ensett wrote:Miller is a proven pro-bowler and McCoy finally figured things out, even our 3rd in McGrath or Morrah if he comes back have both shown strong potential.
olyfan63 wrote:ensett wrote:Miller is a proven pro-bowler and McCoy finally figured things out, even our 3rd in McGrath or Morrah if he comes back have both shown strong potential.
What is the story on Cameron Morrah? I always liked the dude because it seemed like he made plays. He was waived/injured. Anyone know what happened? I think he was a better pass-catcher than McCoy, possibly almost on par with Miller as a receiver, but not quite as good a blocker as either.
HawkWow wrote:If the Notre Dame kid (Eifert) is available, we may have to consider him. He's not the best blocker around, but has a knack for finding empty spots to settle. I think he would be a weapon for RW worthy of consideration. I'm hoping for a stud DT sometime early, but getting Eifert in the first, then trading up to get Woods in the 2nd would be huge for the O side.
minormillikin wrote:"Bleacher Report" doesn't say anything. Unpaid contributors on their website say stuff.
This would be like me starting a thread titled, "Seahawks.net says Flynn should be the new starter," because one troll in the gameday forum overreacted after Wilson threw an interception.
drdiags wrote:3-Tech DT that can collapse the pocket enhances the investment made into Irvin. A dynamic WR or a LB are other options I think need higher priority.