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Our semi-regular segment on solicitations from seasoned opponents swings soon to the Seattle Seahawks. The last thing these two teams faced off
, bad things happened.Anyway, to dissect the new-look Seahawks (theyíre a new-look insomuch as each year is a new look, I suppose) we talked to Kenneth Arthur from Field Gulls.1. All the talk from the beginning of the year was about the continued disintegration of the Seahawks roster of yesteryear. How true is that right now, and how well are the Hawks keeping pace in their division?I mean, it is true that Seattle parted with a unusually high number of its starters. I wrote this week that the Seahawks have changed at least 14 starters from this time a year ago and that is certainly a lot, including some former Pro Bowl players like Richard Sherman, Kam Chancellor, Michael Bennett, Jimmy Graham, and Sheldon Richardson. But the sentiment of ďdisintegrationĒ as you described, as people were describing it, didnít really make a ton of sense to me. I mean, without Sherman or Chancellor or Cliff Avril, they beat the Eagles by 14 points last season and finished 9-7, very close to the playoffs. Bennett was getting older, Sherman was coming off of a serious injury, Bradley McDougald had played really well in place of Kam, Richardson was good but not a part of what Pete Carroll had built from 2012-2016, and Graham potentially hurt more than he helped. Hereís what I cared about: Carroll was still the head coach, Russell Wilson was still the quarterback, Bobby Wagner and Earl Thomas were still on the defense.To me, that was enough for the Seahawks to compete for a wild card, and even without ET these last couple of games
, thatís what theyíre doing.Seattle dropped to 0-2 to start the year with two close road losses and theyíve won three of their last four with a near-win over the LA Rams. They wonít win the NFC West, but I think they (along with the Lions) will compete for an NFC wild card spot. Given that they do have so many new starters, and that those starters are by in large younger and cheaper than their predecessors, it keeps me hopeful.2. Frank Clark has become a standout defensive player for the Seahawks, whatís made him so special this year?Iím sure many of your readers are familiar with Clarkís back story as a former Michigan standout who was kicked off of the team following an arrest for domestic violence and assault. If not for that, Clark could have been a top-15 pick in the 2015 draft. Instead, the Seahawks took him 63rd overall, which from a talent standpoint was great value, but from a human standpoint, was quite a risk. Still, if Clark stayed out of trouble, the potential was always there for him to be a special pass rusher, maybe even among the elite. Compare his measurables to Jadeveon Clowney and youíll see that even though Clowney is clearly a step above, Clowney is also arguably the greatest pass rushing prospect of the century ó and Clark isnít that far behind, even registering a higher vertical and faster short shuttle at a heavier weight. In 3.5 years, Clark has stayed out of trouble and his trajectory as a great pass rusher has been there all along; he had 19 sacks in the last two years despite spending almost 1.5 of those seasons as a backup to Avril and Bennett. He now has 5.5 sacks in six games this season and he could join some exclusive pass rushing company in franchise history, forcing Seattle to decide if they want to give him a $80 million+ extension before the year is over. Heís incredibly strong and disruptive. Heís got the ability to just push a left tackle right into a quarterback in under a few seconds (albeit if your left tackle isnít that good, however heís done some incredible work against Andrew Whitworth in last couple of matchups against the Rams) or to leap right over a player if need be. I think one issue is that Clark can be a little inconsistent and below the sack numbers, his pressure numbers arenít ďeliteĒ like many of his peers. He gives the Seahawks a pass rusher that offenses must focus their attention on, potentially opening opportunities for Jarran Reed and Quinton Jefferson, but he himself could also stand to do a little bit more pressuring and consistently getting to the quarterback.3. How would you grade Russell Wilsonís performance through the first half of this season?I think Wilson is having the most unusual season of his career, but thatís probably only because this is his first season without Darrell Bevell as his offensive coordinator. Wilsonís taken some time to adjust to Brian Schottenheimerís game plan, which includes virtually no threat of a run by Wilson after six years of him being a ďdual threatĒ quarterback. Wilson had a couple of really bad games earlier in the year
