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 Post subject: Miami Game Prep
 Post Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2012 8:16 pm 
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Early flight . . . player use of time ? ? players treating this trip more of a vacation than game prep . . .

bye week had already been extended, but some players extended the off time while in Miami

Per Corbin Louks twitter - players were jet skiing in Miami on Saturday?

http://twitter.com/CorbinLouks/status/272461995465400320/photo/1


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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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I see why the coach said what he did. It sure looks like a vacation


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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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Well to be fair they do get some off time.. they don't work 24/7. Would you rather have them in their hotel room playing video games or doing some thing active after meetings/walk thru?

That said, boy it doesn't look good given how bad they played.. lol


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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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Tough to answer, must be extremely distracting though given the surroundings. Given the way they played, it didn't appear they had the right mindset given what was at stake


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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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Who's Corbin Louk?

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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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I remember the 1983 visit to Miami which netted us a much different outcome. No week off before that game!


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And if this was during their off time. It doesnt bother me even a little bit.

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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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Postgame player comments left the impression they took this game for granted as a win . . . Trap Game


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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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When we lost Winston Guy for PED's we brought Kearse up from the practice squad and Corbin Louk WR was added to the practice squad


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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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It pisses me off, because I can almost just imagine Seahawk players soaking up the Florida sun, stupid yes, but I can imagine it easy.

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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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And if this was during their off time. It doesnt bother me even a little bit.


This team should never take a road game for granted. Obvious reasons.


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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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Trap game? This team has no business taking any team for granted, total outrage if that's what happened


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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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This team was probably out on South Beach trying to get their rod wet on Saturday night. I'm sure this happens with many teams. I just wish the Seahawks were not one of those.


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I doubt RW3 was out enjoying the sun. No, he was probably locked in his room studying film. And he had a great game.


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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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This all falls on the coaching staff. You think the Patriots staff lets this s*it happen?

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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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I think this was mentioned in another thread, but I would have loved to see this team fly directly to someplace in Illinois, spend the entire week alone, on E. Coast time, and focus on nothing but the Bears game. Harbaugh does this stuff and it works.

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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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I think this was mentioned in another thread, but I would have loved to see this team fly directly to someplace in Illinois, spend the entire week alone, on E. Coast time, and focus on nothing but the Bears game. Harbaugh does this stuff and it works.


I was thinking this when I started reading the thread. I understand it was Thanksgiving weekend and the Seahawks probably weren't flying out of Seattle until Friday, but I heard that Harbaugh leaves earlier and gets his players in a routine on east coast time. It makes sense to get the players used to the time change.

As far as the players on Saturday, I don't think it was time for fun in the sun. They have the whole offseason for that. This was a business trip, nothing more. IMO, Pete and co. should've handled the bye week better and I think from his press conference he knows that too. Actually, he should've already known that being a coach for as long as he has. These mistakes are inexcusable sometimes.


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 Post subject: Re: Miami Game Prep
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Jet skiing is freaking brutal on you and tires you out, I don't care who you are. The day before a game? Irresponsible...

And yes, I got the impression from Tate and Robinson's post game comments, that the team may have slept through this one, completely overlooking this opponent.

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