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Snap counts: Week 10 vs. Atlanta

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Nov. 12, 2013 at 10:05 am with 22 Comments »
December 24, 2013 12:19 am

Some interesting numbers in here. Sunday was the first time this year Kam Chancellor and J.R. Sweezy came off the field.

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  1. WiscCory says:

    Todd, you have Irvin listed as DE.

  2. bird_spit says:

    The rocket still not a special teams guy? Mark this down…if he does not make it on ST , he will be easy cut.

  3. He has been an easy cut a few times before so I am not sure why it would be hard to cut him again ;)

  4. Dukeshire says:

    Irvin ought to be listed as a LB, but he did play some snaps at DE Sunday.

  5. seahawk44 says:

    I am surprised to see that Malcolm Smith only played 3 snaps on defense.

  6. CDHawkFan says:

    I thought I saw Lockette on a special teams play. I guess it’s another reason to watch the game again.

  7. Irvin is still officially listed as a DE by the Seahawks and the League. Hence he is a DE here. I was shocked there were 27 ST plays – it never seems like that many

  8. I was surprised that M.Smith only got 3 snaps too.

    So the o-line rotation was real, but the LB rotation did not happen as much as we thought it would.

  9. CDHawkFan says:

    My bad, it was 93 not 83.

    Boy, after watch the game a 3rd time, Carp is not good. Just whiffs and not much effort, seems he is really out of shape or just doesn’t care much. Would not be surprised if we find out later that his heart is not in it like Curry/Moffitt.

    Man they missed on him, missed on figuring out in pre-draft interviews on what money would do to him.

    They are really trying to make him (1st round pick) work out, painfully obvious. If he was a 4th or something he would have been given a pink slip long ago.

  10. Sarcasticus says:

    Bailey had more snaps than Lynch? Were those the first plays off for Chancellor this year?

  11. Just adding up the numbers, they had Bailey play LT (10 snaps), LG (18) and RG (7).

    Now I am fairly certain I have never ever heard of that in all my years of watching football.

  12. sluggo42 says:

    Very happy to seeBaily getting some snaps, and not sucking. Hopefully the line becomes
    Okung Baily, unger, Breno, Bowie.

    Now that will be awesome

  13. RDPoulsbo says:

    Here’s an interesting stat I just found. Jon Ryan has had only had 11 out of 39 punts returned, averaging 1.4 yards per return. Tops in the league. Have to give Lane a lot of credit on the coverage end for that as well.

  14. doubledink says:

    So much for the old-school paradigm of OL continuity. I’m not saying it is dead, but that is cracking the glass. It makes me wonder if Pete told his offensive staff to drop convention, get creative and fix this mess.

  15. @CD – too bad PC doesn’t see to agree with you “James Carpenter played a very good football game and really finished plays really well

    And that was an unprovoked assessment – they asked about Lynch and that was part of the answer

  16. doubledink says:

    Thanks for that. That is stunning. I had no idea.

  17. PC clearly trusts Ryan and our punt coverage teams – that is why we pass on a bunch of longer type FG’s (some believe it is because of the SH) They like to win the field position game and the Defense has done a good job of getting the ball back in most games.

    So kick it, get it back in roughly the same place – start drive – turn a Maybe FG into a TD and you are golden!!

    Ryan does such a great job of placing the ball and we have been able to get guys, like Lane (mentioned above) down in position to down the ball in great position for us :)

    It’s part of the reason we don’t score much in the 1st quarter but the 2nd quarter is our highest scoring Quarter (I think). Wear them down – win the field position battle – then pile on points – they get frustrated – game over!

  18. DisplacedSeahawkFan says:

    OMG! The Texans released Ed Reed. I wonder how long he’ll stay a FA, or if he’ll just decide to retire. I think part of the reason they cut him is that he complained that the Texans were being “out played and out coached.” Still, Reed–I thought–is considered one of the top 1-3 safeties in the league.

  19. I’ll take PC’s assessment over anyone here’s. Truth time will come when they either cut or keep him this off-season.

  20. raymaines says:

    As a community we all just have to get used to the idea that #68 is not ever going to be the right guard. Not now, not ever. Bowie or Bailey might play RG, you or I might play RG, but BG isn’t. That position demands a guy that’s pretty light on his feet and that’s just not #68.

    If one of the rookies plays lights out and the other one doesn’t maybe next year #68 could be moved to left guard. I don’t see that happening either as BG is in the last year of his contract and will probably be offered a big raise by another team that wants to snag a Super Bowl caliber right tackle.

  21. Looking into my crystal ball, I see Alvin Bailey being next seasons Paul McQuistan – backing up both G and OT positions, and for much less money.

  22. BG isn’t going to get offered a big raise by anyone. He makes 4.25 mil this year and made a 3.25 mil average for the 2 year deal. That 3.25 mil would place him 12th amongst RTs. I doubt anyone’s going to offer him more than that. I think he’ll have to take a pay cut if he wants to come back here. I do agree that he will go back to RT when healthy. The OG spots are going to be up for competition.

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