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Discussion in 'Seattle Seahawks' started by Don Wassall, May 24, 2012.
Only Evan Moore would be a starter, right?
Zach Miller is the starting TE. Nice to see the Seahawks dump Kellen Winslow, at least they'll have five staters on offense, six if/when the Great Russell Wilson Experiment fails.
That is exactly why I was asking! I think that qualifies them as one of the more white friendly offenses in the NFL. I believe their defense is coal black however.
After the latest set of roster moves and the addition of Evan Moore, Seattle should have 14 Whites on the opening day roster. Guard Allen Barbre is serving a 4-game suspension, so the number could go to 15 when he returns, assuming whoever is cut in his place will be black.
They did not hit the low tens, and possibly the single digits that I had predicted, but it's still a bad situation. Not one White starter on D, only 5 on offense (4 on the line), and Russell Wilson as the QB, so I will be rooting heavily against this team in 2012.
As will I. I just thought they were a little worse than they are. It may be a while before Wilson gets benches or injured too. I am certain he will have a long leash.
A winnable game, given away by going with the afrolete. Put Flynn in.
In other bad news, Charly Martin suffered a collapsed lung.
Flynn's elbow has been limiting him practice.
Take away the yards on the bad call last play and Wilson passed for 87 yards, and people around here are still defending the guy. He's the Barack Obama of quarterbacks. Among other things, he always drops back and curls out of the pocket to his right, maybe it's a bad habit but it probably is because he can't see because he's a pygmy, which makes him really easy to stifle.
Let's not forget the first interception he threw on that drive which he was also bailed out of by the inept refs.
And the yards from the truly awful PI call with Sydney Rice. What was that, another 20? It's a joke.
Looks like Charly Martin will be challenging Jerheme Urban's once thought untouchable Seattle record for most times waived, demoted and promoted (and vice versa) from the practice squad.
Seahawks promoted WR Charly Martin from the practice squad. He's taking the suspended Winston Guy's roster spot. Martin has appeared in four games this season, making four catches for 42 yards. He should be limited to special teams on Sunday, however.
TE Zach Miller w/ 8 catches for 142 yards and a TD in Seattle's playoff loss to Atlanta.