Pete Carroll, Russell Wilson pleased with offensive line’s progress

In 2015, the Seattle Seahawks offensive line was less than stellar with injuries and bouts of inconsistency that doomed their run at a title.

Pete Carroll, Russell Wilson pleased with offensive line’s progress

In 2015, the Seattle Seahawks offensive line was less than stellar with injuries and bouts of inconsistency that doomed their run at a title.

However, in 2016, the outlook is much more brighter.

“I was really pleased,” coach Pete Carroll said, via Seahawks.com.

“I thought the first group did a great job of driving the ball. Everything was really on it.”

“I thought the offensive line did great,” said quarterback Russell Wilson. “I was only in there for one series, but for that one series I had plenty of time, guys were solid up there up front. The communication, guys being engaged.”

“I think we’re right where we need to be,” Wilson said. “I don’t think we can get too much better in the sense of guys being connected to one another. The calls, the plays, we’re playing with great tempo. There’s always room for improvement, obviously, as you go throughout the season and we’re just starting. We haven’t been this good in terms of collective offense I don’t think ever since we’ve been here, for four years, five years or whatever. So it’s a great start and we want to start where we finished last year. We want to accelerate. We want to continue to be able to do all the things that we can do.”