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I can't believe the Seahawks are hiring Brian Schottenheimer to be their offensive coordinator. Hell, I can't believe Schottenheimer has any sort of job, period. Like, if 7-11 hired him, I'd give it an "F." Why is he still employed in the NFL!? The Seahawks did a great job by finally moving on from the abysmal Darrell Bevell, yet they somehow found someone who is worse than him!
Schottenheimer has inexplicably been an offensive coordinator for nine years. His offense has been ranked 20th or worse in seven of those seasons. Schottenheimer has failed with the Jets and Rams, and he was horrible at the University of Georgia. He offers no sort of innovation or creativity with his play-calling, and the only reason he has a job in the NFL is because of his father. This is nepotism at its finest.
I can't believe the Seahawks are doing this. Despite their reluctance to fire Bevell much earlier, they've generally been a smart organization. This makes me think otherwise. They could've hired a sharp, innovative, offensive mind to help Russell Wilson, but they've brought in a proven failure instead. I have no logical explanation for this decision, and this sort of nepotism deserves an obvious Millen.
I don't understand what the Seahawks are doing. Did they have a meeting and decide to hire the worst coordinators possible this offseason? Brian Schottenheimer was an atrocious hire, and this isn't much better.
The Raiders axed Ken Norton during the season because his team was 26th in yards allowed, was dead last in sacks despite having Khalil Mack and Bruce Irvin, and became the first team in franchise history to go 11 games without an interception. Oakland improved following Norton's dismissal, moving up to 23rd under John Pagano.
There were so many better options than Norton that this doesn't make any sense. Maybe the Seahawks know something we don't, but then again, they employed Darrell Bevell for years.