For years now, Seahawks fans have clamored for a new offensive line coach. On Wednesday, the 12s got what they’ve wanted.
As first reported by The Seattle Times’ Bob Condotta, the Seahawks fired Tom Cable on Wednesday. On Tuesday night, Curtis Crabtree of 950 KJR in Seattle reported that the team parted ways with offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell. So, widespread changes are coming to Seattle this offseason after the Seahawks’ first playoff-less season since 2011.
Let’s check in on those 12s:
Cable, who served as the Raiders’ head coach from 2008-10 and has been accused of violent behavior by two women and one former coach, joined the Seahawks in 2011 as an assistant head coach and offensive line coach. Consistently, the Seahawks’ offensive line has been the weakest link of the team. Quarterback Russell Wilson, who has been the starter since 2012, has been sacked 248 times in his career. Nobody has been sacked more since 2012 and the next closest quarterback, Matthew Stafford of the Lions, has been sacked 23 fewer times in that span, according to Pro Football Reference’s database. CBSsports
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