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Postby BossHog » Sat Nov 08, 2003 3:09 pm

A year makes a difference for Holmgren, Spurrier
Joseph White, AP

Holmgren's doldrums have dissipated in the 12 months that have passed, while Spurrier's fortunes have plummeted. The Seahawks, 2-6 after that Redskins game, are now 6-2 and sit in first place in the NFC West entering Sunday's game at Washington (3-4).

"Since that game, our team has gotten better and better," Holmgren said. "We finished last season on a good note. We won our last three. Matt Hasselbeck really established himself as the quarterback of the team, which was a big step. We've been fortunate this season to win some close games. It feels a whole lot better being 6-2 than 2-6."

By contrast, the dour Redskins mood following last year's 11-point victory now seems almost laughable. They've lost four straight; a sense of organizational chaos is setting in; a Spurrier Job Watch is underway; and the season is in danger of spiraling out of control.






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