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  • Do you think Flynn would come in the game? I really believe Wilson would fight to stay in the game regardless of the score. Your thoughts?
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  • I agree that Wilson wouldnt want to come out. But its Pete's job to get him out. Which I think he would do.
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  • Pull everyone at that point. No one would want to come out, but I'm sure they'd listen to reason.
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  • Victory formation. Nobody gets hurt in victory formation.
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  • I hear your logic, but I believe Wilson is determined to play every snap this year, and I think Carroll would let him follow though. Hopefully we have a chance to find out this Sunday.
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  • at this point, the risk to injury vs. reward of playing is too great. I'm sure the players would be so happy at that score that they'd be all smiles along the sideline.
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  • Hell, it wouldn't even have to be 45-3 for me to pull him and everybody else that we can't afford to lose. With five minutes to play? I think 28-3 is probably a big enough lead...
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  • Put Flynn in for trade bait.
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  • Hawkstorian wrote:I hear your logic, but I believe Wilson is determined to play every snap this year, and I think Carroll would let him follow though. Hopefully we have a chance to find out this Sunday.


    Wisons wants to win first and foremost. Where are you getting this vibe that he would be stubbornly insistent on playing every snap, even in a blowout?
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  • Wilson would most definitely come out if they had a 45-3 lead. Hes to humble to want to continue competing against a broken team. He would be extremely happy with his team and what they accomplished along with letting flynn take some snaps.

    No, I do not believe if the lead was 45-3, Wilson would fight to stay out there.
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  • I hope we find out!
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  • I'd rather not have a huge blowout like that. The last we need is to get complacent, especially with another road game looming. Still LOTS of work to do, and nothing is guaranteed at this point.
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  • Zebulon Dak wrote:Victory formation. Nobody gets hurt in victory formation.

    unless you are playing the bucs lol
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  • SNDavidson wrote:Put Flynn in for trade bait.



    Good idea but we'd have to be looking to shop him to a team that only runs the ball. Can't imagine Pete throwing the ball with such a lead.
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  • HawkWow wrote:
    SNDavidson wrote:Put Flynn in for trade bait.



    Good idea but we'd have to be looking to shop him to a team that only runs the ball. Can't imagine Pete throwing the ball with such a lead.

    Yeah.

    In fact, I'm sure that's a score we'll never see, 'cause Pete hates to run it up.
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  • Flynn showed greatness last year in the Detroit game, he had a pretty decent Preseason, I want team to remember him by this. I don't want him coming out and playing bad with the scrubbs and possibly against the scrubbs and have his trading spot lower...right now he is worth atleast a 3rd round pick. lets keep it that way. Plus I dont want him doing well and when RW has a bad game everyone chanting for him...because alot of you will I just know it.
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  • I think it will be a close game with AZ playing for their jobs and a vet at quarterback. If it wasn't- then hell yes, protect the franchise.

    I believe everything's for sale in money-ball. Wouldn't trade Flynn. Not looking at the parade of teams that cant get one good QB. We have two. UNLESS
    he insists on starting somewhere else. The pick we get in return wouldn't measure up.
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  • Put flynn in to do what? Hand the ball off?
    I guess so if he needs practice doing that.
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  • kidhawk wrote:at this point, the risk to injury vs. reward of playing is too great. I'm sure the players would be so happy at that score that they'd be all smiles along the sideline.



    Exactly, we could afford Flynn getting hurt.

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  • run up the score!!!!!
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  • Nope. these are young guys and need the reps, especially when were a team getting better week by week
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  • For some reason, I just felt like bumping this thread. Not sure why... ;)
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  • What a prophetic thread.
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  • What a game, Flynn has made some good throws, I don't think it has changed his value at all, he had more zip than expected and more mobile but had a tipped ball or two.
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  • Still nothing interesting about Flynn. Stared down Rice on that tipped ball then threw him into that big collision, much longer windup than Wilson, spotty deep accuracy. High-end backup, maybe worth a 6th-rounder.
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  • Depends on how desperate a team is......look at all the teams with question marks at QB.Supply and demand.
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  • Well I guess we got to find out!
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  • Hahahaha, this was an awesome thread after the fact.

    Had a few rusty passes, but he played well.
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  • HawkWow wrote:
    SNDavidson wrote:Put Flynn in for trade bait.



    Good idea but we'd have to be looking to shop him to a team that only runs the ball. Can't imagine Pete throwing the ball with such a lead.



    yeah...
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  • MontanaHawk05 wrote:Still nothing interesting about Flynn. Stared down Rice on that tipped ball then threw him into that big collision, much longer windup than Wilson, spotty deep accuracy. High-end backup, maybe worth a 6th-rounder.


    Wow, just wow. Me thinks your eyeball's are still spitting hatred.

    I thought he looked fine, especially when you consider he hasn't played for quite some time. Definitely feel we are in good hands if we need him.

    Not really sure why you try so hard to see the negative. He is a Seahawks you know.
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  • Do you think putting Flynn in AND letting him throw as much as he did,
    was a way of "showcasing" him for possible "suitors" / trades ???

    :hmmmm:
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  • glowingeyedseahawk wrote:Do you think putting Flynn in AND letting him throw as much as he did,
    was a way of "showcasing" him for possible "suitors" / trades ???

    :hmmmm:


    Nah, it was about making sure he's ready just in case something bad happens and Wilson gets hurt. We don't want to see it, but I'm very glad to see we played our backups with a purpose. I've always felt that you put your backups in, but you still play the way you play if you want to be successful.


    I want to ask the OP to please post this question every week. It seems to have worked out quite well
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  • kidhawk wrote:

    I want to ask the OP to please post this question every week. It seems to have worked out quite well



    Boy, if we could only score 58 pts. - EACH WEEK !!??
    ( how 'bout at least a nice Christmas gift in two weeks of a 58er )

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  • MrCarey wrote:Hahahaha, this was an awesome thread after the fact.

    Had a few rusty passes, but he played well.


    Yeah, prophetic!
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  • I'm just glad Flynn got to go in.
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