If Marqise Lee fell to 32

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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Thu May 08, 2014 7:27 pm
  • Lord, I feel really bad for Marqise right now, but please don't let the '9ers draft him!
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Thu May 08, 2014 7:33 pm
  • sc85sis wrote:Lord, I feel really bad for Marqise right now, but please don't let the '9ers draft him!

    Thank you.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Thu May 08, 2014 7:37 pm
  • Lee would be a great pickup.. Even if available they will probably not take him anyway lol
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Thu May 08, 2014 7:39 pm
  • Oh shit come on Lee
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Thu May 08, 2014 7:40 pm
  • Run to the podium and pick Bitonio
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Thu May 08, 2014 7:42 pm
  • Traded, thought we would
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Thu May 08, 2014 7:46 pm
  • Well that answers that question.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Thu May 08, 2014 7:50 pm
  • Damn. A bunch of people were wrong with the sprinting to the podium.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Thu May 08, 2014 8:24 pm
  • It doesn't surprise me he fell out of the first round .
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Fri May 09, 2014 12:57 am
  • The Hawks may not be looking at WR.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Fri May 09, 2014 11:21 am
  • Sorry, but Lee does not impress me from what I've seen. I wouldn't be sad at all if we passed on him. He looks like a poor man's Golden Tate, which is fine if we want to simply replace Golden Tate, but there are a lot of other, perhaps better, receivers out there. What am I not seeing?
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Fri May 09, 2014 11:30 am
  • Seahawk Sailor wrote: What am I not seeing?

    Enough tape?
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Fri May 09, 2014 11:35 am
  • Seahawk Sailor wrote:Sorry, but Lee does not impress me from what I've seen. I wouldn't be sad at all if we passed on him. He looks like a poor man's Golden Tate, which is fine if we want to simply replace Golden Tate, but there are a lot of other, perhaps better, receivers out there. What am I not seeing?


    You have to go back to 2012 tape to be reminded of how explosive and shifty Lee is when fully healthy. I admit that I had forgotten him in the midst of his lackluster 2013, but before that he was truly electric.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Fri May 09, 2014 12:23 pm
  • Admittedly I probably need to see some more tape on him. But question: how much of this Seahawks fans' lusting over Lee comes from watching him ball against U-Dub for the last few seasons? That's a pretty big bias-builder there. Not saying he isn't a legitimate potential superstar, but I am saying I'm not seeing the flash you guys are.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Fri May 09, 2014 12:29 pm
  • I doubt watching Lee play against UW would create a bias in his favor....

    UW didn't play USC last year, in 2012 he was totally shut down by Trufant (3-32) and in 2011 he had a decent game going 9-74-1....

    He is a very talented WR... And much better than Golden Tate (now there is a bias by fans here).... But I don't think he is what this team needs in the 2nd to get back to the Super Bowl.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Sun Nov 23, 2014 8:42 pm
  • Funny looking back at some of these arguments. Odel Beckham looks like the real deal, Kelvin Benjamin has shown he can play at this level. Honestly this draft was soo stocked with WR's it's crazy. Hopefully Richardson and Norwood show up big down the road. This regimine has not been very good at drafting WR's.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Mon Nov 24, 2014 1:24 am
  • Wenhawk wrote:Funny looking back at some of these arguments. Odel Beckham looks like the real deal, Kelvin Benjamin has shown he can play at this level. Honestly this draft was soo stocked with WR's it's crazy. Hopefully Richardson and Norwood show up big down the road. This regimine has not been very good at drafting WR's.


    Lee had his best game today, but unfortunately got stopped at the one-yard line on a 37-yard reception.

    He has performed worse than I expected, and Benjamin has greatly exceeded my expectations. I was way down on him . . . thought he was a headcase with bad hands.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Mon Nov 24, 2014 2:18 am
  • Recon_Hawk wrote:I'll throw my top-15 out there.

    1. S. Watkins
    2. M. Evans
    3. O. Beckham
    4. B. Cooks
    5. K. Benjamin
    6. C. Latimer
    7. M. Lee
    8. A. Robinson
    9. J. Matthews
    10. M. Bryant
    11. D. Adams
    12. D. Moncrief
    13, P. Richardson
    14. J. Landry
    15. Devin Street


    This is pretty cool. A couple names and ranking I'd change, but I'd say I did well at the time projecting my top-15.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Mon Nov 24, 2014 11:09 am
  • Recon_Hawk wrote:
    Recon_Hawk wrote:I'll throw my top-15 out there.

