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  • I'm watching him being interviewed and it occurs to me that he is a different sort of character, eccentric pauses and those sci-fi eyebrows and facial expressions! I like that in a defensive end!
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  • DomeHawk wrote:I'm watching him being interviewed and it occurs to me that he is a different sort of character, eccentric pauses and those sci-fi eyebrows and facial expressions! I like that in a defensive end!
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    That reminds me of how Maxwell had been said to be like during interviews. I like Green a lot. I think he has mass potential.
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  • Totally agree. He could be one of the New Gen Gems.
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  • Yep, this draft is going to produce at least 6 contributors
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  • I like him but keep in mind that was a third string tackle he was playing against in the first pre-season game.
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  • Beast is beast regardless. He's a 1st round talent that they got in the 3rd round.
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  • Part of me is chuckling at the usual first pre-season game overreaction stuff.

    But, part of me is intrigued as well.

    Excited to see what he brings in regular season games against first stringers.
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  • Nah, he's going to be a beast, I have no doubt.
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  • Why am I getting a hella long dog commercial?
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  • hgwellz12 wrote:Why am I getting a hella long dog commercial?


    LOL...my thoughts exactly.
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  • He sure looked beastly and special in the Indie game.

    It'd be a huge benefit to the team if he is the monster he looked to be as combining him with Clark and the others may give the team a ferocious pass rush.
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  • It's an article below puppy commercial
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  • He demonstrated the power/length/speed combo that has had a lot of people excited about him. He was a high 2nd round talent who fell all the way to the 3rd round. Still raw in some areas: a little slow in his get off at times, relied too much on spin and bull rush, would like to see more aggressive countermoves, etc. But it's a good start to his Seahawks career. He looked much better at keeping outside contain than originally thought. Will be interesting to see him play against a strong run game, like the Vikings have.
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  • ImTheScientist wrote:I like him but keep in mind that was a third string tackle he was playing against in the first pre-season game.


    Joe Haeg is a good player who would probably be our 3rd best offensive linemen, IMO. He's a more athletic version of Ethan Pocic, who is better suited playing inside at guard.

    Green's tremendous length -- and violent hands -- were too much for him at LT.
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  • hawknation2018 wrote:
    ImTheScientist wrote:I like him but keep in mind that was a third string tackle he was playing against in the first pre-season game.


    Joe Haeg is a good player who would probably be our 3rd best offensive linemen, IMO. He's a more athletic version of Ethan Pocic, who is better suited playing inside at guard.

    Green's tremendous length -- and violent hands -- were too much for him at LT.


    Haeg was a 5th round pick and their 3rd tackle. Sorry, but those are the facts and not opinion.
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  • ImTheScientist wrote:
    hawknation2018 wrote:
    ImTheScientist wrote:I like him but keep in mind that was a third string tackle he was playing against in the first pre-season game.


    Joe Haeg is a good player who would probably be our 3rd best offensive linemen, IMO. He's a more athletic version of Ethan Pocic, who is better suited playing inside at guard.

    Green's tremendous length -- and violent hands -- were too much for him at LT.


    Haeg was a 5th round pick and their 3rd tackle. Sorry, but those are the facts and not opinion.


    And Chris Carson was a 7th round pick. Maybe that’s why you don’t like him. :D
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  • hgwellz12 wrote:Why am I getting a hella long dog commercial?


    A better question might be: Why are you looking for an article on Rasheem Green in a video entitled, "Dog-Gone Facts About the Puppy Bowl?"
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  • DomeHawk wrote:
    hgwellz12 wrote:Why am I getting a hella long dog commercial?


    A better question might be: Why are you looking for an article on Rasheem Green in a video entitled, "Dog-Gone Facts About the Puppy Bowl?"


    It was the only video on the page.
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  • hawknation2018 wrote:
    Haeg was a 5th round pick and their 3rd tackle. Sorry, but those are the facts and not opinion.


    So if he was any good he should have had a better showing? He's barely 21 and showed up well his first time in an NFL uniform, if he had 3 sacks would excitement be warranted? What about 5?

    If preseason play didn't matter they'd already have the 53 man roster set
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  • You want to crown him, then crown him!!

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    Green was the best player on the field last week, but I'm gonna need to see some regular season games where teams scheme, and it matters before I get too excited.
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  • Sgt. Largent wrote:Y
    Green was the best player on the field last week, but I'm gonna need to see some regular season games where teams scheme, and it matters before I get too excited.


    Exactly! Can you imagine the Hawks scheming and running stunts with Green? It'll be epic!
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