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Old 12-20-2018, 04:40 PM   #1
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Back to Basics - Seattle Seahawks Madden '19 CFM

Can Seahawks return to Playoff From in 2018?


After missing the playoffs in 2017, Pete Carroll looks to get back to his style of football to carry the Seahawks back to the postseason in 2018


Seattle - The Seahawks are ready to right the ship. After a disappointing season that saw them miss double digit victories and the playoffs for the first time since 2011, many people are tabbing this as a semi-rebuilding season for Pete Carroll and the Hawks. Gone are LOB members Richard Sherman, and Kam Chancellor. Sheldon Richardson, Jimmy Graham, Paul Richardson, and countless other contributors are gone as well, as Pete and John Schnieder's roster has seen the most turnover this off season since the first year of their regime. However in the building, the team isn't buying the rebuilding talk. "We think we can compete with any team in the league with the guys in this building." Head Coach Pete Carroll said when we talked to him. "We approach every game the same way, it's another championship opportunity. Every week we have a chance to be great, no matter who's out there on Sunday." The optimism is high inside the VMAC, however outside, there are many doubts about what this team can accomplish this year in the NFC West. The Rams are the prohibitive favorites, with a revamped roster that is clearly built to win right now, The 49ers finished 2017 on a five game winning streak behind their brand new quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. In fact many pundits are tabbing the Hawks as having a better chance for a top ten pick, than for a playoff berth. "We can't be worried about what everyone else thinks." Quarterback Russell Wilson said. "We are in this facility everyday, I see what these guys are capable of, and the sky is the limit for what we can accomplish this season." Hawks fans hope that the optimism Pete, and Russ are showing publicly will translate into wins on the field this season.

The Roster


After a grueling training camp, and a preseason that did not see the Seahawks get a win. The Seahawks made their final cuts on Saturday. These are the 53 men that Seattle is hoping leads them back to the post season in 2018.

Seattle Seahawks 2018 Roster
#OFFENSEPOSAGEHTWTCOLLEGE
89Doug BaldwinWR295' 10"192Stanford
68Justin BrittC276' 6"315Missouri
76Duane BrownT336' 4"315Virginia Tech
18Jaron BrownWR286' 2"205Clemson
32Chris CarsonHB236' 0"218Oklahoma State
27Mike DavisHB255' 9"217South Carolina
84Ed DicksonTE316' 4"255Oregon
88Will DisslyTE226' 4"267Washington
74George FantT/TE266' 5"322Western Kentucky
78D.J. FlukerG276' 5"339Alabama
7Brett HundleyQB256' 3"226UCLA
53Joey HuntC/G246' 2"299TCU
65Germain IfediT/G246' 5"325Texas A&M
16Tyler LockettWR255' 10"182Kansas State
38Tre MaddenFB256' 0"223USC
21J.D. McKissicHB/WR255' 10"187Arkansas State
83David MooreWR236' 0"215East Central University
20Rashaad PennyHB225' 11"220San Diego State
77Ethan PocicG/C236' 6"317LSU
22C.J. ProsiseHB246' 1"220Notre Dame
64J.R. SweezyG296' 5"298N.C. State
17Malik TurnerWR226' 3"205Illinois
81Nick VannettTE256' 5"257Ohio State
3Russell WilsonWR295' 11"215Wisconsin
#DEFENSEPOSAGEHTWTCOLLEGE
35Maurice AlexanderSS276' 1"222Utah State
58Austin CalitroLB246' 1"239Villanova
55Frank ClarkDE256' 3260Michigan
28Justin ColemanCB255' 11"190Tennessee
52Emmanuel EllerbeeLB216' 1"235Rice
37Tre FlowersCB236' 3"200Oklahoma State
97Poona FordDT225' 11"310Texas
94Rasheem GreenDE216' 5"280USC
49Shaquem GriffinLB236' 1"227UCF
26Shaquill GriffinCB236' 1"198UCF
93Branden JacksonDE256' 4"295Texas Tech
99Quinton JeffersonDT/DE256' 4"291Maryland
92Nazair JonesDT236' 5"304North Carolina
95Dion JordanDE286' 6"275Oregon
56Mychal KendricksLB286' 0"240California
36Akeem KingCB266' 1"212San Jose State
59Jacob MartinDE/LB226' 2"242Temple
30Bradley McDougaldSS276' 1"209Kansas
51Barkevious MingoLB276' 4"240LSU
90Jarran ReedDE246' 3"311Alabama
98Shamar StephenDT276' 5"310Connecticut
29Earl Thomas IIIFS295' 10"202Texas
33Tedric ThompsonFS236' 1"204Colorado
23Neiko ThorpeCB286' 1"198Auburn
54Bobby WagnerLB286' 0"245Utah State
50K.J. WrightLB296' 4"246Mississippi State
#SPECIAL TEAMSPOSAGEHTWTCOLLEGE
4Michael DicksonP226' 3"215Texas
11Sebastian JanikowskiK406' 1"258Florida State
69Tyler OttLS266' 3"253Harvard


