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Who will be the Hawks MVP in 2009?
Fri May 08, 2009 5:35 pm
  • Who (rookie, vet, coach, etc) will be the seahawk's MVP this season?
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  • I will take the obvious choice while I can....Aaron Curry (Rookie). I do like the OL line coach though. He has always had a good run offense, scheme wise I mean.
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  • I don't think Curry is the obvious choice. While he may be the sexy pick because he's such a high draft pick, I think someone like Hasselbeck is primed to be the MVP. He's going to be back supposedly in better shape than he's been in a while, we've got a supposedly revamped O-line with a high-round pick anchoring either guard or center, and he's got a whole stable of really good wide receivers and tight ends to throw to.

    The running game has not proven itself to be worth anything with the personnel we have (and granted, with the crappy passing game last year, it was doomed from the start...). Coupled with Housh, Burleson, Branch, Carlson and the crew of younger guys who may finally step up under less pressure than last year, Hass is bound to have an awesome passing season.

    Book it - this is the year that Hasselbeck breaks 4,000 yards passing and has his best season yet. All the doubters will be gone by week four, and he'll be a shoe-in for MVP by week 12.
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  • I think Lofa will have a great year,...with improved D-line play to free him up, Lofa should make a boatload of plays
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  • I'll pick an easy one and say TJ Houshmanzedah - big name already and has the potential to take this team to the next level.

    I'd love to see Nate Burleson elevate his game this year and get it and that's also a possibilty if TJ or Branch can draw some double teams.
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  • Matt will win Team MVP for sure for the reasons listed above. Also look for Hass to win NFL Comeback Player of the Year.
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  • Hass and Housh will need to have big years if we are turning this ship around from last year. So if it is a winning season - Hass and Housh and possibly Mike Solari/Gregg Knapp if our running game becomes top-10 and carries the load.

    I don't think anyone on the defense will deserve cause I expect a top-10 D this year. Anything less is a failure plain and simple. So unless we are a top-3 D - the defense will definitely not be the MVPs.
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  • I think I am going Mora on this one. Loved Holmy, but I think Mora will use the players in a way that really plays to their strengths. I also think that his energy will help transition our home badassness to the road
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  • #8.
    I think even with a mediocre OL, if he's on, he can carry this team.
    (Not saying our OL is Mediocre; but if he's healthy he can do enough to nullify the effects of a mediocre OL, IMO).

    -SH
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Re: With all the predictions going around
Fri May 08, 2009 11:05 pm
  • SeahawkSailor wrote:Book it - this is the year that Hasselbeck breaks 4,000 yards passing and has his best season yet. All the doubters will be gone by week four, and he'll be a shoe-in for MVP by week 12.


    Man how much I hope that comes true.

    In order for Hasselbeck to get there, he has to not only TRULY be healthy (that alone is a HUGE part of it) but have a solid OL that can protect for him AND not only TJ but the other receivers to show up.

    Count me in as a fellow die-hard who HOPES that happens.

    Also count me in as a fellow die-hard who is not holding his breath.
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  • # 8 will BE back, not on his back. I think Housh will be doubled all year until another reciever ( Nate, broken Branch or the newbie ? ) makes defenses react and pull focus from Housh. Our ability to pass or run all hinges on the OL so if we have the type of season most here are predicting, my pick is for the OL.
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  • Gotta be Housh. Unless Nate returns punts and/or kickoffs. Man that guy electrifies me!
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  • Guss Bradley. Thats right DC. This years D will be top five. The D will allow only 10.6 points per game. And in the SB we will win a squeeker, 16 - 14. game winner as time expires.

    No but realy Bradley. With a top 5 D.
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  • Im gonna go with with Unger. :th2thumbs:
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Re: With all the predictions going around
Sat May 09, 2009 10:54 am
  • Coach Mora.

    I think we are going to love this guy. The players are going to feel like they are being used correctly with everyone getting on the same page. Front office, coaches, players... and I just think Jim has the stuff to translate his passion and work ethic into motivation and W's on Sunday's.

    :mrgreen:
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Re: With all the predictions going around
Sat May 09, 2009 11:13 am
  • Julius Jones thrives under the new system and shocks the world.

    Julius Jones 2009 MVP
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Re: With all the predictions going around
Sat May 09, 2009 12:29 pm
  • sturg78 wrote:Who (rookie, vet, coach, etc) will be the seahawk's MVP this season?

