Type: Posts; User: seahawksfan837
It's definitely not true.
C'mon... Be serious.
You can "hear" the pain with every post. It's glorious.
Plus, Green Bay is a vastly inferior team to Seattle that was lucky to even be in that game due to a massive turnover fluke.
Bettis over Harrison? What? Is the NFL trying to turn it into the Pro Baseball HOF?
Forgone conclusion might be a little strong, but you're not wrong -- it was almost universally accepted that he was going to be cut. It's actually the basis for his holdout. Even he didn't think he'd...
Besides, how did he win it over OBJ anyways?
He's not a free agent.
And a shoutout to the Patriots fans on here. Some great football talk the last few days, despite all the other noise.
I agree with you about 99.9% of the time, but this is the 0.1%. Namely, because if Browner is predominantly defending Kearse, it's a perfect matchup for BB. BB can be exploited big time by smaller,...
The Seahawks could improve their cap situation by extending him one more year and shifting some money too. Wouldn't surprise me at all. You could argue he had his best year at 28.
The 1st Amendment doesn't protect you from your employer. If I stand up in a board meeting and say "my director sucks" I'll be fired.
The 1st Amendment only protects you from the government, aside...
Beat me to it.
Wagner rarely defends TEs. That generally falls on KJ Wright and Chancellor, who are both great at it.
Chancellor wasn't really healthy until the Arizona game. That point on is when you'll have a good idea of how the Seahawks D will play against TEs.
That said, Gronk will get his. I just hope they...
That's the only way I see him leaving Seattle.
Seahawks win. I'll say 27-13.
And yes, I'm prepared to eat crow on that if I'm way off.
I agree with both of you. They benefit from each other.
I would be SHOCKED if he wasn't in Seattle next year.
Correct, and no other answer is acceptable.
It was a joke, which of course Joker is too stupid to figure out.
Earl Thomas said his shoulder was 100% and was drug tested the next day, so he joked about it on Twitter. Plenty of players do the...
Let the hurt out! Hahaha.
The NFL can't force him to say anything, but they can fine him or take other disciplinary action.
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