Geno Smith had an unbelievable season at the helm of the Seattle Seahawks offense. In his first year as the Seahawks’ starter, Smith led the NFL with a 69.8% completion percentage and made his first Pro Bowl. Not only that, he set the Seattle franchise record for passing yards in a season with 4,282. One may remember that Smith was an afterthought going into the season. Even though Russell Wilson had been traded to Denver, very few believed Smith would have the kind of year that he did.
Geno Smith’s Magical Season Has Come to an End
Unfortunately for Geno Smith and the Seattle Seahawks, their improbable season came to an end at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers. After their 41-23 loss, Smith was asked what his future may look like. After all, he is an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
Smith’s response was one that should excite Seahawks fans: “I want to finish my career in Seattle.”
It certainly sounds like the long-time backup quarterback has finally found a home and a situation that works for him. One this is for sure, the Seattle offense rolled with Geno Smith at the helm. Hopefully both sides can get a new contract done quickly.
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