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DeSeahawk

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Fire Pete Carrol
Fire John Schneider
Fire Shane Waldron
Fire Clint Hurtt

Trade Diggs
Trade Adams
Trade Lockett

Draft a QB (Penix, Nix or Daniels)
Can't imagine who would trade for Diggs or Adams . Maybe Toronto ........
 

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Personally, I think we are putting the cart before the horse here folks. First off we are going to need an owner, or front office, that has the knowledge to make a coaching decision.
 

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Just don't be a defensive HC, and be under the age of 50.

No more crony coordinators as well.

The NFL over the 10 last has morphed into a hyper X's and O's league now. Scheme and QB is all that matters.

Offensive coaches dominate. Defensive coaches under achieve.

Pete gets an "F" in scheme. And it is why he is failing, and any positives you may want glean from him still are irrelevant.

Pete's record without Wilson carrying him is pedestrian and only getting worse.

The Seahawks need to stop playing checkers, and start playing chess.
You forget when the LOB left Me3 didn't carry anything.
A QB needs a D to be decent so look close at that before
spewing nonsense.
 

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You forget when the LOB left Me3 didn't carry anything.
A QB needs a D to be decent so look close at that before
spewing nonsense.
I know you hate Russ but he did have a couple of really good years when you consider his best receiver was a tiny slot guy in Baldwin(a stud though for sure), a horrific offensive line and for a couple of years a non-existent running game. They really had almost no talent on offense for a couple of years and he played well all things considered. I'm not sure any QB would have done much better under those circumstances.

And yes trading Russ was a good thing and current Russ would not help this team before I get accused of that lol.
 

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I know you hate Russ but he did have a couple of really good years when you consider his best receiver was a tiny slot guy in Baldwin(a stud though for sure), a horrific offensive line and for a couple of years a non-existent running game. They really had almost no talent on offense for a couple of years and he played well all things considered. I'm not sure any QB would have done much better under those circumstances.

And yes trading Russ was a good thing and current Russ would not help this team before I get accused of that lol.
We got RBs hurt to this day lol..We can post a long list on that so throw that
part out.
We disagree on the line except for the SB year when it was pretty good otherwise
the line has been about the same, maybe a little better but we're not paying a QB
all the high % of the cap #3 took up either.
As for the WRs DK and Tyler were here with #3 for a chunk and as you said Angry.
#3 ran a lot too so
why would they go get more WRs?They tried here and there
like with Graham and they had Kearse who was clutch (not great) but it worked.

My point that your replying to was the D set up a lot of great years otherwise
without the D it was "maybe get to the wildcard" and get beat.

If you thought that was all #3 carrying the team-It wasn't good enough to me.
 

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We got RBs hurt to this day lol..We can post a long list on that so throw that
part out.
We disagree on the line except for the SB year when it was pretty good otherwise
the line has been about the same, maybe a little better but we're not paying a QB
all the high % of the cap #3 took up either.
As for the WRs DK and Tyler were here with #3 for a chunk and as you said Angry.
#3 ran a lot too so
why would they go get more WRs?They tried here and there
like with Graham and they had Kearse who was clutch (not great) but it worked.

My point that your replying to was the D set up a lot of great years otherwise
without the D it was "maybe get to the wildcard" and get beat.

If you thought that was all #3 carrying the team-It wasn't good enough to me.
This year and the next two Geno and Russ make an identical 74 million. But narratives
 

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Okay...have at it...who would you want here in 2024 to replace Pete??
Harbaugh he did great things with the 9ers plus he'd know the best college players. Seahawks hated playing against the 9ners when Harbaugh was coach.
 

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trade Pete straight across for Mike Tomlin.
Tomlin is the disciplinarian type that so many people seem to want. He hasn't done much in the playoffs either. Another high floor, low ceiling type.

Preferably, the next HC will be offensive minded, as that's the way the league has been trending.
 

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Anybody that is not named Harbaugh. I wouldn't hate on Mike Tomlin. I know it would never happen because he's probably way too comfortable and he's 66 but I'd like Bill Cowher
 

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Actually, to groom our next QB, Frank Reich. Just get the best Defensive coordinator to support him (Quinn?)
 
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