There are some positive takeaways coming out of the second preseason game against the Chicago Bears – as long as you really stretch what you consider as positives. The Seahawks first round pick Charles Cross had a chance to match up with one of the top pass rushers in the NFL and showed out well despite not knowing who Robert Quinn is. Geno Smith, if he gets the start, will have to starting receivers to throw to rather than they guys who aren't standing out as a clear third or fourth option.
Seahawks fans will get to see Drew Lock coming up in this week's game against the Dallas Cowboys. Will he be able to do enough to earn a start against the Broncos or has Pete Carroll already made that decision? Based on what we've seen (or haven't) from players like Marquise Blair, Dwayne Eskridge, Marquise Goodwin, L.J. Collier or Ryan Neal – we see some cuts of some high draft picks or free agent acquisitions.
In the second half of the show, there's one quarterback the Seahawks could consider if he's cut by his current team. There's another guy who won the starting job that Seattle should have tried harder to get. Then there's another quarterback who can just decide when he wants to be at practice and when he doesn't. People who put they're Venmo name out in public for random celebrations and an event charging way too much for an essential item both need to do better. Better at life honors go out to firefighters again along with a pair of little league baseball players.