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Relax and have a BEER EVERYONE.  We are in just year two of a rebuild, we have 170 million in cap space in which we can fix the oline and get 3 or 4 play makers and we have the draft.  Did you not listen to mac ?  We will be "VERY" active in free agency and since this is coming up to year three in the rebuild we expect to make great strides.  You all call yourselves fans?  Enjoy the ride!  (insert 10 happy face emojis)

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3 minutes ago, jetspenguin said:


Carroll fired Bates, the Seahawks' offensive coordinator, on Tuesday morning, ending his rocky one-year return to the NFL during which his unit was among the league's worse


* Carroll and the Seahawks fired Bates, the team's offensive coordinator, on Tuesday morning, ending a rocky one-year return to the NFL for Bates during which the Seahawks ranked among the worst offenses in the NFL.

* Bates was let go after Seattle's offense finished the regular season ranked 28th in the league.

* But Seattle's offense was a season-long struggle. It started in training camp when offensive line coach Alex Gibbs abruptly retired just days before the season opener. A lack of continuity was a common theme for Seattle's offensive line, which went through 10 different incarnations during the season.

* It all led to a general inability to run, which was the biggest flaw. The Seahawks averaged just 89 yards per game rushing, 31st in the league, and barely avoided being the worst running team in franchise history. Bates was also criticized for some of his calls in the passing game

Anyone see any similarities? I told you Bates was trash, been saying it and saying it ans saying it.....same issues as before despite all these nonsense rumors of his 4 year hike int he mountains that made him an offensive guru!!!



When Sam was drafted, the big "Oh, no" was hearing Jeremy Bates would be Sam's OC.  

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The season started with such promise and optimism with the selection of Darnold. Everybody was willing it to give Bowles and mccagnan the benefit of the doubt  both fans and in the media. But the more it's going the worse it is getting. The jets are becoming a punchline again, the offense is a joke and we are watching this team destroy another young quarterback. How much of this are we supposed to take? People need to be fired during this season if only to show that this sh*t is not acceptable

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