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Read Rob Staton's blog
Thu Mar 01, 2018 7:38 pm
  • Rob has become the foremost expert on the Seattle's Seahawks draft. He has done a ton of extensive work in all categories. It's simply a must read if you want to understand what Seattle is doing on draft day and the players they will likely be targeting. He has a ton of info on the combine and players we already have and of what value there really bringing to the table with on field spreadsheets that don't lie.. I'm looking at you Justin Britt.
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Thu Mar 01, 2018 11:05 pm
  • I second this. Love SDB. Do you mean Britt might be a trade candidate?
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Thu Mar 01, 2018 11:57 pm
  • Yes absolutely 100%.

    He really helped me get mine off the ground, too. He's a great guy and really knows his stuff.

    His combine piece was particularly excellent, although I read every one of his articles. If my site can be half as successful as Rob's in a couple of years I will be over the moon. Takes a serious amount of time and dedication to do an article every single day.
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Fri Mar 02, 2018 12:49 am
  • Northwest Seahawk wrote:Rob has become the foremost expert on the Seattle's Seahawks draft. He has done a ton of extensive work in all categories. It's simply a must read if you want to understand what Seattle is doing on draft day and the players they will likely be targeting. He has a ton of info on the combine and players we already have and of what value there really bringing to the table with on field spreadsheets that don't lie.. I'm looking at you Justin Britt.


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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Fri Mar 02, 2018 8:16 am
  • Only issue I have is he recently changed the site design and it looks terrible on a phone
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Fri Mar 02, 2018 8:52 am
  • Wish he posted on here more, I know he was driven out around the time Kearly was as well by a few negative posters.
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Fri Mar 02, 2018 9:45 am
  • original poster wrote:Yes absolutely 100%.

    He really helped me get mine off the ground, too. He's a great guy and really knows his stuff.

    His combine piece was particularly excellent, although I read every one of his articles. If my site can be half as successful as Rob's in a couple of years I will be over the moon. Takes a serious amount of time and dedication to do an article every single day.


    :ditto: Added your site to my favorites. Excellent content and love the layout! Keep up the good work!
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Fri Mar 02, 2018 6:12 pm
  • He's got a good story about running backs, and John Kelly looks really interesting. Mayock says probably a 3rd round pick at earliest, and he has "a lot of yards after contact."

    "Tennessee’s spotty offensive line in 2017 left Kelly as a bit of a question mark.

    NFL draft analyst Mike Mayock recently broke down his abilities, saying he’s best case a third round pick.

    “You see contact balance, a burst acceleration,” Mayock said."


    https://www.seccountry.com/tennessee/te ... fl-combine
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Sat Mar 03, 2018 3:21 am
  • pugs1 wrote:
    original poster wrote:Yes absolutely 100%.

    He really helped me get mine off the ground, too. He's a great guy and really knows his stuff.

    His combine piece was particularly excellent, although I read every one of his articles. If my site can be half as successful as Rob's in a couple of years I will be over the moon. Takes a serious amount of time and dedication to do an article every single day.


    :ditto: Added your site to my favorites. Excellent content and love the layout! Keep up the good work!


    That's very kind, thank you! I put an awful lot of work into it. I aim for one article 5 days a week but more often than not it's 7 articles over 7 days.
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Mon Mar 12, 2018 10:26 am
  • I love that place. Kearly used to write there too but not anymore I guess.
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Wed Mar 14, 2018 4:39 am
  • So we are going to continue the trend of trading back to stock pile back ups and practice squad players who can really work out well at the cross fit gym?
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Wed Mar 14, 2018 5:03 am
  • brimsalabim wrote:So we are going to continue the trend of trading back to stock pile back ups and practice squad players who can really work out well at the cross fit gym?


    Depends if you're happy waiting till the 3rd day to make your second pick or not.
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Wed Apr 18, 2018 11:43 am
  • Trade down ok Rob but can we at least see who's going to be available at 18 before we say that's the best move.There are players that could be there that they shouldn't pass on no matter what.
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Thu Apr 19, 2018 1:08 am
  • Northwest Seahawk wrote:Trade down ok Rob but can we at least see who's going to be available at 18 before we say that's the best move.There are players that could be there that they shouldn't pass on no matter what.


    Neither Seattle trading down or the team trading up will agree to anything until the 17th pick is in.

    They will, of course, discuss certain situations with teams prior to this as they only have a very short window of time to make the trade so the blueprint needs to be there, but nothing will actually happen until the night for obvious reasons.
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Thu Apr 19, 2018 1:14 pm
  • Northwest Seahawk wrote:Trade down ok Rob but can we at least see who's going to be available at 18 before we say that's the best move.There are players that could be there that they shouldn't pass on no matter what.


    That's a fair point, but you can't do a mock draft and already know what's happening at 17. That defeats the purpose.

    Plus, there's this from Rob's blog "Seattle would like to have 10 picks for this draft."
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Thu Apr 19, 2018 2:07 pm
  • ivotuk wrote:
    Northwest Seahawk wrote:Trade down ok Rob but can we at least see who's going to be available at 18 before we say that's the best move.There are players that could be there that they shouldn't pass on no matter what.


    That's a fair point, but you can't do a mock draft and already know what's happening at 17. That defeats the purpose.

    Plus, there's this from Rob's blog "Seattle would like to have 10 picks for this draft."


    If they want 10 we are not keeping our first and will probably trade our second down if we get one, I think I read we have 7 but not sure, that's a lot of 4 thru 7 picks.
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Thu Apr 19, 2018 3:14 pm
  • We currently have 8 selections.
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Thu Apr 19, 2018 3:27 pm
  • original poster wrote:We currently have 8 selections.


    Good we need rounds four and five to get together and produce a few more picks then.
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:29 pm
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    No RB's hmm makes me think they want to make people think were looking at defense, which we probably are but the curveball could be coming in the form of TE,RB. we are talking later rounds and not first here.
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:41 pm
  • Nick Chubb is not a RB? :229031_confused2:
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Re: Read Rob Staton's blog
Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:45 pm
  • KitsapGuy wrote:Nick Chubb is not a RB? :229031_confused2:


    I got my chubbies mixed up, was thinking Bradley Chubb, now we all know why we only have the one Chubb. :P
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