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Just now, sec101row23 said:

Actually I bet the opposite happens now that he has been paid.  As the losses pile up and his play remains poor, Jamal will fade into oblivion in an attempt to not draw attention to himself anymore.  He got his money, he doesn’t GAF now.  

exactly.  Watch how his mouth will stop running now.

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If the seahawks go on a big losing streak here and end up at 3-10, why would wilson even come back this year? At that point, just wrap it up and get ready for next year.  Hes not going to risk getting seriously injured for a few meaningless games in a lost season. Especially if he plans on leaving the team anyway.

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Figure Geno Smith will put up his best numbers over this potential month span. Remember Smith is playing with a better supporting cast than he ever had with the Jets. Just the same, Geno has the general overall intelligence level of a pile of dog sh*t, so that should bode well for the Jets. All things considered though, the Seahawks are going to be hard pressed to match last year's success....

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1 hour ago, NYJ1 said:

Figure Geno Smith will put up his best numbers over this potential month span. Remember Smith is playing with a better supporting cast than he ever had with the Jets. Just the same, Geno has the general overall intelligence level of a pile of dog sh*t, so that should bode well for the Jets. All things considered though, the Seahawks are going to be hard pressed to match last year's success....

With the seahawks, geno smith has no running game and the worst defense in nfl history.  Good luck w/ that.

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 The problem with the D...

It was very interesting to hear Akiman last night talking about how the Hawks Offense has the fewest snaps and time of possession in the league. The fact is in plain sight!!! The Defense is Swiss cheese!!! what is truly shocking is that the Hawks refuse to change their scheme to make up for the lack of talent.

please keep in mind...if the Hawks stink and they get top 10 pick...it goes to the Jets for Jamal. Speaking of Jamal...where the F is he??? He got paid and now sucks! people it's time to blow this up and start with a young mind! It may suck but look how fast some of these young guys are turning things around!

No ...Firing Norton will not help. He is not the true DC...it has always been Pete! Even if the Hawks turn things around and limp into playoffs...we are one and done!

Pete, thank you for everything you have done for the Hawks..but theme has passes you bye!! time to retire and let the Hawks rebuild while we still have some talent!

No I will not stop...time is up on this coaching staff! The problem with the D...is Pete!!!!

 

 

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Hey by he way...if we totally suck...we help the Jets get better!!! Does that not make you feel great!
Fire Pete!! The only way to save the Seahawks!

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https://thedraftnetwork.com/articles/seattle-seahawks-defensive-issues-stats-jamal-adams

Who’s to blame for these defensive woes? Unfortunately for Seahawks general manager John Schneider, a lot of it falls on the man he’s paid enough to be the highest-paid safety in league history.

Jamal Adams is off to a rough start so far this year. Before Seattle’s game in San Francisco, he was allowing a completion rate of 87.5%, and including that game, that rating is still at 60%, with 10.6 yards allowed per target and 17.7 yards per completion. Through five games, he has no interceptions—his career total is still only two—with no forced fumbles, one pass defended, two tackles for a loss, and zero QB pressures on 13 blitzes, earning him a ranking of 62nd out of 78 safeties on Pro Football Focus.

The Seahawks knew what they were getting as far as pass defending—or the lack thereof, as we saw on this play and this one on Thursday night—when they sent the Jets two first-round picks and a third-rounder for Adams, plus an extra $70 million contract extension just before the season began. But the bottom line is this: Adams needs to be making the pass-rushing impact he has in the past and improve his ability to pass defend and create turnovers for his contract to be close to worth what he was paid. If he doesn’t, Seattle will continue to struggle while his big contract eats away at their cap space, hurting their ability to improve their defense.

That’s a problem because the Seahawks’ defense clearly needs help. Along with the stats I listed above, they’re also giving up the ninth-most rushing yards per attempt (4.5), seventh-most pass yards per attempt (7.9), and they’re in the bottom third of opponent average team passer rating (103.6) and sack percentage (4.90%). They’re not stopping anyone, they’re not pressuring the quarterback, and they can’t get off the field—they’re also 32nd in opponent average time of possession (excluding overtime) at almost 35 minutes per game.

Seattle’s defense is not good, and their biggest defensive playmaker hasn’t been making plays. The Seahawks just have to hope Adams, along with the rest of their defensive unit, turn it around midseason if they want any chance at the playoffs, especially as a team in one of the NFL’s best divisions—especially with Russell Wilson expected to miss significant time.

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22 minutes ago, David Harris said:

https://thedraftnetwork.com/articles/seattle-seahawks-defensive-issues-stats-jamal-adams

Who’s to blame for these defensive woes? Unfortunately for Seahawks general manager John Schneider, a lot of it falls on the man he’s paid enough to be the highest-paid safety in league history.

Jamal Adams is off to a rough start so far this year. Before Seattle’s game in San Francisco, he was allowing a completion rate of 87.5%, and including that game, that rating is still at 60%, with 10.6 yards allowed per target and 17.7 yards per completion. Through five games, he has no interceptions—his career total is still only two—with no forced fumbles, one pass defended, two tackles for a loss, and zero QB pressures on 13 blitzes, earning him a ranking of 62nd out of 78 safeties on Pro Football Focus.

The Seahawks knew what they were getting as far as pass defending—or the lack thereof, as we saw on this play and this one on Thursday night—when they sent the Jets two first-round picks and a third-rounder for Adams, plus an extra $70 million contract extension just before the season began. But the bottom line is this: Adams needs to be making the pass-rushing impact he has in the past and improve his ability to pass defend and create turnovers for his contract to be close to worth what he was paid. If he doesn’t, Seattle will continue to struggle while his big contract eats away at their cap space, hurting their ability to improve their defense.

That’s a problem because the Seahawks’ defense clearly needs help. Along with the stats I listed above, they’re also giving up the ninth-most rushing yards per attempt (4.5), seventh-most pass yards per attempt (7.9), and they’re in the bottom third of opponent average team passer rating (103.6) and sack percentage (4.90%). They’re not stopping anyone, they’re not pressuring the quarterback, and they can’t get off the field—they’re also 32nd in opponent average time of possession (excluding overtime) at almost 35 minutes per game.

Seattle’s defense is not good, and their biggest defensive playmaker hasn’t been making plays. The Seahawks just have to hope Adams, along with the rest of their defensive unit, turn it around midseason if they want any chance at the playoffs, especially as a team in one of the NFL’s best divisions—especially with Russell Wilson expected to miss significant time.

I don't believe the bolded part at all.  If they did know he couldn't cover at all then they are even stupider than we thought.

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15 hours ago, GreenFish said:

They have a bye week coming but I’m not seeing too many wins on their schedule. They have a terrible defense and Wilson to Geno is a huge downgrade. While Geno looked good in relief, I’m expecting him to play like a bottom 10 QB which won’t be enough to get many wins.

PIT, NO and JAX

BYE Week

GB, ARI and WAS

2-4 is my guess which will drop them to 4-7.

Im expecting a pick in 8-15 range when it’s all said and done. That’ll be perfect to get either a C or a WR.

They can beat Pit and Jax without Russ, those teams are that bad. But those aren't slam dunks. Washington is a stretch. GB, Zona and NO will chew them up and spit them out.

 

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