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  1. #1
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    One step ahead, as usual

    So as I take a look at our upcoming season, I thinks to myself. Gee, our receiving corps is made up of really fast, smallish guys. They are the ideal kind of receivers to deal with our own defense. And I continue thinking, about how a number of teams in the league are attempting to copy our defensive backfield, drafting or trading for bigger, stronger corners. Anyone want to place odds that the new trend in the NFL will be smaller, quicker receivers in a few years, after Carroll and Snyder have moved on?

    This article inspired the post.
    Zamboni DWI -- really.

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    I try to think that PC and JS helped me learn about the game of football. They have educated me greatly. I am getting better at seeing what's coming for Seattle and they have given me a vision for what a football team not necessarily should look like, but what a great team could look like.

    I didn't see this coming. I kinda had a feeling of why we drafted Richardson but this goes a lot further. I understand that a lot of people want to copy what Seattle is doing, but I would have never expected that we would have a plan in place so early to overcome these copycats. Seattle is becoming one of the greatest FO we have seen. Every move is planned precisely and is executed magnificently. They have been and should continue to be 1 step ahead of EVERYONE.


    Draft Scenario

    1) Jaelon Strong WR Arizona State
    2) Jay Ajayi RB Boise State
    3) Ali Mapet OG Hobart
    4) Ladarius Gunter CB Miami
    5) Tre McBride WR William & Mary
    6) Mike Orakpo OLB Texas State
    7) Wes Saxton TE South Alabama


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    Thanks for the read


    Draft Scenario

    1) Jaelon Strong WR Arizona State
    2) Jay Ajayi RB Boise State
    3) Ali Mapet OG Hobart
    4) Ladarius Gunter CB Miami
    5) Tre McBride WR William & Mary
    6) Mike Orakpo OLB Texas State
    7) Wes Saxton TE South Alabama


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    Yeah all good points, but let's wait a few years before there are annotated to be one of the best FO of all time. Let's hope they can repeat and do it again and again.

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    They put together the second youngest SB champions ever in very little time. I believe when the Steelers had the youngest team Noll was in his 6th year, PC was in his 4th year. That in itself should put them in consideration as one of the best. It's one of the greatest turnarounds ever. I think they deserve being called one of the great up incoming FO.


    Draft Scenario

    1) Jaelon Strong WR Arizona State
    2) Jay Ajayi RB Boise State
    3) Ali Mapet OG Hobart
    4) Ladarius Gunter CB Miami
    5) Tre McBride WR William & Mary
    6) Mike Orakpo OLB Texas State
    7) Wes Saxton TE South Alabama


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