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  • Heard this topic on the radio this morning. DK, Russ, Carson if they make a huge play - we're sort of expecting, need that to happen.

    Who's the unsung player the "Kearse" of years past, that was a udfa, not a huge player but made some really big plays.

    My first thought was one guy they mentioned, Penny, picture this, it's 10-6 sometime in the third quarter, defensive battle, Penny gets a carry and boom 70 yarder to the house.

    Other thought was a Swain, we know DK's gonna have a tough day with Ramsey following him. Wouldn't surprise me if we see Swaim make a big play.

    Thoughts?
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  • Alex Collins. Dude looks like a serious baller just ready to explode. How he ran for us late in the 4th against the 9ers was fun to watch. I have a feeling he will play a similar roll on Saturday. Would also love to see Uncle Will get a TD or two.
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  • Collier. He gets interior pressure at the right times.
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  • I have a feeling the Rams will be spending so much time paying attention to DK and Lockett. I think Swain is gonna' have a huge play at some point in this game. A TD or a big 3rd down conversion.
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  • Offense - Moore, that bonus will allow him to make that one special play he does every 4 games.

    Defense - Green will get a strip fumble
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  • Mayowa. Seems to be coming on lately.
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  • Good call on Mayowa. I love seeing him on one side and Dunlap causing problems on the other.
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  • Cody Barton will cause a fumble on a kick return.
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  • Nick Bellore tackle/fumble on ST sets Russ up for a cheap TD. :mrgreen:
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  • Offense: Hollister
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  • Going with Neal! Book it
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  • tonyseahawk wrote:Going with Neal! Book it


    Seconded. Gonna keep rolling with my home boy.
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  • iigakusei wrote:Cody Barton will cause a fumble on a kick return.



    Love this! Him and Burr-Kirven are ST studs. That would be huge! Almost had one last week. Can't believe we didn't recover that thing.

    I'll stay on the ST side - I really like how Reed attacks punt returns. Wouldn't surprise me if Hekker BOOMs one and out kicks his coverage allowing Reed to get a big time return.
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  • DANNY AND GALLANTHour 3 - Who will be the "Jermaine Kearse" of the Seahawks playoff run?

    Last postseason, former Seahawk Frank Clark became the star of the postseason as he played out of his mind for 3 games. Who will be the next star of this year's postseason? Could it be Jamal Adams?

    Paul then asks the question: who will be the Jermaine Kearse, the unsung hero, for the Seahawks in the playoffs this season?

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  • Does Dissly count for non-star.

    Or I will really reach and say DJ Reed take a punt return to the house.
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  • Moore. After that bonus, he's going to be trying extra hard.
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  • Swain with short quick passes.

    And brooks is a beast ! :twisted:
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  • Ugo Amadi with a Pick 6. I also think Neal has the chance to shine with a game changing play. Seems to always be in the right spot at the right time!
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  • I'll go the OL and say Ethan Pocic somewhat holds his own agaisnt Donald.
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:I have a feeling the Rams will be spending so much time paying attention to DK and Lockett. I think Swain is gonna' have a huge play at some point in this game. A TD or a big 3rd down conversion.


    So, kinda how I feel about V Jefferson.

    ETA: If Wolford starts i especially expect a big play outa VJ. But I do w Goff too.
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  • Ugo Amadi pick six.


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  • A reason I'd pick Neal is because Adams might not finish the game. Swain won't get the respect our other options will, and he is comparatively sneaky good.
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  • Dissly. Was absolutely wrecking it first 2 years before serious injuries. Brought him into the fold “slowly” this year while still playing a pivotal role in scheme. Time for him to feast again.

    Ugo. Consistent gamer all year while not hearing his name much, which is a good thing if heard his name it would be because being on bad end of plays. Kid is a gamer.


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  • I don't know if a Pro Bowl caliber kicker is a non-star, but I'll go with Jason Myers.
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  • Pretty easy here. David Moore.
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  • Reid, pick six time, if he can get a step he is gone.
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  • Adding my name to the Neal list for a pick, as I think he’s shown the safest pair of hands in the secondary. Love the rest of them, and the grit they’ve shown, but catching isn’t a strength. Good shout on Amadi, too.
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  • pittpnthrs wrote:Moore. After that bonus, he's going to be trying extra hard.


    Good point. It has been my experience in life that when you show an employee that they are valued they try that much harder.
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  • Real long shot.........Parkinson (If he plays at all)
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  • I'm going to say flowers. Just because no one else is. Which means it would be highly unexpected. Plus, everyone hates him. Specially since no one expects him to play, but he will be out there.
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  • On defense, DJ Reed. On offense, Penny
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  • Jason Myers with the game winning field goal
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  • D: Shaquille Griffin with a pick and lockdown play

    O: Hollister who has had TDs in two of the last three games will have another TD and few big first down conversations .
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  • From waaay out in left field -- TE Willson
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