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 Post subject: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
 Post Posted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 6:20 pm 
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I really enjoyed reading these (general consensus NFL fan) so here you go:

http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/v ... sc&start=0

Talks about who has the best CB duo in the NFL

http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/v ... p?t=502843

Who has the best defense (Seattle is listed, but Bears win it)

http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/v ... p?t=505358

5 defenders to have in 5 years, Sherman is on like every list.

And then a thread about how we are an incredibly dangerous team.

http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/v ... sc&start=0

And to cap it off some RW hate.....

http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/v ... sc&start=0

The reasons they have are "Wilson has played better, but Tannehill's supporting cast sucks". Well who's played better? It's not like Alex Smith lights it up with his amazing supporting cast.


There you go .net nation. Enjoy.


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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
 Post Posted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 6:33 pm 
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On the top link, the fifth post is from a guy named Pithy Radish. Is that our own Radish?


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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
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the RW hate makes steam pour out my nose. is there really and idiot who believes that Russell Wilson is to Alex Smith as Tannehill is to Peyton Manning? first of all these kids haven't even played a full season! then you look at stats and you have to say to yourself "are you kidding? Tannehill and Manning should never be compared." that's exactly like comparing Aaron Rodgers to Matt Barkley. I'm sorry for ranting but come on, I have no hate for Tannehill but even if Tannehill does well in his career he is no Manning! is there a new birth defect on the east coast that causes the brain to underdevelop?


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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
 Post Posted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 7:30 pm 
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Definitely not the best defense in the NFL. You're crazy.


Clearly they haven't seen the new DVOA rankings. I wouldn't call someone crazy for saying the team ranked 2nd in team defense is the best. Sounds like a bitter niners fan. Too bad your team isn't even in the top 5.


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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
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the RW hate makes steam pour out my nose. is there really and idiot who believes that Russell Wilson is to Alex Smith as Tannehill is to Peyton Manning? first of all these kids haven't even played a full season! then you look at stats and you have to say to yourself "are you kidding? Tannehill and Manning should never be compared." that's exactly like comparing Aaron Rodgers to Matt Barkley. I'm sorry for ranting but come on, I have no hate for Tannehill but even if Tannehill does well in his career he is no Manning! is there a new birth defect on the east coast that causes the brain to underdevelop?


Just wait. If Wilson has a few more good games, people will change their minds.


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Erebus wrote:
On the top link, the fifth post is from a guy named Pithy Radish. Is that our own Radish?


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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
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FootballFuture -- what a waste of bandwidth. It looks like its sole purpose it to pump up the ego of one guy who thinks he owns the place. (For all I know, maybe he does own the place.) I got really tired really quickly of him telling everyone who disagreed with him that their posts didn't matter and that their analysis wasn't good enough -- especially since he didn't seem to be able to argue his way out of a wet paper bag.

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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
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hawksfan515,

I dont think there is anything Wilson can do this season to gets his due. He's got too many factors going against him that are so stupid.

He is short
He was drafted in the 3rd Round
He has a great running game
He's playing with a great defense

People who don't watch the Seahawks like us and know how great he's been this year will not look past these 4 things.

By the way your avatar is awesome.


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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
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hawksfan515,

I dont think there is anything Wilson can do this season to gets his due. He's got too many factors going against him that are so stupid.

He is short
He was drafted in the 3rd Round
He has a great running game
He's playing with a great defense

People who don't watch the Seahawks like us and know how great he's been this year will not look past these 4 things.

By the way your avatar is awesome.


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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
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Steve2222 wrote:
hawksfan515,

I dont think there is anything Wilson can do this season to gets his due. He's got too many factors going against him that are so stupid.

He is short
He was drafted in the 3rd Round
He has a great running game
He's playing with a great defense

People who don't watch the Seahawks like us and know how great he's been this year will not look past these 4 things.

By the way your avatar is awesome.


Thanks man! And I think if he gets some playoff success that people would change their mind. I think the main problem is that the two most high publicized games Russ has played in (Monday night Packers, Thursday Night 9ers) he didn't play so well. If the more publicized games were the Pats game and the Lions game, well people would love Russ and say he was great.


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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
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Erebus wrote:
On the top link, the fifth post is from a guy named Pithy Radish. Is that our own Radish?



Nope, have no idea. I do not go to those places, to busy around here for that.

And by the way when I was going by that name it was one name,,,pithyradish with no caps. I only went to a 2 word name when we left Scout and I became The Radish

There was a poster here that used a clone of that name for a while.

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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
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The Radish wrote:
Erebus wrote:
On the top link, the fifth post is from a guy named Pithy Radish. Is that our own Radish?



Nope, have no idea. I do not go to those places, to busy around here for that.

And by the way when I was going by that name it was one name,,,pithyradish with no caps. I only went to a 2 word name when we left Scout and I became The Radish

There was a poster here that used a clone of that name for a while.

:les:


Also his location says "in a dirt field somewhere". Isn't that what your location used to be on here?


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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
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That is a great avatar hawksfan515 :) Almost typed 5150

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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
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That is a great avatar hawksfan515 :) Almost typed 5150


Thanks man! :th2thumbs:


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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
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Erebus wrote:
On the top link, the fifth post is from a guy named Pithy Radish. Is that our own Radish?



Nope, have no idea. I do not go to those places, to busy around here for that.

And by the way when I was going by that name it was one name,,,pithyradish with no caps. I only went to a 2 word name when we left Scout and I became The Radish

There was a poster here that used a clone of that name for a while.

:les:


Also his location says "in a dirt field somewhere". Isn't that what your location used to be on here?



You're confused as usual, the comment was "older than dirt".

And for anyone to write 5150 they must have been thinking of Eddie Van Halen

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The Radish wrote:
Erebus wrote:
On the top link, the fifth post is from a guy named Pithy Radish. Is that our own Radish?



Nope, have no idea. I do not go to those places, to busy around here for that.

And by the way when I was going by that name it was one name,,,pithyradish with no caps. I only went to a 2 word name when we left Scout and I became The Radish

There was a poster here that used a clone of that name for a while.

:les:


He doesnt go to any of 'those' places but you can often find him on Sprague just east of downtown. Just look for the hunched-over drag queen holding a cane.

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 Post subject: Re: Some nice Seahawk love on Football's Future
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Seems like alot of people in the forum would "easily" choose Tannehill over Wilson. I would not trade Wilson for anyone.

I want him to succeed with the Seahawks really badly


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The Radish wrote:
Erebus wrote:
On the top link, the fifth post is from a guy named Pithy Radish. Is that our own Radish?



Nope, have no idea. I do not go to those places, to busy around here for that.

And by the way when I was going by that name it was one name,,,pithyradish with no caps. I only went to a 2 word name when we left Scout and I became The Radish

There was a poster here that used a clone of that name for a while.

:les:


He doesnt go to any of 'those' places but you can often find him on Sprague just east of downtown. Just look for the hunched-over drag queen holding a cane.



Oh,,,you mean near that place you wanted to meet for lunch.

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