As you can tell from the title, today’s news is VERY NFC West heavy. Don’t worry Seahawks fans, the 49ers will continue to lose, despite a change in regime. Here we go:
- Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch is contemplating retirement. He did the same during the past 2 offseasons, however, my guess is the 29-year-old will go because of his injuries and ineffectiveness this season. Don’t worry Seattle, I think RB Thomas Rawls has shown he can handle himself when healthy.
- Staying in Seattle, TE Jimmy Graham’s future has been uncertain following the worst statistical season in his career. Seattle’s GM stated that Graham will be staying, probably a result of him starting to show what he displayed in New Orleans prior to his season-ending injury.
- The Chip Kelly era in San Francisco is now showing its effects on the 49ers staff. Defensive Coordinator Eric Mangini was fired today by the team and…
- Curtis Modkins was offered the offensive coordinator position. Modkins is currently the Detroit Lions run game coordinator. Good or Bad for San Francisco? Only time will tell.
- The Jacksonvlle Jaguars signed head coach Gus Bradley to a one-year contract extension. My thoughts: STUPID. The Jags had a shot at winning the AFC South with a young franchise QB, a rookie speedster RB, and the most electrifying young WR duo I have seen in a while. Not only did they not win the division, but they really didn’t even come close. Wrong move Jacksonville. The Jags also promoted d-line coach and running game coordinator Todd Walsh to defensive coordinator.
- An update on the Carolina Panthers injuries from yesterday: RB Jonathan Stewart is probable for the game on Sunday and DE Jared Allen is out, meaning he may have already played his final snap in the NFL.
- So I’ve been thinking of ways to make my blog better, and it occurred to me that it’s probably important to ask the audience what would make them appreciate it more. So please leave a comment regarding any changes you would like to see with my blog and I will do my best to implement them.
That’s all for TheHaysWay today, please leave a comment, and have a pleasant tomorrow.