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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 3:39 pm    Post subject: FFMD II Seattle Seahawks War Room Reply with quote

To start, I signed up to be a GM for any team that didn't have a member sign up and ended up with the Seahawks. If one of you missed the sign up thread and would like to be GM i have no issues with that.

I am a Broncos fan, but have participated in FFMD a couple of times since joining, including being a GM. I have a lot of time on my hands as finding a job in Colorado Springs has proven difficult, so i should be able to put in the required time/effort for FFMD. Finally, i want this to be a collaborative effort and try and come to a consensus on potential trades and draft selections. The last thing i want to do is come in and simply run the entire show if i remain GM.

Well after that, here are some helpful links to the rest of the FFMD world.

FFMD Links:
General Discussion
Trade Block
Trades
Draft Thread
Roster/Salary Info

These staff positions also need filled. If you would like to break them down and make them more detailed or add others just let me know.

Staff:
Assistant GM:
Head Coach:
NFL Scout:
Offensive Draft Scout:
Defensive Draft Scout:

Last, but not least the current depth chart. If i have people misplaced, again just let me know.

Depth Chart:

QB: Wilson, Jackson, Daniels
RB: Lynch, Turbin, Michael
FB: Coleman, Ware

WR1: Harvin, Matthews, Evans, Clark
WR2: Rice/Kearse, Lockette, Bates, Price, Pryor
Slot: Baldwin, Walters
TE: Miller, McCoy, Willson, Helfet, Beckum

LT: Okung, Hauptmann
LG: Su'a-Filo, Carpenter, Van Roten
OC: Unger, Jeanpierre
RG: Sweezy, Smith, Schilling
RT: James, Bowie/Bailey

LDE: Bennett, Coleman, Scruggs, Boatright
UT: McDaniel, Williams, Brooks
NT: Mebane, Hill, Cherrington, Smith
LEO: Avril, Irvin, Mayowa

SLB: Wright, Irvin, Morgan, Taylor
MLB: Wagner, Farewell
WLB: Smith, Wright, Toomer

CB: Sherman, Shead, Adams
FS: Thomas, Parks
SS: Chancellor, Johnson
Nickel: Lane, Davis
CB: Maxwell, Simon, Fenner, Auguste

K: Hauschka
P: Ryan
LS: Gresham

Dark Blue=Rookie
Black=Trade


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 3:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

After signups, i'd like some info on what you guys feel are major areas of concern, both now and in the long term.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 6:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

germ-x wrote:
After signups, i'd like some info on what you guys feel are major areas of concern, both now and in the long term.


what team are you a fan of? just curious.

sign Sydney Rice cheap, extend earl thomas, draft RT/LT and DE/DT or WR in the draft 1st 2nd,

thats what id do. i have exams coming up and wont be around that much
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 7:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dools=hawks wrote:
germ-x wrote:
After signups, i'd like some info on what you guys feel are major areas of concern, both now and in the long term.


what team are you a fan of? just curious.

sign Sydney Rice cheap, extend earl thomas, draft RT/LT and DE/DT or WR in the draft 1st 2nd,

thats what id do. i have exams coming up and wont be around that much
No FA. But for goodness sake man, it's SIDNEY Laughing
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I'll put the 2013 Seahawks one spot over the 2008 Steelers on the Top 10
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 7:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dools=hawks wrote:
germ-x wrote:
After signups, i'd like some info on what you guys feel are major areas of concern, both now and in the long term.


what team are you a fan of? just curious.

sign Sydney Rice cheap, extend earl thomas, draft RT/LT and DE/DT or WR in the draft 1st 2nd,

thats what id do. i have exams coming up and wont be around that much


I am a Broncos fan.

When i was going through the depth chart RT and WR jumped out at me right away as potential areas of improvement early in the draft.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 7:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

IIRC, doesn't Seattle use zone blocking up front?
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germ-x wrote:
IIRC, doesn't Seattle use zone blocking up front?
We do. As far as RT goes, we have two young guys who could be solid at RT, so we're putting a premium on a guy who would start at RT for us but actually be capable of swinging to LT. That's a big value piece for us
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 8:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's how I'd set the depth chart

QB: Wilson, Jackson, Daniels
RB: Lynch, Turbin, Michael
FB: Coleman, Ware

WR1: Harvin, Matthews, Clark
WR2: Kearse, Lockette, Bates, Price
Slot: Baldwin, Walters
TE: Miller, McCoy, Willson, Helfet, Beckum

LT: Okung, Hauptmann
LG: Bailey, Carpenter, Van Roten
OC: Unger, Jeanpierre
RG: Sweezy, Smith, Schilling
RT: Bowie
*Bailey and Bowie are probably are two backup LTs, but they're also fighting it out for LG and RT along with whoever we draft

LDE: Bennett, Scruggs, Boatright
UT: McDaniel, Williams, Brooks
NT: Mebane, Hill, Cherrington, Smith
LEO: Avril, Irvin, Mayowa
*Irvin is our backup LEO and probably our 4th LB this year with how well Malcolm Smith played. Still will see a lot of reps with 1st team though

SLB: Wright, Irvin, Morgan, Taylor
MLB: Wagner, Farewell
WLB: Smith, Wright, Toomer

CB: Sherman, Shead, Adams
FS: Thomas, Parks
SS: Chancellor, Johnson
Nickel: Lane
CB: Maxwell, Simon, Fenner, Auguste

K: Hauschka
P: Ryan
LS: Gresham
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I'm down for a position that has lots of benefits, high pay, very little work, no accountability, and zero responsibility.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 11:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tatupu_64 wrote:
germ-x wrote:
IIRC, doesn't Seattle use zone blocking up front?
We do. As far as RT goes, we have two young guys who could be solid at RT, so we're putting a premium on a guy who would start at RT for us but actually be capable of swinging to LT. That's a big value piece for us


Alright, i'll remember that. I'll also use your depth chart.
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Bigjoe0075 wrote:
I'm down for a position that has lots of benefits, high pay, very little work, no accountability, and zero responsibility.


Haha, well that can be any position you want.

On another note, are there any players you guys would be interested in trading or adding to the trading block?
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KJ Wright is the only player I'd put on the trade block, but I wouldn't move him for cheap
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Tatupu_64 wrote:
KJ Wright is the only player I'd put on the trade block, but I wouldn't move him for cheap


This. Certainly no less than what we dealt him for last time.
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Tatupu_64 wrote:
Dools=hawks wrote:
germ-x wrote:
After signups, i'd like some info on what you guys feel are major areas of concern, both now and in the long term.


what team are you a fan of? just curious.

sign Sydney Rice cheap, extend earl thomas, draft RT/LT and DE/DT or WR in the draft 1st 2nd,

thats what id do. i have exams coming up and wont be around that much
No FA. But for goodness sake man, it's SIDNEY Laughing


haha i have been getting that wrong for 2 years then lol.

so only draft?? BPA as long as its not a QB LB RB S
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2014 9:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey sorry guys, i was gone the past couple days, but will be around the rest of the week.

I was contacted about a trade for Denarius Moore for a mid/late round pick. He's a playmaker with return experience. For a late round pick, i don't think he's a bad gamble at all. With Harvin's injury issues, he comes in and can be a similar type of weapon who also has return experience. Though, he is by no means the answer at WR either.

I also put KJ Wright on the trade block and indicated that we are willing to listen to offers for draft picks...it never hurts to field offers.
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