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PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2012 2:05 pm    Post subject: Adopt-a-Hawk TC Tracker (Can we get a sticky Tats?) Reply with quote

**Please Read**

Do NOT post discussion about this thread in here, there is another thread open for that. Please limit all posts to news, clips, highlights and bulletins about the players listed below. Nothing more. If you have any questions, PM me or go to the discussion thread. Thanks in advance


Imani's Player Stocks (won't effect competition)


Rising
Russell Wilson
Golden Tate
Matt Flynn
KJ Wright
Braylon Edwards
Ricardo Lockette
Robert Turbin
Jason Jones
Heath Farwell

Falling
Marcus Trufant
Zach Miller
Kris Durham
Tarvaris Jackson
Deon Butler


Sleepers
Jeremy Lane
Winston Guy
Byron Maxwell
Greg Scruggs
JR Sweezy


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Team Klyon


Earl Thomas
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Marshawn Lynch
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Malcolm Smith
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Phil Bates
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Team hawks4ever8


Kam Chancellor
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Alan Branch
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Marcus Trufant
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Byron Maxwell
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Team Shazor4


Russell Wilson
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Week One: 12/16, 124 yards, 7.8 PA, 1 TD, 1 Int / 3 Car, 59 Yards, 19.7 YPC, 1 TD


Kellen Winslow
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Jaye Howard
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Dexter Davis
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Team Dools


Matt Flynn
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Week One: 11/13, 71 Yards, 5.5 PA, 0 TD, 1 INT

Red Bryant
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Leon Washington
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Week One: 5 Car, 26 Yards, 5.2 YPC

Deon Butler
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Team SoS


Richard Sherman
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Russell Okung
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Jeremy Lane
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Team JOEJOE


Bruce Irvin
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Golden Tate
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Doug Baldwin
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Ricardo Lockette
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Greg Scruggs
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Jeron Johnson
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Team Tooki


Bobby Wagner
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Brandon Browner
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Korey Toomer
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Steve Hauschka
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Team Lards


KJ Wright
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Zach Miller
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Phillip Adams
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Alex Barron
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Team Seaducks


Jason Jones
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Max Unger
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Clinton Mcdonald
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Lavasier Tunei
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Team hawkman98272


Brandon Mebane
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Jon Ryan
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Roy Lewis
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Jermaine Kearse
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Team seahawks22


Sidney Rice
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Leroy Hill
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Pierre Allen
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Allen Bradford
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Team chpjns15


Chris Clemons
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John Moffit
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Walter Thurmond
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Michael Robinson
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Team TheDudeAbides


Robert Turbin
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Cordarro Law
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Ben Obomanu
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JR Sweezy

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I don't believe for one second that Seattle makes it out of their first playoff game.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2012 4:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sidney Rice wrote:
teammate Sidney Rice told Eric Williams of the Tacoma News Tribune. He used to make big plays, jump up and throw the ball in the air and jump around things like that. But I see him becoming more of a professional. Hes doing much better.

These days, the ball goes back to the ref with a simple flip, no showboating. But more importantly, hes making more plays. When Rice missed the end of the season because of concussions, Tate posted 19 catches for 209 yards and a touchdown in five starts, solid numbers after a lackluster start.


http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/07/30/golden-tate-attracting-attention-with-his-play-now/

imani wrote:
these are actually the types of posts i encourage in the tracker thread, you have the right idea




I guess, I'll be the first to post.
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Bruce Irvin= Sacks: 4-1/2, Tackles: 5, FF: 1

Golden Tate= Rec: 10, Yds: 144, Avg: 14.4, TD: 3
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2012 5:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think Golden Tate is going to win this for me!

Danny Kelly from Fieldgulls.com wrote:
As for the above mentioned Golden Tate, I would say that it would have to be a toss up between he and Doug Baldwin as to who had the most steady and impressive weekend performance of the receiver group. Tate looks like a man possessed, and grabbed impressive downfield throws several times on deep corner routes against the 2-man coverage soft spot - over the top of the corner and out of the range of the safety. He's shifty at the line and beats press seemingly with ease. He has the Butler 'drives like it's on rails' change-of-direction but is much more physical as a runner and in fighting for the football in the air. I've been reminded that Golden Tate has looked this way in training camp before and that's true, but combined with his strong finish last season, what I'm seeing looks like the probable answer at X-receiver.

I think his track record as a great downfield blocker further separates him from his competition but only time will tell if Golden can finally realize his potential, not on the practice field, but on game days. Right now, I'm optimistic that Tate can be that guy for the Hawks, but as I've said elsewhere, it's still very early.



http://www.fieldgulls.com/2012/7/31/3207156/seahawks-training-camp-2012-notes-on-the-wide-receivers
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Golden Tate= Rec: 10, Yds: 144, Avg: 14.4, TD: 3
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2012 5:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Danny O'Neil from SeattleTimes.com wrote:
Notes from Camp Carroll 'Day-4', The play of the day in the eyes of Pete Carroll, however, was when rookie defensive end Bruce Irvin chased down a reverse from behind, knocking the ball out.



http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/seahawksblog/2018818187_camp_carroll_da_11.html


and, If you read the article Danny says something about and INT form Rookie Safety 'Malcolm Guy', I think it was a typo and he meant 'Winston' Guy, but anyway, that's my first report I've seen about Irvin's progress in Camp.
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Golden Tate= Rec: 10, Yds: 144, Avg: 14.4, TD: 3
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2012 6:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is that Pacquiao in the corner for my picture?
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2012 10:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

hawkman98272 wrote:
Is that Pacquiao in the corner for my picture?



