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    Adrian Peterson on Hutch


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    Re: Adrian Peterson on Hutch



    Good story, Just look at that pic, Would you want to be the guy who has to get around Hutch to tackle AP? Ahhh
    No
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    Re: Adrian Peterson on Hutch

    Yah I was completely shocked when they did not franchise tag him.. I'm pretty sure he wasn't happy there though..

    And he is worth every penny.. I never thought the price tag was too much... He was the best at his position and got paid like it


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    Re: Adrian Peterson on Hutch

    It's still as funny as the first day that we Poison Pilled Seattle!
    I work with a guy that is a huge Seahawks fan and it never gets old thanking him for the best OLineman in the NFL.
    Good Times!

    On a side note, while I was reading this article there was another article about Housh pretty much saying he wishes he was a Viking!

    http://blog.seattlepi.com/football/archives/185633.asp
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    Re: Adrian Peterson on Hutch

    "singersp" wrote:
    The article was good..
    But what was better was the comments..
    I especially liked this one from a SeaChicken fan:
    [quote][quote]Sorry, there's a slim chance that this is any sort of contest this weekend.

    Exactly. Seattle got zero sacks against Kurt Warner.

    Zero!

    It's more than a lack of talent. I didn't see Seattle ever try to send the works against Warner, who is highly vulnerable to pressure.

    It would be nice if Mora were as aggressive against the other team as he is against the officials.

    Favre and AP are going to conduct a clinic.
    Vegans are eating the rainforests. =(

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    Re: Adrian Peterson on Hutch

    hutch is a beast.. we have a very good oline. i cant wait to see how sullivan and loadholt develop when they have a few years under there belt


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    Re: Adrian Peterson on Hutch

    "singersp" wrote:
    Very nice read my friend, thanks.....

    Good story, Just look at that pic, Would you want to be the guy who has to get around Hutch to tackle AP? Ahhh
    No
    LOL, you know what I see, a Center outside the T sealing the end, thereby allowing the best G in the league to get out in space.

    Bet that S/CB/LB who is the "Next Level" is thinking, Ohhhhhhhh Shit, this is gonna hurt.
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    Re: Adrian Peterson on Hutch

    "BigEasyViking" wrote:


    On a side note, while I was reading this article there was another article about Housh pretty much saying he wishes he was a Viking!

    http://blog.seattlepi.com/football/archives/185633.asp
    This is pretty telling:

    "The situation at the time wasn't what it is now," Houshmandzadeh said Wednesday as his Seahawks began preparing to meet Minnesota this Sunday in the Metrodome. "You make the best decision that you think at that time is right. As of now it doesn't look like it was the best decision, but it's very early in the process."

    "He wasn't there, so it's hard to say," said Houshmandzadeh. "Who knows what I would have been thinking at the time. It was a stressful situation. I have no idea. But he wasn't there, so I'm here."
    Burleson did far more damage than Housh and I don't regret losing him one bit. So, obviously, there's no regrets from this fan on losing out on TJ either. Especially since Berrian seemed to show up this week for six.

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