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  1. Frustrating,,, did Collins walk off the field holding his hand?
  2. My thinking at the moment: Starting Freeman and Gurley + Marshall and Martavis. Deciding between Evans and AJ Green at Flex... penciling in Evans... Kind of looking for reasons/news out of Seattle to start CMike at Flex...
  3. Same wave length of above posts by 3nOut and Packersfan... Go Gurley! Starting him with an interesting mix of confidence and hope
  4. I have actually given this some thought... but likely won't either. I keep thinking of that first game against AZ... can he do it again...
  5. If you are desperate enough to start Bryce Brown in the semifinals, then yes. My semifinal opponent is (desperate enough to start Brown), so, even more exciting to watch and see what Cmike will do...
  6. Had the roster space (Rawls), missed Brown on the waiver run, and don't have to start him... that, coupled with the question about whether Seattle would really trust their backfield to Brown (reportedly just as much of a knucklehead, but with far less knowledge of the system), made picking him up as a FA an easy choice... on Sunday....
  7. Happy to have stuck with him as well.... just read about a knee issue at the end of the 4th quarter though... I didn't catch it during the game. Was there anything said during broadcast..?
  8. Per NFL.COM LINK The Seahawks' fears have been realized: Marshawn Lynch is going to miss significant time. The running back will need surgery to repair a sports hernia and will likely miss the rest of the regular season, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported. The surgery is scheduled for Wednesday morning, according to a source.Lynch is expected to be out about a month so a return is possible if the Seahawks make the postseason.Lynch met with noted specialist Dr. William Meyers in Philadelphia on Monday to confirm the nature of his abdominal injury after sitting out Sunday's win over the 49ers. Coach Pete Carroll already confirmed that Lynch will not play against the Steelers on Sunday.Though rookie Thomas Rawls had looked special in Lynch's absence, Carroll and the Seahawks will miss Beast Mode's physical presence in the backfield week in and week out.