One of many issues to notice concerning the Seattle Seahawks and “the Shane Waldron offense” is that now we have completely no thought what the Waldron offense will appear to be. Simply because Seattle’s new offensive coordinator was on Sean McVay’s teaching workers doesn’t imply we’re going to see the Los Angeles Rams offense copied over.
From now till even via preseason we’re nonetheless just about at a guess as to Seattle’s new offensive scheme, however DK Metcalf did present a glimpse of what’s to come back in a media session at this week’s OTAs.
“I imply it’s very intricate,” Metcalf mentioned of Waldron’s offense (by way of NBC Sports Northwest’s Joe Fann). “He’s a hungry coach, and that’s what I like about him. He’s all the time attempting to be taught one thing new, not solely concerning the gamers however concerning the recreation of soccer and about offense and all the time arising with new methods to only attempt to you already know get his playmakers the ball.
“It’s plenty of completely different sorts of routes that folks haven’t seen from both staff that he’s coached, so I’m simply excited to get to work with him and get to hone in on these different abilities.”
Sounds thrilling! Mysterious! New! Contemporary! It is a big yr for the Seahawks as a complete, however the offense’s late-season sputtering in three of the final 4 seasons has absolutely grown tiresome and the hope is that Waldron can present the products each schematically and strategically to strip away the predictability and preserve the effectiveness we largely noticed beneath Brian Schottenheimer.
I’m positive Seahawks followers are additionally excited to see Metcalf used a bit in another way as he’s hinted at, as Seattle boasts one of many high duos within the league between him and Tyler Lockett. Add in rookie D’Wayne Eskridge and the truth that Russell Wilson is certainly nonetheless Seattle’s quarterback and lots of shall be desirous to see how this unfolds.