Yea, lmao. It was the only picture I could find that was remotely close to your sig
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I don't believe for one second that Seattle makes it out of their first playoff game.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2012 2:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I guess this also belongs in here.

Braylon Edwards new beginning
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Edwards also flashed his competitive nature on the field, jetlag and all. On a pass from rookie quarterback Russell Wilson, Edwards went over a defender to tip the ball along the sideline and then caught it as he was falling.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2012 5:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's a short writeup of Fridays Practice by Bill Swartz of MyNorthwest.com that highlighted some plays by Golden Tate and Winston guy.

Highlight of Golden Tate wrote:
Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson had one of his best days of training camp. His pinpoint long pass down the sideline to receiver Golden Tate was the highlight play of the morning session at VMAC. Tate did not have much separation from safety Kam Chancellor, but hauled in the bomb over his shoulder and took it to the house.



Highlight of Winston Guy wrote:
Rookie safety Winston Guy from Kentucky continues to look like a playmaker. He stuck his nose in several running plays, and has the speed to cover the deep ball.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2012 11:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

in case you guys were wondering, this will be updated after each game of the preseason
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 11:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't think I've forgotten about this thread, I will be making updates and tweaks tomorrow and maybe even some tonight. All the stats will be updated after the game for each player that qualifies. Player articles, interviews and storylines are going to start flooding in shortly as well

Weekly Winners and Losers (5 each) will be chosen and i will select a Week 1 MVP and NotSoMVP Every Sunday


**If you have Questions, please ask them in the discussion thread
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2012 11:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Adopt-a-Hawk, Week 1 recap

MVP

Russell Wilson

-You can say it was against the 2's, you can say it was the preseason, you can talk about him constantly escaping the pocket...but the fact of the matter is this: Russell Wilson made ONE bad play all night. His reads, timing, accuracy, pocket presence, zip and decision making was phenomenal. This kid didn't look like a 3rd round rookie. He completely stole the show in the 1st game of preseason and although it's just preseason...we won this game because of DANGERuss. The throw across his body on third down to charly martin, his educated risk in lobbing it up to edwards from the pocket, his ability to run up the field and elude defenders all night, escaping pressure and completing passes and bailing out his second unit pass pro all night was very impressive. This kid has a future not only on this team, but in the NFL. He has set a standard for himself in the 2nd game this saturday, where he will get the same opportunity

NotsoMVP

Bruce Irvin

-This is purely based off of not meeting expectations. Nobody really played horrible in the first preseason game, but irvin showed nothing that would warrant a first round selection. He looked real nice running around, and stumbled upon a run stuff on a blown blocking assignment...but did absolutely nothing outside of that. Was he handicapped by the coaching staff? It's possible. But again, based on what hawks fans wanted to see...this was a pretty big letdown


Winners
Jason Jones
Richard Sherman
Russell Okung
Braylon Edwards
Greg Scruggs
Breno Giacomini
Leon Washington
Heath Farwell


Losers
Anthony McCoy
Kris Durham
Alex Barron

Headed in the right direction
Matt Flynn
JR Sweezy
Bobby Wagner
Robert Turbin
Jeremy Lane
Carson Wiggs


Stats will be updated other the next few hours and maybe into tomorrow. Please keep submitting your articles and interviews, they will be entered into the database shortly.

Head over to the discussion thread to reflect on last weeks game and talk about what's to come
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http://www.seahawks.com/news/articles/article-1/Thinking-secondary-first/d36bd83a-6f4c-4468-aec5-37833da5e234

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Best defensive player Richard Sherman: This one is a near unanimous choice, despite the fact that hes the only member of the secondary who did not play in the Pro Bowl after last season. He did go to Hawaii, however, as a guest of Thomas, Chancellor and Browner.


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Best free-agent addition Braylon Edwards: The late-arriving wide-out (he was signed July 31) quickly made up for lost time, and really turned up the volume on his game last week the day after Terrell Owens was signed. Edwards used his 6-3, 214-pound body to go up and over a defender on a 39-yard pass from rookie QB Russell Wilson in the preseason opener. He also has displayed elusiveness and deceptive speed in making similar plays in practice. Carroll is looking for a bigger target with big-play ability to replace Mike Williams at split end. Edwards is forcing Carroll to at least look his way.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 3:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

MVP

Russell Wilson

NotSOMVP

Terrell Owens


Winners
Russell Wilson
Anthony McCoy
Jerron Johnson
KJ Wright
Greg Scruggs
Steven H.
Terrell Sutton
Deon Butler


Losers
Russell Okung
Ricardo Lockette
Terrell Owens


Headed in the right direction
Matt Flynn
Kellen Winslow
Bobby Wagner
Robert Turbin
Kregg Lumpkin
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I don't believe for one second that Seattle makes it out of their first playoff game.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 8:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Aw, c'mon... just a *little* love for Sweezy? Kid's playing starting RG right now, isn't he? DT out of college and he may be starting for Moffitt on the OLine...

It's probably up to me to provide articles and such, but I just don't have the time, heh.

Fun to follow the relative unknowns during the preseason, though - cool idea.

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TheDudeAbides wrote:
Aw, c'mon... just a *little* love for Sweezy? Kid's playing starting RG right now, isn't he? DT out of college and he may be starting for Moffitt on the OLine...

It's probably up to me to provide articles and such, but I just don't have the time, heh.

Fun to follow the relative unknowns during the preseason, though - cool idea.

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tell me about. I've been trying to compile stats and stories offsite...but it's just been impossible lately
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