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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2013 5:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

trade the farm for picks next year so we can get Cloweny! Dude jumped over me in high school
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I hope that Russell NOT throwing players open is a case of being a rookie and not having that rapport with the players. We all know how much Hass trusted Bobby Engram (and even Doug Baldwin) when he was on this team.

Russell *should* improve in that regard as he adjusts to the NFL and has a proper off-season with his receivers.


Hass never played with Baldwin... Laughing
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2013 2:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I hope that Russell NOT throwing players open is a case of being a rookie and not having that rapport with the players. We all know how much Hass trusted Bobby Engram (and even Doug Baldwin) when he was on this team.

Russell *should* improve in that regard as he adjusts to the NFL and has a proper off-season with his receivers.


Hass never played with Baldwin... Laughing


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Florida DT Shariff Floyd is playing like a man possessed tonight. I've had him as a 3rd rounder for some time now but if he keeps playing like this and showing up in offseason drills he's definitely a 2nd round guy.
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Prospects I really like by position for our team. Bolded players are ones that are among my most coveted players for Seattle.

QB
1. Brad Sorensen, Southern Utah
- Incredibly strong arm and solid accuracy. Only problem is that he's heavy-footed and inconsistent, but for a late round guy I'd love him to backup Wilson if we trade Flynn.

2. Sean Renfree, Duke
- Just a really solid decision maker and one of the more underrated prospects in the draft. Renfree has that TJ Yates style of gritty backup QB that would be good to have behind Wilson and he handles pressure quite well. Smart kid.

RB
1. Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina
- Obviously his injury is quite serious, but his immense potential I think he'd be worth it to stash him on the IR as a late round draft pick and let him take his time to heal up while Lynch and Turbin keep doing their thing.

2. Stepfan Taylor, Stanford
- I think he's going to be a great back in this league if he goes to a team that gives him a chance to start. He has great power, really good footwork, and is a slippery kid with quick lateral agility. He'd be great in a ZBS and is the type of heady player that we like. He'll probably be selected too early for my taste in a #3 RB, however.

3. Ray Graham, Pittsburgh
- Injury question, but when Graham is on the field he is Shady McCoy like. His on-a-dime lateral agility is rare and he would be a great fit in our ZBS as a Leon Washington understudy.

4. Alfred Blue, Louisiana State
- Blue has to be the most underrated back in this draft class. Kid has 1st round ability but is being down-graded simply because LSU doesn't give him the touches like a normal #1 back gets. He barely led his own team, but there is no doubt that he is a horse that will be a starter in this league.

5. Theo Riddick, Notre Dame
- It's beyond me how this kid doesn't get talked about more. He's an absolute playmaker that pops out of the screen when you watch the Irish. I'd love him as a #3/KR.

6. Zac Stacy, Vanderbilt
- Unfortunately wouldn't play ST so I doubt he'd be a choice for us, but Stacy will be a good back in this league as well, reminds me of MJD.

WR
1. Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee
- Patterson is absolutely the #1 guy I want, as I think he brings both the size and dynamic ability that we are looking for out of our #1 WR. Patterson can take a Bevell bubble screen to the house on any play.

2. Aaron Dobson, Marshall
- I think Marshall provides the size and athletic ability that this team would like to experiment with in the 4th round (where I think he ends up). Dobson has freakish potential.

3. Aaron Mellette, Elon
- Small school kid with good size and great production. He'd be a project at first but has Cecil Shorts like potential.

TE
1. Jordan Reed, Florida
- Really the only guy I'd want at the position as he would serve as our slot mismatch TE.

OT
1. Justin Pugh, Syracuse
- Pugh is a guy that's a little on the light side, but I think he'd be a solid fit as mid/late round RT for competition with Breno, not necessarily a replacement.

2. Dallas Thomas, Tennessee
- I love Dallas Thomas. He could be a solid LT, but I think he'd be a monster RT guy for us and can also play OG to boot. I'd really like this pick in the 2nd round.

3. Oday Aboushi, Virginia
- Oday is the only guy I want at 6'6" or taller in this class, and that's because he has the best knee bend. Another guy I could see as a Saffold-esque LT, he also could be very good for us at RT. Also wouldn't mind taking him in the 2nd.

OG
1. Chance Warmack, Alabama
- Is there any Chance he falls to us? Highly unlikely, but it'd be awesome considering he's perfect as an athletic run-mauler that is only 6'3" for our short QB.

2. Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina
- Cooper is on my short list for guys I really want in the 1st that I think could be highly likely. A kid that's a touch light but would excel in the ZBS with his quick feet and attitude. He's also a perfect 6'3" so the interior of our line stays short.

