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Warren Moon:”Everyone Is Expecting Big Things Out Of This Years Seahawks”

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The Drive Wednesday 9-4-13 – Warren Moon talks with The Drive about what its like for a player when the last few days before the season approach, what his relationship with Cam Newton is like now, and if he sees the third year quarterback is ready to handle losing in a more professional way.

Warren Moon the Hall of Famer talks with Taylor Zarzour about the lead up to the first game of the season.

“Everybody wants to start 1-0.  Its a great week not only for the players but for the fans too”

Everyone around the league is looking at Seattle as the team to beating the NFC so we ask Warren where he thinks the Seahawks will end up at seasons end.

“They were 31 seconds away from being in the Championship game last year…That’s all water under the bridge now.  This team feels like all they have to do is finish of their games and they’ll be there in February”

Seattle has not faired well in road openers the past few years so we ask the Hal of Famer if he thinks that trend will continue against the Panthers on Sunday.

“I think the big concern is fatigue.  Its going to be hot and the Seahawks haven’t practiced in that”

“The weather and the elements are going to be a big factor in this game”

Finally we close by talking about Warren’s movement towards player safety and the new Xenith helmet that he is a proponent of.

“I think they are doing as much as they can to make the game safer”

“This is a game that’s going to have to be changed from the grassroots level”

Warren Moon has the color commentary of the Seahawks/Panthers game this Sunday for the Seahawks Radio Network.

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