Things for HBO are getting a little awkward lately. Though the show is wildly successful and very entertaining, they're having some trouble landing an organization that wants to be featured. So far, Tampa Bay, Detroit, Atlanta, Denver, and New York (Jets) have declined to take part. One team that hasn't yet declined? Your Seattle Seahawks.
Though Seattle is a smallish market that gets basically no love on a national level, I do believe that the Hawks have some entertainment value up their sleeve. Pete Carroll is as Hollywood of a coach you're going to find. Marshawn Lynch is hilarious, period. The Mike Williams story is intriguing, and the wholesale roster makeover would provide a good storyline. Tom Cable, aka Frenchie from the Departed, is an interesting character and has a history of punching out his assistant coaches. We can offer a quarterback controversy, Barry Gibbs Whitehurst for the ladies, and a cameo or two from Will Ferrell and Rob Riggle.
Regardless, here's the question I pose to you today: SHOULD the Seahawks accept, if offered? Would it be a distraction or do you think it would have a positive impact for the club as a whole?