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Geno Smith Ready To Lead The Charge On OC Ryan Grubb's New Offense
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Geno Smith “Very impressed” with OC Ryan Grubb’s offense in early stages of offseason

In 2022, Geno Smith took a significant step forward when Russell Wilson left town and Geno was thrust into the starting quarterback position. He easily won the Comeback Player of the Year award and looked like an elite passer leading the league in completion percentage at 69.8%.


Smith appeared more like a game manager than a game changer in 2023, but still posted respectable numbers, leading the Seahawks to an 8-7 record.


With significant changes to the franchise, Mike Macdonald has taken over as the Seahawks Head Coach, replacing Pete Corral after his 13-year tenure with the team. Bringing in an Offensive Coordinator Ryan Grubb.


Geno Smith has praised the track record of his new coach, saying, “Obviously from the stuff he’s done in college he has a great track record. And then just being a part of the system, being able to learn from him, the type of guy that he is, the type of man that he is, the type of coach that he is. There are going to be great things coming for us.” Geno has also mentioned that he is putting in extra work to study more. He has been having additional meetings with the receivers, running backs, and offensive linemen to ensure that he is not just ready to learn Grubb’s system, but to master it.


As of now, in redraft leagues, Geno Smith would go undrafted in majority of leagues, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see Geno Smith return to his 2022 Comeback Player of the Year form with Grubb’s system making its way to the NFL. Grubb led the Huskies to become one of the most prolific passing offenses in the country, which could translate to more passing volume for the Seahawks and Geno Smith in 2024.