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Who will be our Kicker for 2018 Season?
Sat Mar 24, 2018 1:40 am
  • It seems to me that the Seahawks are once again focusing on defense, but on offense, we have decent RBs a great QB, good receivers, still difficult to grade OL, but no Kicker.

    Who should we expect to give us a steady foot for this year and hopefully years to come?
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  • Sox-n-Hawks wrote:Ray Finkle

    Laces OUT!
    Talent can get you to the playoffs.
    It takes character to win when you get there.

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  • All the reputable free agents have been picked up. All signs point to Rookie competing and winning job.. cheap contract.
    Now if that cost us two to three games like the last two years.....man.
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  • Really wish we had been able to nab Sturgis. I thought he was really impressive before getting hurt in Philly.

    Chris Boswell would be awesome, but the Steelers put a second-round tender on him.
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  • With the 234th selection in the NFL Draft the Seattle Seahawks select:

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  • I wouldn’t be surprised to see a vet picked up + a 7th rounder + an UDFA to have some real competition in camp with he guy they already picked up a while ago.
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  • original poster wrote:I wouldn’t be surprised to see a vet picked up + a 7th rounder + an UDFA to have some real competition in camp with he guy they already picked up a while ago.



    Who's that kicker from Kentucky that was nailing 50+yds this season? Let's get that guy
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  • Sox-n-Hawks wrote:
    original poster wrote:I wouldn’t be surprised to see a vet picked up + a 7th rounder + an UDFA to have some real competition in camp with he guy they already picked up a while ago.



    Who's that kicker from Kentucky that was nailing 50+yds this season? Let's get that guy


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  • original poster wrote:
    Sox-n-Hawks wrote:
    original poster wrote:I wouldn’t be surprised to see a vet picked up + a 7th rounder + an UDFA to have some real competition in camp with he guy they already picked up a while ago.



    Who's that kicker from Kentucky that was nailing 50+yds this season? Let's get that guy


    Austin MacGinnis :2thumbs:


    I swear, every ESPN highlight about Kentucky had MacGinnis kicking a game winner.
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  • We've decided not to have a kicker. Ryan will handle kickoffs and we'll just go for it on 4th downs, and go for two-point conversions.

    As ridiculous as that sounds, is it really worse than last year?
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  • seabowl wrote:Janikowski

    oldie but goodie? dude should still be good for kicks under 50yds.
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  • KiwiHawk wrote:We've decided not to have a kicker. Ryan will handle kickoffs and we'll just go for it on 4th downs, and go for two-point conversions.



    We had to do this back in Highschool. Teams thought we were trying to run up the score. We just literally had no kicker. On kickoffs our center would just boot it as far down the field as he could off the tips of his toes. Looked like he was kicking rocks.
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  • Lui Passaglia....get it done!
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  • Daniel Carlson, K, Auburn
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 218.
    Projected Round (2018): 4-6.
    2/24/18: Carlson was 23-of-31 in 2017. Two misses came in the 40s, two were in the 50s, and one was in the 30-yard range. He was 4-of-8 in the 50-yard range with a long of 54, where he was good from twice.

    7/24/17: Carlson was 28-of-32 in 2016, including four field goals from over 50 yards away. His long for the year was 53 yards, and he connected from that distance twice. Carlson had a phenomenal season and was 4-of-7 in the 50-yard range and a perfect 6-for-6 in the 40-yard range.

    Carlson was 23-for-27 (85 percent) as a sophomore in 2015. He made all 40 of his extra points. Carlson showed his strength with a long field goal of 56 yards. As a freshman, he was 18-of-24 (75 percent). Carlson hasn't missed an extra point entering his senior year.

    Read more: http://walterfootball.com/draft2018K.php#ixzz5AnmB8ejB
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  • The team signed Jason Myers and I'm sure they'll bring in some UDFA tryouts.

    HIGHLY doubt they burn a draft pick on one. And they shouldn't do that anyway.
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  • It's still too early for her, but maybe in a couple of years we could have Becca Longo come in to compete for the position. Undoubtedly she'd be UDFA when she's done with college, and it would be fantastic to be the first NFL team to have a female player.
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  • If Myers continued to kick field goals at his career rate, he would be near the bottom of the league in accuracy.
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  • I would not be surprised anymore if Pete still keeps Walsh. In that case Walsh will get Pete fired but Pete is pig-headed with his “second chances” sometimes..

    I sure hope not.
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  • TwilightError wrote:I would not be surprised anymore if Pete still keeps Walsh. In that case Walsh will get Pete fired but Pete is pig-headed with his “second chances” sometimes..

    I sure hope not.


    Nah.
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  • TwilightError wrote:I would not be surprised anymore if Pete still keeps Walsh. In that case Walsh will get Pete fired but Pete is pig-headed with his “second chances” sometimes..

    I sure hope not.


    I hope this happens just to see this board melt down.

    In all reality though, Walsh will never kick in the NFL ever again.
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