Are you?For 1st year coach Pete Carroll and Coach Bates, its been an arduous and tough season 1 of OMFL. The 'Hawks are 3-9 and have no shot to make the playoffs. The 'Hawks are also among the lowest scoring offenses in the OMFL. However, this team has shown steady improvement every week, and everyone from top to bottom believes that this team will be a contender in season 2. But enough about season 2, here are the storylines to look out for the remaining of this season.- Special Teams. RB Justin Forsett had handled the KR/PR duties for majority of the season until rookie Golden Tate was promoted to handle those duties last week against the Panthers. In his first game at PR he returned a punt 80 yards for a TD. Look for more big plays on special teams from this 2nd round pick out of Notre Dame.- Mike Williams. Coaches Pete Carroll and Bates LOVE Mike Williams. Look for him to get more chances in the final games of the season...especially in redzone.- Earl Thomas. He missed a few games early in the season but his strong play since his return has him getting pro bowl votes.- Keith Ellison. A young MLB released by the Bills and picked up in FA early in the season...this guy has good potential, and with David Hawthorne out for the remainder of the season, Ellison will get a chance to show what he can do.- Josh Wilson. This starting CB has only 1 int on the year...compared to 6 for Trufant. Will he be back on this team next season?- RB Rotation. No RB has distinguished himself when given chance to be primary ball carrier. Justin Forsett has been the best of the bunch, but he isn't an every down back. Julius Jones will surely be on another team next season...and Jonathan Dwyer hasn't shown much.- Jevan Snead. His play has been erratic but the coaches are keeping their faith in him. One game he makes beautiful throw after throw, the next he he's missing open recievers by 10 yards. He is being given every opportunity to succeed, but will he be able to make enough plays to keep the organization from going another way this offseason?- Deon Butler. With Santana Moss out, Butler has really stepped up his play. He has gone from early season trade bait to a one of Snead's favorite targets. He may not look the part of starting WR at only 5'10, 182 lbs, but the little guy is reliable.