3. Omoregie Uzzi, Georgia Tech
- Another athletic interior guard that blocked for a high-powered Georgia Tech rush offense. Would be a nice mid/late round pickup.

LEO
1. Quanterus Smith, Western Kentucky
- We would only need an athletic project in the late rounds here, and Smith fits that to a tee.

LDE
1. Datone Jones, UCLA
- One of my favorite prospects, I'd be willing to take him in the late 2nd round but there's a chance he falls to the 3rd. He has played both 5-tech DE and UT for the Bruins and could do exactly the same here. He'd be a Michael Bennett type player for us, with the ability to rush the passer while keeping run contain.

2. Margus Hunt, Southern Methodist
- Not a guy I'd particularly like taking in the first two rounds, but I wouldn't hate it. He's a player with a high ceiling, with his terrific build and athleticism. Could be the next Calais Campbell.

UT
1. Ezekial Ansah, Brigham Young
- Ansah is an athletic freak with a ceiling that could reach the top of the Space Needle. He can play at both UT and LDE, though I feel like he'd be best served to stay at his current 285-295 pounds and play the Henry Melton role for us. Really want him in the 1st round and hope he falls to us.

2. Chris Jones, Bowling Green
- A guy Osprey has been talking about a lot, so I decided to check him out. Definitely a hard working kid with a knack to get to the QB and he could dominate next to Mebane. If you can't get Ansah in the 1st, get Jones in the 2nd.

WLB
1. Khaseem Greene, Rutgers
- Greene is one of my favorite prospects and he's among the top of my list for our 2nd rounder. Probably won't make it, but he plays with great intensity, instincts, and ability to rush the passer. Just what we need.

2. Chase Thomas, Stanford
- Certainly wasn't the first guy on his wagon, but Thomas looks like a great option at that position for us with his versatility.

3. Sean Porter, Texas A&M
- I've always loved Porter and think he'd be terrific value in the 3rd round. Porter should be allowed to blitz more as our WLB, and he's proven to be an effective pass rusher with the Aggies.
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1. Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina
- Obviously his injury is quite serious, but his immense potential I think he'd be worth it to stash him on the IR as a late round draft pick and let him take his time to heal up while Lynch and Turbin keep doing their thing.




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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 8:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I really, really think a dynamic slasher back would be awesome for this team. Certainly a luxury, but it would open up the playbook even more.

A guy I wouldn't mind throwing a 7th rounder at his Dyer. I know he's an idiot, but he is so talented.
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Tatupu_64 wrote:
I really, really think a dynamic slasher back would be awesome for this team. Certainly a luxury, but it would open up the playbook even more.

A guy I wouldn't mind throwing a 7th rounder at his Dyer. I know he's an idiot, but he is so talented.


I like it - I said this pages ago - I think somebody who can really do some damage outside the tackles and catch passes would be a great addition.

Can somebody please tell me the hype around Cordarrelle Patterson? All I see is a guy with great speed and size but I'm never that impressed when I see him running routes. I've only watch a couple of Tennessee games and obviously Hunter jumps out at me first as the WR on that team. I just worry Patterson will end up being a bust if he can't polish up his routes defeat bump'n'run coverage. I'll try to go back and watch soem more games - but what are you guys seeing that I'm not?
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Tatupu_64 wrote:
I really, really think a dynamic slasher back would be awesome for this team. Certainly a luxury, but it would open up the playbook even more.

A guy I wouldn't mind throwing a 7th rounder at his Dyer. I know he's an idiot, but he is so talented.


I like it - I said this pages ago - I think somebody who can really do some damage outside the tackles and catch passes would be a great addition.

Can somebody please tell me the hype around Cordarrelle Patterson? All I see is a guy with great speed and size but I'm never that impressed when I see him running routes. I've only watch a couple of Tennessee games and obviously Hunter jumps out at me first as the WR on that team. I just worry Patterson will end up being a bust if he can't polish up his routes defeat bump'n'run coverage. I'll try to go back and watch soem more games - but what are you guys seeing that I'm not?


He's the kinda guy that can score from anywhere on the field. He may not run the best routes as of now, but he shows the hip flexibility to be able to adapt to that so I'm not all that worried. He displays great hands at times and is probably the best WR in this class with the ball in his hands. Tremendous size/speed combo with the potential to be a bigger Percy Harvin.

EDIT: And it should be noted that this is his first year playing Division 1 football.
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SaveourSonics wrote:
SwiftTexan wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
I really, really think a dynamic slasher back would be awesome for this team. Certainly a luxury, but it would open up the playbook even more.