    Going out on a limb here Buttler he is going to shine and surprize a lot of people .
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Re: With all the predictions going around
Sat May 09, 2009 12:54 pm
  • Offense Will be Hass. If healthy he will lead this team to the playoffs and put the tards back where they belong in January, on the couch watching the hawks win.

    Defense will be tru. I think with the addition of Lucas, tru tru will shine and return to probowl status.
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Re: With all the predictions going around
Sat May 09, 2009 12:56 pm
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  • Hass

    With a rejuvenated running game, healthy talented receivers, a cohesive offensive line.... Matt puts up HUGE numbers.
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  • sturg78 wrote:I think I am going Mora on this one. Loved Holmy, but I think Mora will use the players in a way that really plays to their strengths. I also think that his energy will help transition our home badassness to the road


    Wins on the Road will be key in turning our team around from the dismal 2008 season. Everything looks sooo "rosey" at this time of the year. I'm not going to get my hopes up too high.
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  • As previously mentiond by others, IMO, Matt Hasselbeck will be the MVP.

    I also think the Seahawk starting offense will look like this after pre-season:

    WR - TJ Houshmandzadeh, Deion Branch
    TE - John Carlson
    RT - Sean Locklear
    RG - Mike Wahle
    C - Chris Spencer
    LG - Max Unger
    LT - Walt Jones
    RB - Devin Moore
    FB - Justin Griffith
    QB - Matt Hasselbeck

    Maker my words!
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Re: Who will be the Hawks MVP in 2009?
Tue Jan 05, 2010 11:39 am
  • Nobody picked Jon Ryan? I cant believe it.
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Re: Who will be the Hawks MVP in 2009?
Tue Jan 05, 2010 11:41 am
  • The entire St Louis Rams.
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Re: Who will be the Hawks MVP in 2009?
Tue Jan 05, 2010 12:09 pm
  • How about the 12th man?
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Re: Who will be the Hawks MVP in 2009?
Tue Jan 05, 2010 12:19 pm
  • This year's team awards ceremony should be replaced with an interactive fan experience entitled "kick your least favorite Seahawk square in the nuts"!
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Re: With all the predictions going around
Tue Jan 05, 2010 12:36 pm
  • sturg78 wrote:I think I am going Mora on this one. Loved Holmy, but I think Mora will use the players in a way that really plays to their strengths. I also think that his energy will help transition our home badassness to the road


    Biggest LOL of the year right here.
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  • Fox0r wrote:
    sturg78 wrote:I think I am going Mora on this one. Loved Holmy, but I think Mora will use the players in a way that really plays to their strengths. I also think that his energy will help transition our home badassness to the road


    Biggest LOL of the year right here.

    :lol:
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  • hawkforce wrote:Coach Mora.

    I think we are going to love this guy. The players are going to feel like they are being used correctly with everyone getting on the same page. Front office, coaches, players... and I just think Jim has the stuff to translate his passion and work ethic into motivation and W's on Sunday's.

    :mrgreen:


    Ouch. This one just makes me cringe now that the season is over.
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Re: Who will be the Hawks MVP in 2009?
Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:18 pm
  • that was painful to read, how misguided were we....
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  • HawkFan72 wrote:
    hawkforce wrote:Coach Mora.

    I think we are going to love this guy. The players are going to feel like they are being used correctly with everyone getting on the same page. Front office, coaches, players... and I just think Jim has the stuff to translate his passion and work ethic into motivation and W's on Sunday's.

    :mrgreen:


    Ouch. This one just makes me cringe now that the season is over.


    Put that baby on a t-shirt!
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Re: Who will be the Hawks MVP in 2009?
Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:52 pm
  • Gotta love preseason bliss and homerism. :D
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Re: Who will be the Hawks MVP in 2009?
Tue Jan 05, 2010 11:57 pm
  • SeaMeat wrote:How about the 12th man?


    On a serious note, I have to agree with this.

    Even during the Titans game the FANS were still cheering their lungs out. It really made me proud to be a Seahawks fan. Props to the fans at the game and at home watching, no matter the circumstance.

    It may be redundant. But here is to next year! :thirishdrinkers:
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Re: Who will be the Hawks MVP in 2009?
Wed Jan 06, 2010 10:25 am
  • Sadly, my vote does indeed go to Jon Ryan. Until our front office and coaching situation is resolved, at least. I have no level of confidence that things will improve next year.
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Re: Who will be the Hawks MVP in 2009?
Sun Feb 07, 2010 9:01 am
  • This is a painful thread......
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Re: Who will be the Hawks MVP in 2009?
Thu Feb 11, 2010 5:32 pm
  • hindsights 20/20 eh? man.
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