I am now less concerned about Graham Harrell's ability as a back-up quarterback than I am about our lack of depth on the offensive line.
Then again, maybe the difference wasn't so much playing with Green Bay's starters as it was playing against the Kansas City Chiefs. Height-challenged rookie Russell Wilson looked like a Pro Bowl contender against the Chiefs last weekend, prompting Seattle's coach to name him as the Seahawks' starter for the season opener (and leaving poor Matt Flynn to remain as a back-up quarterback, albeit at a much higher salary than he enjoyed in Green Bay).
Maybe the Chiefs aren't that bad. Maybe Russell Wilson really is a superstar NFL quarterback in the making, and Graham Harrell is a reliable back-up for Aaron Rodgers.
Hope springs eternal in the pre-season.
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