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Per NFL network 3 years 26 million, 10 million guaranteed

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Great deal for Seattle. If he doesn't pan out they didn't spend much.
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Yep, that's a good price for us. Short enough that if it turns out his big games were flukes, we're not stuck.
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Yep, that's a good price for us. Short enough that if it turns out his big games were flukes, we're not stuck.
I like Seattle to be a surprise playoff team next year.
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As long as Peyton Manning doesn't sign with San Francisco, this Seattle roster has the talent to win the NFC West.

On paper, they don't have any glaring weaknesses, but that's assuming Flynn wasn't just a product of Green Bay's extremely QB-friendly system. Whatever the case, he'll have a running game to lean on. He has to be an upgrade over T-Jack.

And defensively, the Seahawks added Jason Jones this week to a top-10 unit.

The roster is shaping up nicely. And now they can use pick #12 on Kuechly, DeCastro, or a pass rusher.
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As long as Peyton Manning doesn't sign with San Francisco, this Seattle roster has the talent to win the NFC West.
The problem is that out of the 4 of the choices we think he has (Tennessee, Miami, Denver, San Fran) that the 49ers have got to be considered the best team without him.

Personally, I would like to know why Flynn didn't start all the time at LSU. Perriloux took his job but then got suspended right? Not sold on Flynn, especially because he played the Lions who have one of the worst secondaries in the NFL. I don't recall the Patriots defense and if it wasn't good or not, but I wasn't overly impressed. AJ Feeley played that Patriots team and almost beat them as well that year (I'm pretty sure).

You are right though, Seattle is a very good team. i like what is going on there, besides the jerseys.
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The problem is that out of the 4 of the choices we think he has (Tennessee, Miami, Denver, San Fran) that the 49ers have got to be considered the best team without him.

Personally, I would like to know why Flynn didn't start all the time at LSU. Perriloux took his job but then got suspended right? Not sold on Flynn, especially because he played the Lions who have one of the worst secondaries in the NFL. I don't recall the Patriots defense and if it wasn't good or not, but I wasn't overly impressed. AJ Feeley played that Patriots team and almost beat them as well that year (I'm pretty sure).

You are right though, Seattle is a very good team. i like what is going on there, besides the jerseys.
He was the #1 recruit or in the top 5. I don't know if Perriloux and Flynn were ever on the same team though.
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He was the #1 recruit or in the top 5. I don't know if Perriloux and Flynn were ever on the same team though.
#1 and yes they played on the same team in '07
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The problem is that out of the 4 of the choices we think he has (Tennessee, Miami, Denver, San Fran) that the 49ers have got to be considered the best team without him.

Personally, I would like to know why Flynn didn't start all the time at LSU. Perriloux took his job but then got suspended right? Not sold on Flynn, especially because he played the Lions who have one of the worst secondaries in the NFL. I don't recall the Patriots defense and if it wasn't good or not, but I wasn't overly impressed. AJ Feeley played that Patriots team and almost beat them as well that year (I'm pretty sure).

You are right though, Seattle is a very good team. i like what is going on there, besides the jerseys.

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As long as Peyton Manning doesn't sign with San Francisco, this Seattle roster has the talent to win the NFC West.

On paper, they don't have any glaring weaknesses, but that's assuming Flynn wasn't just a product of Green Bay's extremely QB-friendly system. Whatever the case, he'll have a running game to lean on. He has to be an upgrade over T-Jack.

And defensively, the Seahawks added Jason Jones this week to a top-10 unit.

The roster is shaping up nicely. And now they can use pick #12 on Kuechly, DeCastro, or a pass rusher.
I like how you're thinking cowboy.

I just noticed this signing (darn family get togethers) and couldnt be happier.

On a somewhat unrelated topic where does Ryan tannehill land now. The list of suitors seem to be drying up especially if Alex Smith ends up in Miami. Maybe Cleveland trades down a bit and jumps on him.
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I like how you're thinking cowboy.

I just noticed this signing (darn family get togethers) and couldnt be happier.

