  2. Ron La Canne Says:

    Actually they’re down to Charlie Frye. I believe he was a backup for Cleveland for a while. Wallace is also out. Not to be a pesimist but it looks like AJ is out for us.

    Holmgren is planning to blitz alot.

  3. bucky Says:

    Charlie Frye was the starter for Cleveland at the beginning of last season. I think he lasted about two games.

  4. Ron La Canne Says:

    Good News — AJ is probable
    Even Better News — Montgomery is doubtful
    Bad News — Pickett is questionable
    More Bad News — Lumpkin placed on IR today. Down to two RB’s

    When are they going to fire the damn training staff? Or is it just TT’s ability to pick injury prone players?

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