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I was banking on Hasselbeck having a decent season but w/o even Burleson now, Engram and Branch out for who knows how long, and no Rb worth a damn....is even their D worth having?

I'm thinking their K may be a good play but that's about it.
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They usually have a good defense year in, and year out. But with the offense looking completely incapable of anything decent, they might be looking at a lot of time on the field, which isn't good.

I'd start a few of their guys in IDP leagues, primarily for the reason above. More time on the field equals more tackles.

Kicker could be worth a shot. Probably will get some FG opportunities.
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It's hard to imagine an implosion of this magnitude after only one game of the season (all deference to Oakland). With my draft strategies, I figured to get Hass in a few leagues this season. Thankfully, it never materialized.

Didn't one of their O-linemen come up injured as well?
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I remember reading from some of the Seattle homers that their running game didnt look as bad as the stat lines. I will play the wait and see game, not that I am counting on Morris for anything other then bench space or trade bait.
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JimHart wrote:It's hard to imagine an implosion of this magnitude after only one game of the season (all deference to Oakland). With my draft strategies, I figured to get Hass in a few leagues this season. Thankfully, it never materialized.

Didn't one of their O-linemen come up injured as well?


I haven't seen/heard anything about an O-Linemen going down, but I guess it's possible.

Hey, according to Rotoworld the other day Seneca Wallace could get some looks at WR.

Look out! :lol:
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man i too banked on hass being the man in a few leagues...my backups are ok but i don't know....i do know that hass will have to throw alot considering his run game is poopoo
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jokerswild1130 wrote:I remember reading from some of the Seattle homers that their running game didnt look as bad as the stat lines. I will play the wait and see game, not that I am counting on Morris for anything other then bench space or trade bait.


Morris is going to be out two weeks or more with a knee sprain..
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I'm sticking with Julius Jones. Morris is out of the picture for at least a while, and they do get to play with the rest of the NFC West 8 times still. I invoke the Troy Hambrick Rule (tm, Agenda) -- Every starting runningback with a job is worth a middle round pick/roster spot.
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CleffedUp wrote:I'm sticking with Julius Jones. Morris is out of the picture for at least a while, and they do get to play with the rest of the NFC West 8 times still. I invoke the Troy Hambrick Rule (tm, Agenda) -- Every starting runningback with a job is worth a middle round pick/roster spot.


I picked up Jones in a few leagues on a whim, and it may end up being a useful pick.

The idea of them playing against the NFC West eight more times is certainly intriguing.
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CleffedUp wrote:I'm sticking with Julius Jones. Morris is out of the picture for at least a while, and they do get to play with the rest of the NFC West 8 times still. I invoke the Troy Hambrick Rule (tm, Agenda) -- Every starting runningback with a job is worth a middle round pick/roster spot.


i have him on a few teams...reluctantly but at least right now hes a starter...
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CleffedUp wrote:I'm sticking with Julius Jones. Morris is out of the picture for at least a while, and they do get to play with the rest of the NFC West 8 times still. I invoke the Troy Hambrick Rule (tm, Agenda) -- Every starting runningback with a job is worth a middle round pick/roster spot.


I picked up Jones in a few leagues on a whim, and it may end up being a useful pick.

The idea of them playing against the NFC West eight more times is certainly intriguing.

Especially intriguing since my brain farted, and I meant 6. :lol:
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the one good thing about hass is he willthrow a lot.....
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I thought Seattle cutting Forsett today was curious in light of the MoMo update. JJ has to be the man now, Duckett isn't the answer.
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The Peoples Champ wrote:
JimHart wrote:It's hard to imagine an implosion of this magnitude after only one game of the season (all deference to Oakland). With my draft strategies, I figured to get Hass in a few leagues this season. Thankfully, it never materialized.

Didn't one of their O-linemen come up injured as well?


I haven't seen/heard anything about an O-Linemen going down, but I guess it's possible.

Hey, according to Rotoworld the other day Seneca Wallace could get some looks at WR.

Look out! :lol:


With as many injuries were flying around this weekend, I probably confused the O-line injury with another team.

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