Over the past couple of seasons a debate about the value of the running game versus the passing game has raged, with each side putting forth data to support their argument. Fans of a power run game were delighted with the performance of the offense for the Seattle Seahawks over the course of the 2018 season, as a return to a physical brand of the sport built around the ground game and defense also led to a return to the playoffs.
Now, with 2019 training camps now less than four months away, Pro Bowl offensive tackle Duane Brown had a chance to weigh in with his thoughts on the debate in an interview with Patrick Claybon of the NFL Network.
It’s a short clip in which Brown states that maybe the Hawks ran the ball a little more than necessary under Brian Schottenheimer in 2018, and that with Russell Wilson on the roster, they really should be taking advantage of Wilson’s skills more than they did in 2018. In any case, for those who want to know what Brown was thinking as he uttered the words that perhaps the Seahawks ran a little more than necessary in 2018, here’s the face he made as he said it.
I really don’t have any more thoughts to add after that face, because that look really says it all for me.