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@txhawkfan @PAhawkfan No one is saying Matt should even be considered in the Tom Brady or Payton Manning conversations. Due to lack of options and the game intellegence he has, that is why you have to resign him. He doesnt even need to start I'm sure the coaching knows he is on his way out and will work to get a guy that can take over. Getting a franchise qb takes time and in the meantime we have a medicore guy that can be good if we get his supporting cast good. Then when the next guy comes in he will already have a good supporting cast. We need to get this team used to winning again not loosing the the last game of the year for a draft pick. That is stupid. If the Jets can make Sanchez look good than we can make Matt look good. It just takes a supporting cast which we all need and want anyways.
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@PAhawkfan @txhawkfan I couldn't agree more with PA. I believe the biggest thing at the qb position in the nfl is smarts. This we have in Hass. He hasn't had any help the last 3 years. You can't blame the last 3 years of shitty d, lack of a run game, and management with thier heads up their ass on our qb. He can do great when given time and consistent recievers around him. We have some good recievers we just signed to deals that will help with the stability at that position. I garantee if we can get the run game a kick in the ass, and the d to play with some pride we will be back on top with hass. Most of his picks and bad plays happen when our d has allowed the game to get so out of control we have already lost the game anywayz. You cant blame the guy for trying to make a play when noone around him wants to step up and make one. There are 53 guys on a football team and everyone thinks that hass is the only one to take any blame.
P.S. Hf 80 is a complete retard.
I'm curious to see what comes of this Carson Palmer situation. He has said he will retire if they don't deal him. To me they have to deal him to get some value out of him if he really feels that way. I'm not sure if I would like to see him here in seattle but I'm sure that his former coach Mr. Pete Carroll has an opinion of him. He sure looked like an up and coming star before the Steelers crushed his knee in the playoffs a few years ago.... What do you guys think?
I like the list with the exception of Chris Spencer. We have tried for too long with him its time to cut ties. He is one of those guys that starts for us but would be a 2nd or even a 3rd stringer somewhere else.