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  • KitsapGuy wrote:


    Scab Picker, you can't let old wounds heal .................................This will be another 100 post thread now. :evil:
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  • Just proves that they knew what was coming. The Seahawks' goal-line playbook was razor-thin at the time. THAT was Bevell's failing - or, possibly, Pete's.
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  • Lynch was wide open in the flat, i always notice that in the replay. Patricia even mentions it here.
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  • Listening to that Lynch was still the guy that should have scored if he ran to the flat and would have been wide open.
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  • MontanaHawk05 wrote:Just proves that they knew what was coming. The Seahawks' goal-line playbook was razor-thin at the time. THAT was Bevell's failing - or, possibly, Pete's.


    It sounds like Bevell made the call and Pete gave his blessing so in my mind they both are to blame for that call.
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  • Wish there was a little more to the video. I'd like to hear to it to the end.
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  • Aros wrote:
    MontanaHawk05 wrote:Just proves that they knew what was coming. The Seahawks' goal-line playbook was razor-thin at the time. THAT was Bevell's failing - or, possibly, Pete's.


    It sounds like Bevell made the call and Pete gave his blessing so in my mind they both are to blame for that call.


    Again...wasn't about the play. It was about the playbook. Pete notoriously kept it thin so as not to overwhelm Wilson (to the latter's chagrin) and I think it bit them here.
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  • Well that was quick.

    Just 3 years to come up with that?

    Way to put your nose to the grindstone Matt. :177692:
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  • KitsapGuy wrote:Wish there was a little more to the video. I'd like to hear to it to the end.



    I think it ended pretty succinctly.
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  • No. Not gonna watch.
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  • It's 2018, enough already on this crap.
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  • They knew what Bevell was running, Bevell called the play, therefore it's Bevell's fault. Greatest firing of all time.

    Partly on Wilson too, gotta go through your reads kid.

    I'm still also not convinced Lynch would have been stopped if we ran it. About 90% sure we run him on the next play if that ball falls incomplete.
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  • Interesting. Sucks. But smart play by pats.
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:It's 2018, enough already on this crap.


    2018? This is gonna be a thing til 2048 at least :mrgreen:
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  • NFSeahawks628 wrote:They knew what Bevell was running, Bevell called the play, therefore it's Bevell's fault. Greatest firing of all time.

    Partly on Wilson too, gotta go through your reads kid.

    I'm still also not convinced Lynch would have been stopped if we ran it. About 90% sure we run him on the next play if that ball falls incomplete.

    Not only did they know that play was coming. The Patriots prepared for it. Brandon Browner was a Seahawk and knows that play. He was the key to identifying that play and stopping it.

    Pete approved that play as they said it worked so well in practice. Also, Wilson can't go through his reads because it is an automatic play-'quick slant and the ball must be out immediately.
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  • Good point Ad, it will never end. everrrrrrrr :lol:
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:Good point Ad, it will never end. everrrrrrrr :lol:


    If they give us the W and a trophy I'll drop it for good. :2thumbs:
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  • NFSeahawks628 wrote:They knew what Bevell was running, Bevell called the play, therefore it's Bevell's fault. Greatest firing of all time.

    Partly on Wilson too, gotta go through your reads kid.

    I'm still also not convinced Lynch would have been stopped if we ran it. About 90% sure we run him on the next play if that ball falls incomplete.

    Outside of Wilson going thru his reads (it was a one read play)....
    The rest I agree with.
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  • RussB wrote:Lynch was wide open in the flat, i always notice that in the replay. Patricia even mentions it here.


    Except for the part that he wasn't open in the flat...

    He COULD have been open if they ran a pick play that Patricia was scared of but they didn't and he wasn't open.
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  • I don't have a problem with them throwing the ball on second down with the clock running. I do have a problem with the play not being a hard play-action fake to Lynch.
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  • MontanaHawk05 wrote:Just proves that they knew what was coming. The Seahawks' goal-line playbook was razor-thin at the time. THAT was Bevell's failing - or, possibly, Pete's.

    "At the time?" I hope you define that as "through 90% of every season of Bevell's Seahawks career." Also, what, you think Pete had a "not more than X pages in the offensive playbook" policy? I sincerely doubt it.

    Our pre-snap formations telling our opponents what we were doing most of the time was beyond aggravating. I'm so looking forward to that not being much of an issue.
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  • lukerguy wrote:
    RussB wrote:Lynch was wide open in the flat, i always notice that in the replay. Patricia even mentions it here.


    Except for the part that he wasn't open in the flat...

    He COULD have been open if they ran a pick play that Patricia was scared of but they didn't and he wasn't open.

    He was though go watch the full replay after the ball is snapped lynch runs his route and hes behind the defender. Wilson could just toss it in the back of the end zone and its an easy TD.
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  • IMO Browner made the play by giving Butler enough room to jump the route. Agree with OP that its interesting hearing his thoughts.......still think Wilson threw it too high and lead him too much.

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  • That's basically the view I had from my seat up in the Hawks section. Ugh. As soon as Lynch went in to motion, I was like "what are you doing?" I'll never get that image out of my mind, ever. No regrets though, very lucky to have experienced a Super Bowl in person, and it was a hell of a game.
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  • sdog1981 wrote:I don't have a problem with them throwing the ball on second down with the clock running. I do have a problem with the play not being a hard play-action fake to Lynch.


    Yes I have said the same thing too. The problem was not that it was a pass at all. Even Belichick has said that the pass was a smart play call in that situation. The problem was that the Seahawks made no attempt to make the Pats think Lynch was getting the ball up the middle. Wilson should have done a play action fake to draw the Defense in, and then a designed run/pass option.
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  • I was and probably still am,quite a bit, more interested in Jeremy's thought process after the interception and Cliff's [or possible lack of] after that collision with Hightower!!
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  • Or maybe we should have been playing the Colts instead.
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  • RussB wrote:
    lukerguy wrote:
    RussB wrote:Lynch was wide open in the flat, i always notice that in the replay. Patricia even mentions it here.


    Except for the part that he wasn't open in the flat...

    He COULD have been open if they ran a pick play that Patricia was scared of but they didn't and he wasn't open.

    He was though go watch the full replay after the ball is snapped lynch runs his route and hes behind the defender. Wilson could just toss it in the back of the end zone and its an easy TD.
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    Lynch was never an option on this play. It was going to Lockette 100 times out of 100.
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  • Funny even without the Pick Lockette would have been tackled at the one if Butler hits him like that even with the ball.

    Wilson was zeroed in on him the whole time as you can see, didn't look anywhere else as well.
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  • Loud & Proud wrote:IMO Browner made the play by giving Butler enough room to jump the route. Agree with OP that its interesting hearing his thoughts.......still think Wilson threw it too high and lead him too much.
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    As I understand it, Browner also told Butler what was coming, based on formation, and what Butler needed to do on the play.
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