The Schedule


Seattle Seahawks 2018 Schedule
DATEOPPONENTRESULT
Sep 9at Denver Broncos
Sep 17at Chicago Bears
Sep 23vs Dallas Cowboys
Sep 30at Arizona Cardinals
Oct 7vs Los Angeles Rams
Oct 14at Oakland Raiders (London)
Oct 28at Detroit Lions
Nov 4vs Los Angeles Chargers
Nov 11at Los Angeles Rams
Nov 15vs Green Bay Packers
Nov 25at Carolina Panthers
Dec 2vs San Francisco 49ers
Dec 10vs Minnesota Vikings
Dec 16at San Francisco 49ers
Dec 23vs Kansas City Chiefs
Dec 30vs Arizona Cardinals


The Competition


NFL Preseason Power Rankings
RK (LW)TeamRecordNext Game
1 (-) Philadelphia Eagles13-3Atlanta Falcons
2 (-) Pittsburgh Steelers13-3@ Cleveland Browns
3 (-) New Orleans Saints11-5Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4 (-) Atlanta Falcons10-6@ Philadelphia Eagles
5 (-) New England Patriots13-3Houston Texans
6 (-) Dallas Cowboys9-7@ Carolina Panthers
7 (-) Kansas City Chiefs10-6@ Los Angeles Chargers
8 (-) Los Angeles Chargers9-7Kansas City Chiefs
9 (-) Chicago Bears5-11@ Green Bay Packers
10 (-) Los Angeles Rams11-5@ Oakland Raiders
11 (-) Seattle Seahawks9-7@ Denver Broncos
12 (-) Minnesota Vikings13-3San Francisco 49ers
13 (-) Green Bay Packers7-9Chicago Bears
14 (-) Washington Redskins7-9@ Arizona Cardinals
15 (-) Carolina Panthers11-5Dallas Cowboys
16 (-) Baltimore Ravens9-7Buffalo Bills
17 (-) Jacksonville Jaguars10-6@ New York Giants
18 (-) Cincinnati Bengals7-9@ Indianapolis Colts
19 (-) Houston Texans4-12@ New England Patriots
20 (-) Tennessee Titans9-7@ Miami Dolphins
21 (-) San Francisco 49ers6-10@ Minnesota Vikings
22 (-) Denver Broncos5-11Seattle Seahawks
23 (-) Indianapolis Colts4-12Cincinnati Bengals
24 (-) Detroit Lions9-7New York Jets
25 (-) Cleveland Browns0-16Pittsburgh Steelers
26 (-) Tampa Bay Buccaneers5-11@ New Orleans Saints
27 (-) Buffalo Bills9-7@ Baltimore Ravens
28 (-) Miami Dolphins6-10Tennessee Titans
29 (-) New York Giants3-13Jacksonville Jaguars
30 (-) Arizona Cardinals8-8Washington Redskins
31 (-) Oakland Raiders6-10Los Angeles Rams
32 (-) New York Jets5-11@ Detroit Lions
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Week 1


Denver - The Seattle Seahawks kick off the 2018 season with a rematch of Superbowl XLVIII when they head to Denver to take on the Denver Broncos. Both these teams hardly resemble the squads that took the field in 2013. That matchup featured the most prolific offenses of all time led by Peyton Manning for the Broncos, against one of the greatest defenses of all time the Legion of Boom, and the Seattle Seahawks. Manning is retired, the LOB is gone, and the Broncos are now the team that has the dominant defense amongst these two teams. Both squads are coming off disappointing 2017 campaigns, looking to get back to form, and get off to a good start on Sunday. The game kicks off at 1:25 PT from Broncos Stadium at Mile High.

Matchup Preview *|* September 9, 2018
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(5-11, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
330.4 (15th)Total Offensive Yards324.1 (17th)
228.6 (14th)Passing Yards208.3 (20th)
101.8 (23rd)Rushing Yards115.8 (15th)
22.9 (11th)Points Per Game18.1 (T-26th)
Defensive Stats Comparison
323.2 (11th)Total Yards Allowed290.0 (3rd)
209.2 (6th)Passing Yards Allowed200.6 (4th)
114.0 (19th)Rushing Yards Allowed89.4 (5th)
20.8 (T-13th)Points Per Game23.9 (T-22nd)
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Hawks Hang On in Mile High


Denver - The Seahawks used the power of six sacks by their defense to keep the Broncos at bay while they pounded the rock, and controlled the clock to come from behind for a 27-21 win on the road to kick off the 2018 campaign. Denver jumped out to an early 14-3 lead on the Seahawks before they got their bearings and turned up the pressure on Case Keenum. Seattle then scored 24 straight on Denver as Russell Wilson had an efficient 24-28 performance, and Seattle ran for 136 yards on Denver. The Broncos looked to be pushing for a score early in the fourth quarter, but Bradley McDougald made a key interception in the red zone to end the threat. Denver got a garbage time TD late, but the game was already out of reach once Seattle recovered the ensuing onside kick. Seattle will now head out for their second straight road game to start the year when they face the Chicago Bears next Sunday at Soldier Field.

