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 Post subject: Top 10 Ironmen of the 2012 Seahawks
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These are the top 10 workmen for 2012. *

#01 K.Chancellor ....... 1108 snaps
#02 B.Giacomini ........ 1080 snaps
#03 Paul McQuistan ... 1066 snaps
#04 E.Thomas ........... 1047 snaps
#05 R.Sherman .......... 1028 snaps
#06 M.Unger .............. 1017 snaps
#07 R.Okung .............. 0981 snaps
#08 R.Wilson .............. 0979 snaps
#09 K.Wright .............. 0973 snaps
#10 B.Wagner ............ 0935 snaps

*Source: Football Outsiders >>> http://www.footballoutsiders.com/stats/snapcounts2012


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Good to see 4 O-linemen on that list, hopefully we can stay healthy next year.


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#53 W. Thurmond ....... III snaps


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#53 W. Thurmond ....... III snaps


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That's right, he whoops and plays all downs. God I love him as our RT. Can I was killed when you took down your sig of him.

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 Post subject: Re: Top 10 Ironmen of the 2012 Seahawks
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Does this include Special teams snaps? I was wondering how Wilson wound up with like 130 snaps fewer than Kam? I know Flynn took a few.

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GCrow wrote:
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Good to see 4 O-linemen on that list, hopefully we can stay healthy next year.


Many people have said that with Cable running the line, we just needed our guys to stay healthy to see success, funnily enough, 4 Offensive linemen on that list and we put 2 in the pro bowl this year. It would really be nice to see what the line can do if Carpenter can stay healthy next season.

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Evil_Shenanigans wrote:
Does this include Special teams snaps? I was wondering how Wilson wound up with like 130 snaps fewer than Kam? I know Flynn took a few.


Kam - 127 special teams snaps
Giacomini (more relevant) - 74 ST snaps


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And this list proves why I think McQuistan is one of the most underrated guys on the team.

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Evil_Shenanigans wrote:
Does this include Special teams snaps? I was wondering how Wilson wound up with like 130 snaps fewer than Kam? I know Flynn took a few.


Yes ...... every snap counts.


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 Post subject: Re: Top 10 Ironmen of the 2012 Seahawks
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And this list proves why I think McQuistan is one of the most underrated guys on the team.



So much this. Why are people still wanting to see a healthy carpetner? McQuistan has been amazing all season. Carpetner is a career backup from now on.

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Pretty impressive for Kam, especially considering he played through the entire season with an ankle injury.


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And this list proves why I think McQuistan is one of the most underrated guys on the team.



So much this. Why are people still wanting to see a healthy carpetner? McQuistan has been amazing all season. Carpetner is a career backup from now on.


You do realize that McQuistan played mostly right guard and Carpenter is the slotted LEFT guard when he gets healthy right? I mean you do understand that Carpenter doesn't replace McQuistan when he's healthy, he replaces the duo of Sweezy/Moffitt

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Cartire wrote:
HawkFan72 wrote:
And this list proves why I think McQuistan is one of the most underrated guys on the team.



So much this. Why are people still wanting to see a healthy carpetner? McQuistan has been amazing all season. Carpetner is a career backup from now on.


You do realize that McQuistan played mostly right guard and Carpenter is the slotted LEFT guard when he gets healthy right? I mean you do understand that Carpenter doesn't replace McQuistan when he's healthy, he replaces the duo of Sweezy/Moffitt


Sweezy/Moffit have been doing fantastic. They were not at all involved in us not getting at least 3 pts in the first half against Atlanta.......oh wait


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Evil_Shenanigans wrote:
Does this include Special teams snaps? I was wondering how Wilson wound up with like 130 snaps fewer than Kam? I know Flynn took a few.


Offensive and Defensive snaps are going to have a different total.

Thanks for posting this! Interesting to see


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 Post subject: Re: Top 10 Ironmen of the 2012 Seahawks
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kidhawk wrote:
Cartire wrote:
HawkFan72 wrote:
And this list proves why I think McQuistan is one of the most underrated guys on the team.



So much this. Why are people still wanting to see a healthy carpetner? McQuistan has been amazing all season. Carpetner is a career backup from now on.


You do realize that McQuistan played mostly right guard and Carpenter is the slotted LEFT guard when he gets healthy right? I mean you do understand that Carpenter doesn't replace McQuistan when he's healthy, he replaces the duo of Sweezy/Moffitt


McQuistan was playing LG almost all season. Hes actually listed as a OT, but he never had to play that because both our tackles were solid all season. Moffit/Sweezy were in the RG slot all season unless both hurt (or not playing sweezy), then McQuistan would slide over. The fact that he can play almost any position on the line with good results is what makes him a stud.

The optimal line this season was supposed to be Okung, Carpetner, Unger, Moffit, Gia (Carpetner was supposed to be a RT, but that fell through 2 season ago) When Moffit went out the beginning of the year, McQuistan played RG, but then switched over to LG when Carpetner went out.

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 Post subject: Re: Top 10 Ironmen of the 2012 Seahawks
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Cartire wrote:
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And this list proves why I think McQuistan is one of the most underrated guys on the team.



So much this. Why are people still wanting to see a healthy carpetner? McQuistan has been amazing all season. Carpetner is a career backup from now on.


McQuistan only moved to left guard when Carpenter got hurt. Mcquistan is solid but Carpenter has much higher upside, I believe McQuistan is our 2nd worst in pass pro after Sweezy according to sacks allowed.

NVM it goes Sweezy - Breno - Mcquistan


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RG3 - 2 snaps, in his left knee.

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