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  • Not bad. I think I wou ld have Easley over Holmgren though. Just to keep it players. Nothing against Holmgren.
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  • Those are pretty good, cant really argue with Walt, Largent and Tez, those are kind of locks.

    Maybe instead of Holmy, Paul Allen?
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  • twisted_steel2 wrote:Those are pretty good, cant really argue with Walt, Largent and Tez, those are kind of locks.

    Maybe instead of Holmy, Paul Allen?


    Good call on Paul Allen. Hell, JS has a chance if he stays around for a long time.
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  • Yep. Largent, Walt, Tez and Paul.....Perfect.
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  • twisted_steel2 wrote:Maybe instead of Holmy, Paul Allen?


    Another very good option.
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Re: Seattle Seahawks Mt. Rushmore
Wed May 29, 2013 1:43 pm
  • Rat wrote:
    HoustonHawk82 wrote:
    Rat wrote:[quote="HoustonHawk82"]Easley
    Krieg
    Largent
    Kennedy

    In order to do the monument proper justice, it would have to include a front and back row for eight.

    In that case:

    Warner
    Easley
    Krieg
    Largent
    Kennedy
    Alexander
    Knox
    Holmgren

    You talk about doing "proper justice" with the monument, and then don't even put Walter Jones in your top 8.


    So, how many points did Walt score, and how many key decisions did he make? He had one job and he did it at an extremely high level, but my list is based more on skill players and decision-makers.

    Look, Jones is clearly the best LT the team has ever had (and he is my number 9), but I believe the total contributions of those listed in front of him are more significant.

    Is this a joke? I was just being a smart-ass with my comment because I assumed you forgot Big Walt.[/quote]

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