1 Seahawk you think stepped it up today

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1 Seahawk you think stepped it up today
Sun Oct 07, 2012 6:24 pm
  • Everyone post one.

    I'll start.

    Doug Baldwin. He was there on some throws, and even though he only caught 3 balls, I thought it was great, especially because he's looked out of sync lately. He was even open for a TD on one play, but hey Wilson can't make every throw.

    You guys have anyone in mind?
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  • Other than Wilson? I'll say Bobby Wagner. Dude was all over the place today.
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  • Wilson. Pick 6 was a bad throw, but for the majority of the game he was accurate, patient, and effective. That 52 yard bomb was a thing of beauty, he fit the ball into tight windows, and he converted on third downs.

    Kid wasn't perfect, but he was damn good. And far better than he was the first four games.
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  • While I only saw the 2nd half of the game, I'd say PC/Bevell for finally passing and trusting in DangeRuss.
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  • I would have to go with Browner. Without his big plays I don't think we leave with a W.
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  • Okung, played against their talented edge rusher....WITH NO FALSE STARTS!!!! That "holding" on Lynch's 20+ run was horse dung. Actually took me back to the replacement refs, or the game that shall not be mentioned.
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  • SNDavidson wrote:Okung, played against their talented edge rusher....WITH NO FALSE STARTS!!!! That "holding" on Lynch's 20+ run was horse dung. Actually took me back to the replacement refs, or the game that shall not be mentioned.



    Actually Breno was playing against Johnson. That's why he got beat into the ground today.
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  • Best play was - again - Lynch. Numbers don't convey his game.

    Player who stepped up: Rice. He's been there for a long time, but we gave him chances today, and he didnt' leave a yard on the field.
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  • Browner
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  • Sherm, had a tough assignment and came through.
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  • BRUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCE
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  • MrCarey wrote:BRUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCE

    Ya, he was my other choice. LOVED seeing him play well today.
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  • Jazzhawk wrote:
    MrCarey wrote:BRUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCE

    Ya, he was my other choice. LOVED seeing him play well today.


    it makes me so happy seeing our 1st rounders doing so well.
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  • Browner. Not only did he do a good job of staying with the play on that option toss where he forced the fumble, if he doesn't make that tackle on 3rd down at the goal line Carolina goes up 17-16 and who knows if we can drive down the field and win. One of his best games.
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  • Browner.
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  • Zach Miller
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  • Richard Sherman; comes off a lackluster game against the Rams where he was beat several times and shut down Steve Smith. Forced that fumble on third down to nullify a first down. Who knows what would have happened had the Panthers converted.
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  • capncrunch wrote:Zach Miller



    This is a good one :th2thumbs:
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  • Houshka! Or whatever his name is. Without his points we lose.
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  • Earl Thomas and Brandon Mebane.

    Thomas did't let anything deep happen today which was my biggest fear as Carolina thrives on big plays.

    Mebane was a force up the middle again, clogging the run and collapsing the pocket on almost every down. Mebane is probably the most underrated DT in the NFL.
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  • Post game show they said they had so many guys they could bring up, it was almost too hard to remember all of the contributions. I totally agree. Team effort today - most everyone blew it up!
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