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 Post subject: Re: Is Steven H done as a Seahawk?
 Post Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2013 11:47 am 
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We have like 4 7th rounder right? Id like to see us use one on a kicker. How about that fat kid from Wazzu?

I just LOL'd thinking of the commish up there saying, "With the 225th pick in the NFL 2013 draft, the Seattle Seahawks select the fat kid from Washington State."

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I vote for Josh Brown. I always liked that guy.


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Brown was money down the stretch for the Bengals last year. I wouldn't mind if he was brought back. He's kind of a douche, but this is the same coaching staff that gave the kicking job to Jeff Reed before Hauschka was released by the Ravens.


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 Post subject: Re: Is Steven H done as a Seahawk?
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We have like 4 7th rounder right? Id like to see us use one on a kicker. How about that fat kid from Wazzu?

I just LOL'd thinking of the commish up there saying, "With the 225th pick in the NFL 2013 draft, the Seattle Seahawks select the fat kid from Washington State."

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Yep, in the first place, he's too fat, AND, he's too fat in the second place too :P


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I wish we could get that fat polish guy from the raiders :D


Janikowski? He's a big boy, could play OT in a pinch :D

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It's officially offseason when we are talking about kickers


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It's officially offseason when we are talking about kickers


It was officially the off-season when we had threads about trading Sidney Rice and acquiring T Jack in the same week.

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Olindo Mare was pretty good for us. I wouldn't mind bringing him back.


Mare is going to be 40, kickers seem to lose distance as they age.


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Olindo Mare was pretty good for us. I wouldn't mind bringing him back.


Mare is going to be 40, kickers seem to lose distance as they age.


Isn't that the curse of all men? :roll:


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I'm no FG kicker expert, but I hate way the ball comes off his foot.

Wouldn't mind seeing a new kicker.


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You would suggest Josh Brown be a Seahawk again??????

Whatever you're drinking/smoking stop, cause its clearly clouding your brain.

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But if we bring him back, we could re-enslave him. Gotta be some upside to that.


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Hauschka is money from under 45 yards. It would be hard to find someone better in the area that should be automatic. I'd take a consistant kicker over a power kicker any day.


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Brown was money down the stretch for the Bengals last year. I wouldn't mind if he was brought back. He's kind of a douche, but this is the same coaching staff that gave the kicking job to Jeff Reed before Hauschka was released by the Ravens.


I thought Haushka was released by the Bronchos in the preseason and then we picked him up..

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I go back and forth on Steven! The dude is pure gold from under 45, maybe one of the best in the NFL. However he was the 2nd worst at PATs and 50+ last year. I just get a little ill watching him walk out there for the longer kicks. It would be nice to see the kicker line up for a 55 yarder and not know the outcome. (career long 54).


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WestcoastSteve wrote:
Hawken-Dazs wrote:
Olindo Mare was pretty good for us. I wouldn't mind bringing him back.


Mare is going to be 40, kickers seem to lose distance as they age.


Isn't that the curse of all men? :roll:



They have a pill or that now


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sutz wrote:
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We have like 4 7th rounder right? Id like to see us use one on a kicker. How about that fat kid from Wazzu?

I just LOL'd thinking of the commish up there saying, "With the 225th pick in the NFL 2013 draft, the Seattle Seahawks select the fat kid from Washington State."

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Too damn funny!


I don't care if he's 600 pounds, if he can boot 55-yarders consistently. Having a consistent long-range kicker can help change what opposing defenses need to do at the end of a close game.

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 Post subject: Re: Is Steven H done as a Seahawk?
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If they lost him, I might break out in a yawn, there are so many kickers out there, it's a non-factor.

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Carson Wiggs was signed to a future contract back on Feb 1st. He's got a big leg (once kicked a 67 yard field goal at Purdue) and was actually with the Seahawks in camp last year. I'd say he's the front runner if Hauschka is left to find an offer in FA.


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Man if we would have kept Wiggs, that 65 yarder to win in the playoffs would have been fun to watch.

But we have chip shot boy, so I will have to hold off on getting pumped up until we get to the 25.

Wiggs could work, but PC must have seen something he didn't like last time. I hope we do keep Wiggs as our kicker, just coach him up!


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I do think it'd be a little scary to go into a potential Super Bowl run with basically a rookie Kicker. But I guess you have to do it at some point eh?


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The ravens had a rookie kicker? Honestly i usually feel like the rookie kickers are way better then the veteran kickers


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