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 Post subject: Re: If/when we get rid of Flynn, would you want Hasselbeck back?
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If Hass hadn't played for the Seahawks before and attained the status he did with this team, there is not a SINGLE ONE of you who would be suggesting we bring him in. Think about that. Think about what that means for the value he would represent to the team.


Well, there is the occasional weird one.

"Bring in Kerry Collins? Can't hurt."

"Bring in Mark Brunell? Can't hurt."

"Bring in Marc Bulger? Can't hurt."

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 Post subject: Re: If/when we get rid of Flynn, would you want Hasselbeck back?
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volsunghawk wrote:
If Hass hadn't played for the Seahawks before and attained the status he did with this team, there is not a SINGLE ONE of you who would be suggesting we bring him in. Think about that. Think about what that means for the value he would represent to the team.


Well, there is the occasional weird one.

"Bring in Kerry Collins? Can't hurt."

"Bring in Mark Brunell? Can't hurt."

"Bring in Marc Bulger? Can't hurt."


Yeah, I forgot about those folks.

Hey, guys, I hear that Daunte Culpepper is available. He's younger than Hass, has a similar injury history, has a better career completion rate, has a better career passer rating and a higher TD percentage, and has thrown for more yards per game over his career than Hass has. Anybody want HIM?

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 Post subject: Re: If/when we get rid of Flynn, would you want Hasselbeck back?
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volsunghawk wrote:
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If Hass hadn't played for the Seahawks before and attained the status he did with this team, there is not a SINGLE ONE of you who would be suggesting we bring him in. Think about that. Think about what that means for the value he would represent to the team.


Well, there is the occasional weird one.

"Bring in Kerry Collins? Can't hurt."

"Bring in Mark Brunell? Can't hurt."

"Bring in Marc Bulger? Can't hurt."


Yeah, I forgot about those folks.

Hey, guys, I hear that Daunte Culpepper is available. He's younger than Hass, has a similar injury history, has a better career completion rate, has a better career passer rating and a higher TD percentage, and has thrown for more yards per game over his career than Hass has. Anybody want HIM?


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 Post subject: Re: If/when we get rid of Flynn, would you want Hasselbeck back?
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I interviewed Daunte Culpepper the week of the Super Bowl and he sounded like he was in great shape. His voice could definitely run a 4.53.


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 Post subject: Re: If/when we get rid of Flynn, would you want Hasselbeck back?
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Hass never played for this coaching regime, so his connection to the organization right now is the same as any other aging veteran QB. I love the guy but the only reason we could bring him back is for sentimental reasons to the fans.


You must not remember the Beast Quake game where Hass threw for 4 TDs


You mean when we had a different offensive coordinator, QB coach, and offensive system? Yeah I remember that.

At least you used a large sample size over the past few years to form your argument.


Yeah but to be fair you said "this regime". The head coach is implied when you talk about coaching regimes.

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