Not bad, right? It is only preseason, but after watching him flounder in Cleveland and Kansas City and sitting in Denver the Fighting Irish Faithful have to be glad to see one of their favorite sons in action again.
He may not be lining up for a starter's job, but there are a lot of jobs that suck a whole lot more than being a back-up QB on a team that many consider a Super Bowl contender.
The only problem now is his competition, Tavaris Jackson, who has also looked good in preseason action. For the Seahawks it would not be bad to have two decent back-ups, but it would also not be surprising to see one of the two get dangled as trade bait.