On a somewhat unrelated topic where does Ryan tannehill land now. The list of suitors seem to be drying up especially if Alex Smith ends up in Miami. Maybe Cleveland trades down a bit and jumps on him.
What do you Seahawks fans think, you're team's pretty well rounded, not too committed to Flynn and not overwhelmed with glaring deficiencies, is it possible that they still pick up Tannehill if he's sitting their when they pick? They'd be paying the two of them less than franchise QBs and some less than franchise QBs like the Sanchize. You might end up wasting the pick on a player you don't end up needing, but in that scenario you can be the beneficiaries of a starting QB trade to give you ammo to fill what ever holes open up by then.

Mind you guys I haven't been paying too close of attention to the offseason so far so if I'm missing some glaring holes in your roster that dictate a first round pick be spent to address them, please correct me.
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What do you Seahawks fans think, you're team's pretty well rounded, not too committed to Flynn and not overwhelmed with glaring deficiencies, is it possible that they still pick up Tannehill if he's sitting their when they pick? They'd be paying the two of them less than franchise QBs and some less than franchise QBs like the Sanchize. You might end up wasting the pick on a player you don't end up needing, but in that scenario you can be the beneficiaries of a starting QB trade to give you ammo to fill what ever holes open up by then.

Mind you guys I haven't been paying too close of attention to the offseason so far so if I'm missing some glaring holes in your roster that dictate a first round pick be spent to address them, please correct me.
I wouldn't mind at all, but honestly, I doubt he'll make it to #12 and the bigger thing is with signing Flynn, the Seahawks are no longer thinking about trading up to get Tannehill, and that's probably what it would take. Cleveland's still going to be thinking about it, Kansas City will be, Miami might be. Buffalo could be a dark horse to pick him at #10.
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I wouldn't mind at all, but honestly, I doubt he'll make it to #12 and the bigger thing is with signing Flynn, the Seahawks are no longer thinking about trading up to get Tannehill, and that's probably what it would take. Cleveland's still going to be thinking about it, Kansas City will be, Miami might be. Buffalo could be a dark horse to pick him at #10.
See I just don't think Holmgren's going to take that risk at #4, KC could although for some reason i'm not feeling it and Miami probably would although they've done dumber things than passing on a raw prospect. Buffalo could but I think they're the least likely since they have the best current QB of the bunch and seem positioned to make a push for the AFC East title or at least a Wild card and so will probably be looking for a more immediate piece like an OT, WR or even a DB if Claiborne somehow falls to their pick.

I just think that realistically KC and Miami are the two biggest threats for you and I wouldn't be shocked to see KC delude themselves into giving Cassel one more year while Miami thinks that Matt Moore and a second round pick will get the job done, more doubtful on the latter, but just wondering how far he could end up sliding n cause if he makes it past you, I think he ends up a Brown and I like the kid so would hate to see him on that team...I have an irrational hatred for the City of Cleveland and because of it the entire state of Ohio, it's why I still can't whole-heartedly hate LeBron even though he went to the ***** ass Heat.
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What do you Seahawks fans think, you're team's pretty well rounded, not too committed to Flynn and not overwhelmed with glaring deficiencies, is it possible that they still pick up Tannehill if he's sitting their when they pick? They'd be paying the two of them less than franchise QBs and some less than franchise QBs like the Sanchize. You might end up wasting the pick on a player you don't end up needing, but in that scenario you can be the beneficiaries of a starting QB trade to give you ammo to fill what ever holes open up by then.

Mind you guys I haven't been paying too close of attention to the offseason so far so if I'm missing some glaring holes in your roster that dictate a first round pick be spent to address them, please correct me.
I really like Tannehill and wouldnt mind picking him in the first but I think the team goes pass rusher at 12 and picks a QB in the 2nd/3rd rounder. They are usually very open about needs and they said they wanted speed at Lb and more pass rush. They also like Cousins and Osweiler a lot so if they fall the team would probably take them.