    1. S. Watkins
    2. M. Evans
    3. O. Beckham
    4. B. Cooks
    5. K. Benjamin
    6. C. Latimer
    7. M. Lee
    8. A. Robinson
    9. J. Matthews
    10. M. Bryant
    11. D. Adams
    12. D. Moncrief
    13, P. Richardson
    14. J. Landry
    15. Devin Street


    This is pretty cool. A couple names and ranking I'd change, but I'd say I did well at the time projecting my top-15.

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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Fri Nov 28, 2014 2:49 pm
  • I really liked Odell Beckham, John Brown and Jordan Mathews. Not big names at the time, with Jarvis Landry at LSU Odell was kind of an afterhtought, but watching him snatch the ball out of the air with his hands several times, it wasn't hard to see his potential.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Sun Nov 30, 2014 10:38 pm
  • What would your rankings be after 13 weeks?
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Mon Dec 01, 2014 11:08 pm
  • Coug_Hawk08 wrote:
    Chawker wrote:
    Hasselbeck wrote:
    Chawker wrote:Why? We signed the rookie of the year from the CFL Chris Matthews 6' 5" 218 #87 4.5 37 vert. doubt we'll be drafting any WR in the first few rounds.


    Matthews won't even make the roster when its all said and done.

    Much better talent available in the draft.


    You maybe right..... time will tell. Still he was the rookie of the year in the CFL with the Winnapeg Blue Bombers. We'll see if he can play on a smaller field with better competition. Personally, I hope the kids got game. cheers


    Just a question for hasselbeck: Have you watched this Matthews kid play?

    I mean, how the heck do you know that he won't make the team, or that there is 'much better' talent in the draft? Based on your keen eye for WR evaluation and all of the tape (college and CFL) you have watched? C'mon man. No need hate like that. You can call it a cinderella case if you want, but plenty of UDFAs and the like make teams over some 'highly talented' drafted players, obviously.

    Lets at least wait until some TC happens before we just blindly write players off that we don't know much about. He has a chance if he is a competitor.


    Was way off on Benjamin... but not this

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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Mon Dec 01, 2014 11:09 pm
  • ivotuk wrote:I really liked Odell Beckham, John Brown and Jordan Mathews. Not big names at the time, with Jarvis Landry at LSU Odell was kind of an afterhtought, but watching him snatch the ball out of the air with his hands several times, it wasn't hard to see his potential.


    I was praying Beckham would somehow drop into a range where we could have the ammo to go get him. Kid is unreal.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Mon Dec 01, 2014 11:50 pm
  • Height is the most overrated WR attribute. It's only one part of an athlete's catch radius and if you want a guy who will catch contested passes then strong hands and play-making ability are much more significant. There are some fantastic tall possession receivers but the reason why they are good is only partly height. Nothing is sillier than taking a draft class worth of receivers and then sorting them by height to pick out who you want to draft.

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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Tue Dec 02, 2014 2:22 pm
  • Wenhawk wrote:What would your rankings be after 13 weeks?


    IMO, the top 4 is pretty evenly matched with Cooks very close to the group. These guys have flashed the most talent in a consistent/dominating way.

    After #5, I see a drop and another group, again, pretty evenly matched. They've been more #2-type receivers, but have stepped into the NFL and produced right away.

    After that, another drop and then the flashy receivers who just need more time and experience to stand out.

    1. M. Evans
    2. O. Beckham
    3. S. Watkins
    4. K. Benjamin
    5. B. Cooks

    6. A. Robinson
    7. J. Matthews
    8. J. Landry

    9. M. Bryant
    10. J. Brown
    11. D. Adams
    12. D. Moncrief
    13. M. Lee
    14. T. Gabriel
    15. P. Richardson


    I was and still am big on Cody Latimer, but you can't put him on the list. I think his time on the bench will pay dividends, though. He wasn't very NFL ready coming out of Indiana which didn't ask much of him route-wise. Even Paul Richardson probably doesn't deserve to be on the list, but he's done all that's asked of him and has his snap count increasing weekly.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Tue Dec 02, 2014 2:30 pm
  • ivotuk wrote:I really liked Odell Beckham, John Brown and Jordan Mathews. Not big names at the time, with Jarvis Landry at LSU Odell was kind of an afterhtought, but watching him snatch the ball out of the air with his hands several times, it wasn't hard to see his potential.


    I spent a lot of time watching receivers last draft season, but to be honest I hadn't even heard of John Brown until he started making highlight plays for the Cardinals. I totally overlooked that one.

    With Beckham I think the thought was he was never going to be at #32 (and was short), so why discuss him. He was a big name on a couple other draft sites I visit, though.
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Re: If Marqise Lee fell to 32
Wed Dec 03, 2014 10:41 pm
  • Good re-rankings.

    Richardson almost got a TD last week. He has gone off on a Chip Kelly defense before I don't see why he couldn't have his game a the year at Philly. Flashes of D Jackson will haunt the philly fans.
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