The informal unveiling of the Seahawks’ new offense could not have gone much better Sunday. Russell Wilson and the No. 1 offense needed just three minutes to cover 82 yards on eight plays, an opening drive that ended with a Chris Carson 1-yard touchdown run.
Wilson acknowledged after the mock game that he essentially called all the plays at the line of scrimmage during the opening drive.
This is what Wilson wanted all along.
Wilson has expressed a desire to get the offense going faster, the story said. Over the past two seasons, the offense was often at its best in no-huddle, two-minute situations. But a counter to this is when it doesn't work and it puts more pressure on the Seahawks defense when the offense plays fast and goes three-and-out. The story added HC Pete Carroll likely won't stand for that so it so it will be interesting to see how much patience he has.