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Evan, Jeff, Nathan, and Brian reconvene for a Covid-escaping discussion of the Seahawks offseason after the team has made a number of moves, including the big trade for Quinton Dunbar.

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4 Responses

  1. Scott Crowder

    This secondary looks really exciting this year. McDougald is good. He’s not a bad safety at all. Diggs is a safety that raises an entire secondary around him, like ET (but I’m not saying he’s ET good). And we have Blair, who is learning and might be our next Kam. IF. Brian is right about how Blair didn’t start over some real duds.

    And now we have Tre Flowers, who showed his rookie year he has potential and who had a rough sophomore year, but we will see if he rebounds like Quill did. We have Quill and Dunbar, two bookend shut down corners.

    All we need is a pass rush and the turnovers will come.

  2. Sean

    Is there any way you see the Hawks moving to a hybrid defense and starting Blair at nickel instead of having a 3rd linebacker?

  3. Rowdy Yates

    Blair not starting over “duds,” was like Fant not starting over Ifedi:
    PC’s call.

    In free agency Fant made 13 million and Ifedi the league minimum.

    Therefore, Blair and Amadi not starting might mean they’re not good enough. Or it might mean PC doesn’t like them, rightly, or wrongly.

    • Scott Crowder

      Same thing with Penny. He was doing great, but couldn’t get the snaps. When he got the snaps, he kept doing great. Question was, why didn’t he get the snaps to begin with?
      When Brown was out and Fant replaced him, the oline was clearly improved. Would have rather kept Fant, but not for that money. Valid question was why was Ifedi starting over Fant?

      Oh, and guys, it’s hard enough cooped up in lockdown, heck, it’s hard enough just sitting through the offseason. WRITE MORE STUFF!!!!


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