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Is John Scheinder the best GM in football?   To build that defense he did in the early 2010's and then the rebuild this team just a few years later into one of the best teams in the league.   Incredible.

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This should be the signature win the Seattle QB needed to rise to prominence on the national stage.

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They keep acting surprised that the Seahawks are currently seeded above the 49ers.  That's what happens when you win on the road in your division.   

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Just now, Shutout said:

The last unbeaten teaming the NFL Isa 5 seed.   

Seattle Monday Night Game have never happened?

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3 minutes ago, mozzy84 said:

I hear ya.  That said, end of the game comebacks ain’t Kirk’s deal until he actually starts doing it.   

He led them from down 17 to down 4 in the 4th. Against arguably a better team at home. Come on. 

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1 minute ago, mr roboto said:

Yes. Lack of WR3 is another. OLine is another. 
 

Kirk is an A- grade on the year. 

When you have Thielen, Diggs, Rudolph and Cook, I think you're being just a tad greedy expecting a good WR3.  Just a tad.

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1 minute ago, Andy Dufresne said:

This should be the signature win the Seattle QB needed to rise to prominence on the national stage.

A few more games like this and that quarterback might get a big contract.

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Saddest time of the week, with no NFL for the next 69 hours 

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4 minutes ago, NutterButter said:

When you have Thielen, Diggs, Rudolph and Cook, I think you're being just a tad greedy expecting a good WR3.  Just a tad.

Wut?  It’s a known issue. We have 0 depth. None. It was highlighted in the off-season as an issue. 
 

Also we don’t have Thielen. Or Cooks now. And Diggs isn’t a WR1 all by himself. 

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2 minutes ago, NutterButter said:

When you have Thielen, Diggs, Rudolph and Cook, I think you're being just a tad greedy expecting a good WR3.  Just a tad.

Fair point, but Thielen has been out for five weeks And Rudolph doesn’t get used in the passing game as much as you would think he should.And Rudolph doesn’t get used in the passing game as much as you would think he should.

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Just now, Andy Dufresne said:

I'd rather watch a rerun of this game than Eagles/Giants next week.

Don’t worry, the Fox pregame show will pump you up by telling you how big of a game that is.

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11 minutes ago, Cjw_55106 said:

Fair point, but Thielen has been out for five weeks And Rudolph doesn’t get used in the passing game as much as you would think he should.And Rudolph doesn’t get used in the passing game as much as you would think he should.

Man, Rudolph really doesn't get used in the passing game much.  :lol: 

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12 minutes ago, mr roboto said:

He led them from down 17 to down 4 in the 4th. Against arguably a better team at home. Come on. 

He played fine.  Hes just never shown he has it when it really matters as of yet.  I know I was sitting here going no way he leads us down the field 

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1 hour ago, rockaction said:

Yet you still worked the magic of the waiver and Lamar Jackson's season to somehow propel yourself into playoffs?

I don't get this. My teams were all relatively healthy. I had two surprise clean, no doubt WR1s on one that didn't miss a minute. Elliott was healthy for that team. I worked the wire. I could list the guys I had and it would be a seeming murderer's row. And the teams? They were complete ####### duds. 

Meanwhile I'm hearing stories about Canadian farming and losing hands and guys are still sitting pretty in second or whatever.

I need to reevaluate in the off-season.  

Thus endeth the #####. 

:bag: Actually I have the best record in the league and a bye thanks to Cook, grabbing Sutton late, a few other lucky pickups and spot starts, and mostly dumb luck out scoring opponents in H2H even on my down weeks thanks to lucky scheduling. I don’t even come close to deserving it though. 
 

I may make this my last year of FF. Currently balancing whether I would prefer to continue in my almost 25 year league with friends solely to keep connected to some of those guys, or ditch FF and just enjoy football again.

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14 minutes ago, GroveDiesel said:

:bag: Actually I have the best record in the league and a bye thanks to Cook, grabbing Sutton late, a few other lucky pickups and spot starts, and mostly dumb luck out scoring opponents in H2H even on my down weeks thanks to lucky scheduling. I don’t even come close to deserving it though. 
 

I may make this my last year of FF. Currently balancing whether I would prefer to continue in my almost 25 year league with friends solely to keep connected to some of those guys, or ditch FF and just enjoy football again.

Heh. That was funny and makes sense. I lol'ed. Seems like there are a lot of people around here good enough to compensate for stuff that goes on, and I can see that. Anyway, my tone might be coming off wrong as I re-read it. There's more of resigned laughter/complaint to it. Down year. I had very successful and full first years -- luck or some sort of construction/roster problem that luck masked might be the problem.

Anyway, that's really about it. Personally, what's up to do with the league is completely and solely yours so I'll just wish you the best with whatever you decide to do in hopes that any substitute edifies you. As for me, I think that I'll certainly be playing next year barring major life changes. I'm still getting a kick out of it. 

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51 minutes ago, NutterButter said:

When you have Thielen, Diggs, Rudolph and Cook, I think you're being just a tad greedy expecting a good WR3.  Just a tad.

Time to bring in Antonio Brown.

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7 hours ago, cap'n grunge said:

Time to bring in Antonio Brown.

No thanks. 

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