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  • RE: David Moore, Jaron Brown..

    Its a fact he cant turn. I honestly refer to him mentally as the MiG-25. Only mentally because no one else gets the reference.

    Its not just his college film. He can only run the routes called , right? But his cone and shuttle times at the combine probably are what made him fall nearly out of even the SECOND round. He had all the motivation in the world and he IS a hard worker.. but he still couldnt do much with those times. They were blocking TE type numbers, not agile receiver numbers. Then there is the video from OTAs and rookie camp.. extra steps to stop, extra steps to turn..a sort of weird shuffle at the top of a dig route. Hopefully some of it he can learn and improve. But we are looking at a guy who is going to mostly be a post / fly / corner / seam route guy. That doesnt mean he wont be good. You can make a career out of being that guy. I just think that means his production (not his style) will be more Sydney Rice than Jerry Rice.. 60 - 800 - 8?

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  • RE: Will Russ's new Reality Show impact his season?

    a) FFS.

    b) "the show will focus on their love and faith"... sounds riveting.

    Russ..if you want to play til youre 45 you have plenty of time to raise your exposure. C'mon man..

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  • RE: David Moore, Jaron Brown..

    One reservation I have about DK is he seems like the kind of pipe dream JS and PC have always chased and its never really worked out. It seems to be something that works better in the theory than in practice. Will see how it meshes. I still contend that 1/3 of his value will stend up being as a decoy. The fact that he cant turn almost helps there. Any time he is split wide I dont know the defense doesnt have to worry about a go or post pattern from him.

    Jaron Brown was decent in the red zone and Reynolds didnt produce when he got in 2 games but Im still holding out hope.

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  • RE: ...and we are BACK.

    Pretty embarrassing to have an SSL issue linger like that but thats the price we pay for having a different software package than most. Cant say @sammyc521 didnt warn us but Im nothing if not stubborn.

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  • RE: David Moore, Jaron Brown..

    It is really. But in the case of Brown Im wondering how much was just the Seahawks under utilizing him. I dont really have an idea of why Moore just faded out .. Hoping we see something from that and its forces the Seahawks to outrage us in their choice and someone really good gets cut because there are not enough roster spots. If we are in a position where we are releasing players who are looking real good, it will say something about our depth!

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  • RE: David Moore, Jaron Brown..

    I think it's sad that I have more faith in the three drafted rookie WRs than in Moore or Brown with how little impact they had at the end of the year.

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  • RE: Star Wars Episode IX (Official Thread)

    I gotta say... Im starting to get a bit more excited for this. For a while I just sort of felt resignation. But the photos released a couple weeks ago..the tid bits here and there.. Im getting a bit more into it.

    Completely disagree with @aureus regarding the Marvel situation. But thats for another thread.

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  • David Moore, Jaron Brown..

    So besides Lockett those guys are running with starters in OTAs. I assume its because of the whole "make the rookies earn it, nothing is assumed" mentality..

    BUT.. do either have a chance to hang on and be a starter in a 3 WR formation? Moore had been demoted all the way to WR4 by the end of last season but has had some good reviews this offseason..

    Brown the Seahawks have repeatedly lamented not using more of last year.

    Do any returning WRs have a chance in the face of a strong rookie class at the position?

    posted in Hawks Cast Forum
  • ...and we are BACK.

    Had an SSL issue that become unexpectedly complex..
    @Birdfinger saved the day though. And we are back.

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  • RE: The Draft: In Conclusion..

    Great assessment. I agree that the Seahawks always look for value for value when they draft.

    Turning Frank Clark and their #1 pick is to several more players is quintessential Seahawks.

    What is hard to judge is that the types of players the Seahawks tend to covet are guys that are very much low-radar kind of guys. DK Metcalf was a freak at the combine but they also look past his biggest skill sets; size and speed - two things that are nearly impossible to coach. But that fits into what the Seahawks want for their play-action deep game.

    I am excited for this offseason to round into training camp.

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