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    Seattle Seahawks OL



    Just food for thought...

    Their starting RG is a converted defensive tackle, JR Sweezy, who was drafted as a defensive lineman.

    Their starting LT, Russ Okung, is out for most of the year. In his place, they have Pat McQuistan...a reserve guard/swing tackle.

    Marshawn Lynch still had 77 yards and 2 touchdowns. Russell Wilson was only sacked twice.
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    Re: Seattle Seahawks OL

    Add the execution of a "run it down their f-in throat" play for a TD on 4th and 1.
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    Re: Seattle Seahawks OL

    Sweezy is actually the center replacing Max Unger.

    And BTW, Rice has those same stats last week, and the Seahawks have been awful up front for the most part...

    EDIT: My fault, you're right, I was thinking of Jeanpiere replacing him not Sweezy. Unger is out injured currently. Still, point still stands that the Seahawks haven't been much better than us up front, but they also don't have the individual talent that we have on our line either.




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    Re: Seattle Seahawks OL

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Just food for thought...

    Their starting RG is a converted defensive tackle, JR Sweezy, who was drafted as a defensive lineman.

    Their starting LT, Russ Okung, is out for most of the year. In his place, they have Pat McQuistan...a reserve guard/swing tackle.

    Marshawn Lynch still had 77 yards and 2 touchdowns. Russell Wilson was only sacked twice.
    and their o-line coach is Tom Cable who has a reputation for being one of the best o-line coaches in the NFL. Coaching matters.
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    Re: Seattle Seahawks OL

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    and their o-line coach is Tom Cable who has a reputation for being one of the best o-line coaches in the NFL. Coaching matters.
    Great point GOTA.


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    Re: Seattle Seahawks OL

    Not that Juan doesn't have that label as well, but it might be that his scheme does not fit Baltimore's style. Whereas Cable's scheme fits Seattle's style very well.
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    Re: Seattle Seahawks OL

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Not that Juan doesn't have that label as well, but it might be that his scheme does not fit Baltimore's style. Whereas Cable's scheme fits Seattle's style very well.
    As fans we really have no idea how the o-line coaching working. Does Castillo only handle run blocking while Moeller only handles pass blocking? Is Moeller in charge with Castillo being more of a consultant who has to alter what he does to fit Moeller? Are the players completely confused being taught 2 separate blocking schemes?

    I can't ever remember another team with 2 position coaches for the same unit. In Seattle Cable is the man. That's what I really feel the Ravens need to do. I don't even care which one since there is no way for me as a fan to know which one is better for the team. Just pick either Castillo or Moeller and get rid of the other. Give the players 1 voice instead of 2.
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