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  1. sluggo42 says:

    No Harvin.. Hmm go figure.

  2. The positive is that we have seen that Harvin will make an impact even if he plays sparingly in the playoffs. That’s assuming he can tolerate moderate work. As a decoy if nothing else. Really we’re all just forced to wait and see. It is what it is. If he pays great. If not, they still have enough to win a SB IMO.

  3. Singularitarian says:

    You have seen that he will make an impact. I saw 1 catch

  4. I’m over Harvin already. I was just as excited as everyone when Seattle got him, but Hurtvin is costing this team potential players. When it comes time to sign some other big name players – one that actually contributed to this great campaign, and I’m looking at RW, Sherman, and ET, there are gonna be holes left by their departure because of the cost of bringing Percy on board.

    I’m tired of getting excited to see him play. He probably re-aggravated his hip trying to play against his old team that got rid of him – and who knows when we’ll see him again.

    Dude is a hell of a ballplayer, but he’s made of glass inside out.

    I’m happy with Tate, Baldwin, and Kearse as our wide receivers, they’re cheap, and can be very reliable when called upon. Tate is a young star, and he’s going to be playing for someone else next season.

    When there’s so little to gamble, this front office is awesome with their late round picks. When they hemorrhage high picks on players that don’t pan out (Hi, James Carpenter, and the Harvin trade), it leaves a sick feeling in your stomach.

    I don’t know how Harvin got me so down, but he did. This sucks.

  5. “Tate is a young star, and he’s going to be playing for someone else next season.”

    I hope that’s not correct! I think he’s our best receiver. Harvin may be better but who knows? Until PH shows us he can produce every week I would rather have Tate.

  6. raymaines says:

    Are you kidding me?

    On the ESPN blog just under the pictures in the “Double Coverage: Seahawks at Giants” (http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcwest) the caption reads “Bruce Irvin and the Seahawks are beatable on the road. Can Hakeem Nicks and the Giants win?.”

    I get it. This is the NFL and every team is beatable every Sunday either at home or on the road blah, blah, blah, but really? The Seahawks are 5-2 on the road this year, and that somehow makes them “beatable”? Seriously?

  7. montanamike2 says:

    Tate has made it more than hard to let him go, Baldwins not far behind.

  8. Seahawks best receivers in order:
    Tate
    Baldwin
    Kearse
    Channel 83
    * Harvin if he ever is able to play could move up the list

  9. “You have seen that he will make an impact. I saw 1 catch”

    Apparently you missed how big that catch was? Or the 58 yard kick return? Or all the the attention he commanded?

  10. The impact and attention were fantastic, but they are nonexistent if he is not in the game. For what he costs, if he is not there all the time, it is simply not worth it. And btw we do have top notch receivers without him and they aren’t half as expensive.

  11. sluggo42 says:

    I’m just crossing my fingers he’s available come playoffs

  12. That would make it all worth while. If it’s more than a play or 2 and a game or 2.

  13. Baldwin by far has been our best receiver this year, hands down.

  14. GeorgiaHawk says:

    Well, that was an interesting game tonight.

  15. montanamike2 says:

    I like seeing Denver lose.

  16. GeorgiaHawk says:

    Same here.

  17. I think minus QB and WRs that Denver is a pretty terrible team.

  18. wow – that was a huge upset. Pwin for SD was only .23 compared to .77 for DEN.
    The rest of this weeks Pwins:
    .36 WAS@ATL .64
    .46 CHI@CLE .54
    .37 HOU@IND .63
    .49 NEP@MIA .51
    .69 PHI@MIN .31
    .72 SEA@NYG .28
    .69 SFO@TBB .31
    .65 BUF@JAX .35
    .57 KCC@OAK .43
    .24 NYJ@CAR .76
    .59 GBP@DAL .41
    .62 ARI@TEN .38
    .83 NOS@STL .17
    .60 CIN@PIT .40
    .22 BAL@DET .78

    NYGs defense has been better against the run this season than any other defense SEA has faced this season. NYGs pass rush has been bad this season, and their pass coverage has been middling… SEAs offense has been way better than NYGs, but this Sunday might be their SB equivalent…

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