A guy I wouldn't mind throwing a 7th rounder at his Dyer. I know he's an idiot, but he is so talented.


I like it - I said this pages ago - I think somebody who can really do some damage outside the tackles and catch passes would be a great addition.

Can somebody please tell me the hype around Cordarrelle Patterson? All I see is a guy with great speed and size but I'm never that impressed when I see him running routes. I've only watch a couple of Tennessee games and obviously Hunter jumps out at me first as the WR on that team. I just worry Patterson will end up being a bust if he can't polish up his routes defeat bump'n'run coverage. I'll try to go back and watch soem more games - but what are you guys seeing that I'm not?


He's the kinda guy that can score from anywhere on the field. He may not run the best routes as of now, but he shows the hip flexibility to be able to adapt to that so I'm not all that worried. He displays great hands at times and is probably the best WR in this class with the ball in his hands. Tremendous size/speed combo with the potential to be a bigger Percy Harvin.

EDIT: And it should be noted that this is his first year playing Division 1 football.


That, and his change of direction is unbelievable, with the fact that he is 6í3 and will run in the 4.3ís.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

hawksman81 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
SwiftTexan wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
I really, really think a dynamic slasher back would be awesome for this team. Certainly a luxury, but it would open up the playbook even more.

A guy I wouldn't mind throwing a 7th rounder at his Dyer. I know he's an idiot, but he is so talented.


I like it - I said this pages ago - I think somebody who can really do some damage outside the tackles and catch passes would be a great addition.

Can somebody please tell me the hype around Cordarrelle Patterson? All I see is a guy with great speed and size but I'm never that impressed when I see him running routes. I've only watch a couple of Tennessee games and obviously Hunter jumps out at me first as the WR on that team. I just worry Patterson will end up being a bust if he can't polish up his routes defeat bump'n'run coverage. I'll try to go back and watch soem more games - but what are you guys seeing that I'm not?


He's the kinda guy that can score from anywhere on the field. He may not run the best routes as of now, but he shows the hip flexibility to be able to adapt to that so I'm not all that worried. He displays great hands at times and is probably the best WR in this class with the ball in his hands. Tremendous size/speed combo with the potential to be a bigger Percy Harvin.

EDIT: And it should be noted that this is his first year playing Division 1 football.


That, and his change of direction is unbelievable, with the fact that he is 6í3 and will run in the 4.3ís.


I'm not so sure he's a 4.3 guy. His speed isn't really top notch, it's more his acceleration.
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SaveourSonics wrote:
hawksman81 wrote:
SaveourSonics wrote:
SwiftTexan wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
I really, really think a dynamic slasher back would be awesome for this team. Certainly a luxury, but it would open up the playbook even more.

A guy I wouldn't mind throwing a 7th rounder at his Dyer. I know he's an idiot, but he is so talented.


I like it - I said this pages ago - I think somebody who can really do some damage outside the tackles and catch passes would be a great addition.

Can somebody please tell me the hype around Cordarrelle Patterson? All I see is a guy with great speed and size but I'm never that impressed when I see him running routes. I've only watch a couple of Tennessee games and obviously Hunter jumps out at me first as the WR on that team. I just worry Patterson will end up being a bust if he can't polish up his routes defeat bump'n'run coverage. I'll try to go back and watch soem more games - but what are you guys seeing that I'm not?


He's the kinda guy that can score from anywhere on the field. He may not run the best routes as of now, but he shows the hip flexibility to be able to adapt to that so I'm not all that worried. He displays great hands at times and is probably the best WR in this class with the ball in his hands. Tremendous size/speed combo with the potential to be a bigger Percy Harvin.

EDIT: And it should be noted that this is his first year playing Division 1 football.


That, and his change of direction is unbelievable, with the fact that he is 6í3 and will run in the 4.3ís.


I'm not so sure he's a 4.3 guy. His speed isn't really top notch, it's more his acceleration.


He sure looks like it to me, and Iíve read numerous reports of him doing so.

Iíve seen numerous plays where it looks like the defender has the angle on him, and it doesnít look like heís running super fast, but then he just blows right by them.
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I think he will run in the 4.3s. long strides + great acceleration.
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Cordarelle Patterson = Dez Bryant - 5 catching - 10 spectacular catch - 10 route running + 5 acceleration + 2 speed.

To put it eloquently.
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Tatupu_64 wrote:
Cordarelle Patterson = Dez Bryant - 5 catching - 10 spectacular catch - 10 route running + 5 acceleration + 2 speed.

To put it eloquently.


is this madden? haha
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