They could also play with fire and trade down in the first as no team before Cleveland at 22 needs a QB. If it works they get extra picks and take Tannehill at a more value spot. If not it doesn't really screw them up.
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What do you Seahawks fans think, you're team's pretty well rounded, not too committed to Flynn and not overwhelmed with glaring deficiencies, is it possible that they still pick up Tannehill if he's sitting their when they pick? They'd be paying the two of them less than franchise QBs and some less than franchise QBs like the Sanchize. You might end up wasting the pick on a player you don't end up needing, but in that scenario you can be the beneficiaries of a starting QB trade to give you ammo to fill what ever holes open up by then.

Mind you guys I haven't been paying too close of attention to the offseason so far so if I'm missing some glaring holes in your roster that dictate a first round pick be spent to address them, please correct me.
First off i dont think they go near Tannehill now. On the outside chance an Osweiler was there in the 3rd or 4th then maybe go with that.

My best guess for their 1st pick would probably be from:

1. David DeCastro
2. Michael Floyd
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First off i dont think they go near Tannehill now. On the outside chance an Osweiler was there in the 3rd or 4th then maybe go with that.

My best guess for their 1st pick would probably be from:

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2. Michael Floyd
3. Luke Kuechly
4. Melvin Ingram
Not an offensive lineman again...

They already have Okung, Carpenter and Moffit who they've spet high picks on recently.

Kuechly would be the best and most logical choice IMO.
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This is a pretty fantastic deal. Not too much that they are on the hook for big money (*cough* Kevin Kolb *cough*) and just enough time to actually see what he can do.
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This is a pretty fantastic deal. Not too much that they are on the hook for big money (*cough* Kevin Kolb *cough*) and just enough time to actually see what he can do.
The Cards would of only lost 4mill if the cut Kolb last week. IMO they should of just gone with Skelton and save them having that useless ****!
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The Cards would of only lost 4mill if the cut Kolb last week. IMO they should of just gone with Skelton and save them having that useless ****!
But they didn't and just paid him another 7 million via bonus. So yeah...
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A lot of people will praise this move because the Seahawks didn't pay Kolb money. However, the fact that Flynn couldn't get Kolb money is not a good sign. If teams thought Flynn had a great chance of being a quality starter, there would have been a bigger market for him. This is a brilliant signing by Seattle if Flynn is even an average starter, but if he sucks, they'll just be spinning their wheels.
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A lot of people will praise this move because the Seahawks didn't pay Kolb money. However, the fact that Flynn couldn't get Kolb money is not a good sign. If teams thought Flynn had a great chance of being a quality starter, there would have been a bigger market for him. This is a brilliant signing by Seattle if Flynn is even an average starter, but if he sucks, they'll just be spinning their wheels.
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Didn't work out too badly the last time we signed a Packers backup.
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Good thing for Lynch...they obviously aren't planning to air it out too much with Flynn, but have a decent enough QB to keep defenses honest. Now they need to go after Wallace and give him someone to throw to.
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Good thing for Lynch...they obviously aren't planning to air it out too much with Flynn, but have a decent enough QB to keep defenses honest. Now they need to go after Wallace and give him someone to throw to.
They actually have the cap room to go after Wallace and I don't think pick #12 is too high if you can get a WR like him. So it's not a ridiculous suggestion.

But I think they like their receiving corps right now:

Sidney Rice
Doug Baldwin
Mike Williams
Ben Obomanu
Golden Tate
Kris Durham (4th-round pick last year)
Ricardo Lockette (scored a TD late last year)

It's not the most impressive group, but there's some depth. And the top 5 have proven that they can contribute as starters.
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They actually have the cap room to go after Wallace and I don't think pick #12 is too high if you can get a WR like him. So it's not a ridiculous suggestion.

But I think they like their receiving corps right now:

Sidney Rice
Doug Baldwin
Mike Williams
Ben Obomanu
Golden Tate
Kris Durham (4th-round pick last year)
Ricardo Lockette (scored a TD late last year)

It's not the most impressive group, but there's some depth. And the top 5 have proven that they can contribute as starters.
I don't hate their WR corp either but none of those guys are a #1 or even close to one. Wallace as #1, Rice as #2 with Baldwin in the slot and Williams coming in in the red zone makes more sense to me.
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