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  • Samuel Cosmi, OT, Texas
    I think he can fall to 55. He gets the job done but appears super stiff. I could see the hawks drafting any position but LB,QB, kicker, punter, WR and Saftey...So thats my guess, who do you got?
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  • Hawks2022 wrote:Samuel Cosmi, OT, Texas
    I think he can fall to 55. He gets the job done but appears super stiff. I could see the hawks drafting any position but LB,QB, kicker, punter, WR and Saftey...So thats my guess, who do you got?

    With no 1st or 3rd they will trade it.
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  • At least it won't be a DE to play LG. We have made some progress.
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  • Hawks2022 wrote:Samuel Cosmi, OT, Texas
    I think he can fall to 55. He gets the job done but appears super stiff. I could see the hawks drafting any position but LB,QB, kicker, punter, WR and Saftey...So thats my guess, who do you got?


    I'd much rather select a player on the raise then a player with stiffness issues. If you are looking at a center, check out Landman Dickerson Alabama 6'6" 325

    Trading back to get him and picking up a third round pick we could use on LBer Charles Snowdon 6'7" 230 Virginia.
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  • Najee Harris or bust.
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  • I believe its a 56th pick.
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  • ... the 97th rated player in the draft with a history of injuries who the team will be converting to a position they have little experience playing.

    Sigh. I am jaded about the Seahawks drafts.
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  • The problem Seattle needs to work out is this...

    Win the line of scrimmage. We don't. Plain and simple. So fix that issue.
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  • CHawkTailGator wrote:The problem Seattle needs to work out is this...

    Win the line of scrimmage. We don't. Plain and simple. So fix that issue.


    We have drafted how many OL in the first 2 rounds under Snyder, and yet people want us to waste picks on more OL who he will miss on? It’s clear FA is our best option to fix the OL, since he has a tough time drafting OL early in the draft, who are worth it.
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  • I hear you. We just miss, consistently. Maybe continually trading down is not the answer?
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  • Ones that may be there for the Seahawks pick are Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan, Deonte Brown, OG, Alabama, and Jackson Carman, OT, Clemson.
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  • CHawkTailGator wrote:I hear you. We just miss, consistently. Maybe continually trading down is not the answer?


    Need better scouts or scouting methods. Something. Anything. Because you're right, the LOS is the biggest weakness and has been for years and years now.
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  • CPHawk wrote:
    CHawkTailGator wrote:The problem Seattle needs to work out is this...

    Win the line of scrimmage. We don't. Plain and simple. So fix that issue.


    We have drafted how many OL in the first 2 rounds under Snyder, and yet people want us to waste picks on more OL who he will miss on? It’s clear FA is our best option to fix the OL, since he has a tough time drafting OL early in the draft, who are worth it.


    So what I'm hearing is that you hate Damien Lewis, and they should not even try to address a position via the draft that is significantly overvalued in FA?

    Bad process, imo.
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  • CHawkTailGator wrote:I hear you. We just miss, consistently. Maybe continually trading down is not the answer?


    Trading down is the prudent move after the first 15 picks where the blue-chip talent is generally heavily concentrated. After that, the draft odds-wise becomes significantly more of a crapshoot, and assuming the trade down is of near-equal value, its the best way to maximize the odds of coming away with a contributor.
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  • CPHawk wrote:
    CHawkTailGator wrote:The problem Seattle needs to work out is this...

    Win the line of scrimmage. We don't. Plain and simple. So fix that issue.


    We have drafted how many OL in the first 2 rounds under Snyder, and yet people want us to waste picks on more OL who he will miss on? It’s clear FA is our best option to fix the OL, since he has a tough time drafting OL early in the draft, who are worth it.



    Get the facts straight. Those were Cable picks.

    Recent history (Post-Cable) has shown otherwise.

    And yes, trade back for more picks. A LOT of good Offensive Linemen come from the 3rd and later rounds.

    From an article on 710 ESPN: I'll leave out Scherff who was an early pick (#5 overall)

    Packers center Corey Linsley

    Linsley, who turns 30 in July, entered the league in 2014 as the Packers’ fifth-round selection after playing in college at Ohio State. Despite being a fifth-round pick, he started as a rookie and has been Green Bay’s starting center ever since. He’s started all 16 games four times and played at least 13 games in six of his seven NFL seasons. In 2020, he was named a First-Team All-Pro.

    ...

    Thuney also played 2020 on the franchise tag, earning $14,780,000 from the New England Patriots. A left guard, Thuney was a third-round pick by New England in 2016 after playing at North Carolina State. He was a Second-Team All-Pro in 2019 and has started all 16 games every year since entering the NFL.

    “If you’re asking me just my overall wish list of guys that if you could pick any three, those three … are the guys I would really love to see in a Seahawks uniform this season,” Heaps said.

    https://sports.mynorthwest.com/1297094/ ... -seahawks/
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  • Maelstrom787 wrote:
    CPHawk wrote:
    CHawkTailGator wrote:The problem Seattle needs to work out is this...

    Win the line of scrimmage. We don't. Plain and simple. So fix that issue.


    We have drafted how many OL in the first 2 rounds under Snyder, and yet people want us to waste picks on more OL who he will miss on? It’s clear FA is our best option to fix the OL, since he has a tough time drafting OL early in the draft, who are worth it.


    So what I'm hearing is that you hate Damien Lewis, and they should not even try to address a position via the draft that is significantly overvalued in FA?

    Bad process, imo.


    Lewis is great, but the 10 guys before him all sucked. So what’s a bad process? Continue down a back that the team bats .100 at, or go get a couple vets?
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  • CPHawk wrote:
    Maelstrom787 wrote:
    CPHawk wrote:
    CHawkTailGator wrote:The problem Seattle needs to work out is this...

    Win the line of scrimmage. We don't. Plain and simple. So fix that issue.


    We have drafted how many OL in the first 2 rounds under Snyder, and yet people want us to waste picks on more OL who he will miss on? It’s clear FA is our best option to fix the OL, since he has a tough time drafting OL early in the draft, who are worth it.


    So what I'm hearing is that you hate Damien Lewis, and they should not even try to address a position via the draft that is significantly overvalued in FA?

    Bad process, imo.


    Lewis is great, but the 10 guys before him all sucked. So what’s a bad process? Continue down a back that the team bats .100 at, or go get a couple vets?


    Not as easy as just getting a couple of vets. Still gotta draft there regardless. Linemen are valued at a premium price, and young talent is needed there.
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  • SEC offensive lineman.

    1st rd. James Carpenter --> SEC
    2nd rd. Justin Britt --> SEC
    1st rd. Jermaine Ifedi --> SEC
    2nd rd. Ethan Pocic --> SEC
    3rd rd. Damien Lewis --> SEC
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