Now that the 2012 NFL regular season has concluded, I feel obliged to offer an apology to several parties whose judgement I questioned prior to opening day.
Regardless of what happens going forward, their decisions have already provided positive returns.
Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson
Coming off the heels of the failed Tarvaris Jackson experiment, Pete Carroll signed Matt Flynn to a big deal. Then shortly before opening day, he named 3rd round pick Russell Wilson the starter. It seemed like Carroll manufacturing another opportunity to show his brilliance. Wilson got off to a questionable start, but the offense is running like a well oiled machine heading into the matchup with the Redskins. Speaking of the Redskins ...