, but heís settled into things over the last four games, throwing eight touchdowns against one interception (which was in fact a really bad throw by Wilson) and 8.17 Y/A. Wilsonís on pace for a new career high in touchdowns and heís found a nice rhythm with Tyler Lockett, David Moore, and Doug Baldwin. The Seahawks are getting tight end Ed Dickson for the first time this week after he spent the first six games on NFI and heís here to help with the blocking mostly, so that hopefully gives Wilson even more time in the pocket behind a very-much improved offensive line.More time in the pocket, better rhythm with his receivers, more experience with a new system, I like where Wilson is headed. But if you can pressure him, if you can take away his number one option on a play, Wilson is prone to making dumb scrambles and every once in awhile maybe a bad throw, plus he fumbles more than any other quarterback in the game. I think the Lions will be a challenge for him, especially 10 AM (our time) on the road.4. Who is the best video game player on the Seahawks right now? If you donít know, tell me who you think it might be.Yeah, I donít know what a video game player is, to be honest. That makes me think of Michael Vick, so I assume thatís what you mean? Tyler Lockett is having a good season. In the past he was just thought of as an exciting return man, but his return game is actually kind of boring now and heís instead a fairly reliable deep threat. Lockett has five touchdowns and is definitely someone defenses want to keep the ball away from.I think of running back Chris Carson as more of a bruising, between-the-tackles kind of back, but heís also one of my favorite players on the offense. That being said, I think Rashaad Penny might be more of the ďvideo gameĒ type; heís fast, elusive, and heís got the potential to be one of the most exciting backs in the league one day. I donít think that day is this Sunday, however. Heís third on the depth chart and has been inconsistent this season.Russell Wilson makes some boneheaded scrambles but heíll also pull out a scramble highlight thatíll blow your frickiní mind once in awhile. I mean: I hope that answers it!I originally meant that this was a question as to which Seahawks player probably plays the most video games (ie: itís clear Kerryon Johnson has a gaming console).Sorry I couldnít even give you a fake answer for that. No idea. I donít play video games myself and donít follow. 5. Whatís a good cup of coffee to have this time of year?Well
, to be clear, I havenít lived near Seattle in almost a decade. I like one type of coffee any time of year: black. No frills, no muss. I am not picky about my coffee, but I am fully intent on having 3-4 cups a day. Find yourself some joe, Iím sure itíll do the trick.As always thanks to our guest for putting up with our nonsense. Have a fun weekend.NFL roster moves: Detroit Lions claim OT Andrew Donnal, DB Dee Virgin Now that the waiver claim deadline has passed, teams are building their roster from the outside in. The Detroit Lions are no exception, and have reportedly made at least two waiver claims on Sunday.According to Dave Birkett, the Lions have claimed offensive tackle Andrew Donnal and defensive back Dee Virgin.Donnal comes after the Ravens cut him on Saturday. He was originally a fourth-round pick from the Rams, but was waived by the team late in 2017. In Los Angeles/St. Louis, Donnal started six games and made 27 total game appearances at guard but primarily tackle. The Lions have a need for more offensive line depth after trading Corey Robinson. This could be bad news for Brian Mihalik, who initially made the 53-man roster, but may be expendable with Donnalís addition.As for Virgin, he spent 2017 on the Texansí practice squad, and again failed to make Houstonís 53-man roster this year. The 24-year-old out of West Alabama was a shutdown cornerback in college.Cornerback is a position the Lions donít have a lot of depth at. Currently, Detroit just has three outside corners in Darius Slay, Nevin Lawson and Teez Tabor. Virgin will enter that competition. However, donít expect him to make an immediate impact, as the youngster has yet to make an appearance in an NFL game.Weíll update you once we know the two Lions players that were cut to make room for Donnal and Virgin.
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