Seattle Seahawks at Denver Broncos
Sep 9, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Seattle Seahawks (1-0)3147327
Denver Broncos (0-1)770721
Team Stats Comparison
SEADEN
Total Offense356399
Rushing Yards13646
Passing Yards220353
First Downs2018
Punt Return Yards670
Kick Return Yards750
Total Yards498399
Turnovers0 (+1)1 (-1)
3rd Down Conversion7-16 (43%)5-12 (41%)
4th Down Conversion2-2 (100%)1-2 (50%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4-5 (80%)0-0 (0%)
Penalties5-546-99
Posession Time36:5723:03
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGSEADEN
7:16(SEA) Sebastian Janikowski 27 Yd FG30
4:41(DEN) Courtland Sutton 29 Yd pass from Case Keenum (Brandon McManus Kick)37
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGSEADEN
12:13(DEN) Courtland Sutton 27 Yd pass from Case Keenum (Brandon McManus Kick)314
4:24(SEA) George Fant 1 Yd pass from Russell Wilson (Sebastian Janikowski Kick)1014
0:40(SEA) Ed Dickson 12 Yd pass from Russell Wilson (Sebastian Janikowski kick)1714
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGSEADEN
4:43(SEA) Chris Carson 1 Yd run (Sebastian Janikowski Kick)2414
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGSEADEN
9:09(SEA) Sebastian Janikowski 53 Yd FG2714
1:16(DEN) Courtland Sutton 37 Yd pass from Case Keenum (Brandon McManus Kick)2721
Seattle Seahawks
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Russell Wilson24/2823120
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Chris Carson18553.11
Rashaad Penny9455.00
Mike Davis9343.80
Russell Wilson122.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Tyler Lockett5479.40
Doug Baldwin34515.00
Chris Carson23015.00
Mike Davis4287.00
Will Dissly22814.00
Ed Dickson3248.01
David Moore2157.50
Jaron Brown2136.50
George Fant111.01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Earl Thomas III70.000
Justin Coleman60.000
K.J. Wright60.000
Tre Flowers50.000
Jarran Reed42.500
Barkevious Mingo32.500
Bradley McDougald30.010
Dion Jordan10.500
Frank Clark11.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Sebastian Janikowski2/33/3953
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Michael Dickson417543.83
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Rashaad Penny24723.50
J.D. McKissic12626.00
Jaron Brown122.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Tyler Lockett46716.80
Denver Broncos
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Case Keenum28/4240331
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Phillip Lindsay4194.80
Royce Freeman2157.50
DeVontae Booker5122.40
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Courtland Sutton917219.13
Jake Butt812315.40
Emmanuel Sanders35117.00
Phillip Lindsay5428.40
Daesean Hamilton11010.00
DeVontae Booker177.00
Royce Freeman1-2-2.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Todd Davis141.000
Chris Harris Jr.90.000
Brandon Marshall91.000
Justin Simmons90.000
Derek Wolfe71.000
Bradley Chubb50.000
Delvin Breaux50.000
Von Miller41.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Brandon McManus0/13/33N/A
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Marquette King422556.30


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1-0. Great start! Looks like Wilson had a nice day passing.
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Week 1 Recap


2018 NFL Regular Season Week 1
Thursday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Atlanta 28, Philadelphia 23Wentz - 286Freeman - 88Jeffery - 102
Sunday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Buffalo 20, Baltimore 28Flacco - 204Collins - 84Clay - 62
Jacksonville 26, New York Giants 20Bortles - 284Barkley - 106Lee - 80
Tampa Bay 7, New Orleans 16Brees - 286Kamara - 68Thomas - 102
Houston 26, New England 32Brady - 330White - 52Hogan - 109
San Francisco 30, Minnesota 25Garoppolo - 315Cook - 68Garcon - 83
Tennessee 35, Miami 21Tannehill - 307Lewis - 47Sharpe - 120
Cincinnati 13, Indianapolis 34Dalton - 221Anderson - 134Hilton - 64
Pittsburgh 30, Cleveland 26Mayfield - 307Bell - 72Brown - 102
Kansas City 28, Los Angeles Chargers 7Mahomes II - 273Ware - 83Hill - 65
Seattle 27, Denver 21Keenum - 403Carson - 55Sutton - 172
Dallas 31, Carolina 10Prescott - 236Elliott - 125Cooper - 90
Washington 21, Arizona 28Smith - 228Johnson - 159Williams - 56
Chicago 21, Green Bay 24Trubisky - 267Jones - 72Gabriel - 110
Monday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
New York Jets 20, Detroit 17Darnold - 227Crowell - 78Jones Jr. - 104
Los Angeles Rams 17, Oakland 10Carr - 225Gurley II - 67Nelson - 93


NFL Standings - Updated: Sep 10, 2018
NFC EASTWLTPFPA
Dallas Cowboys1003110
Philadelphia Eagles0102328
New York Giants0102026
Washington Redskins0102128
NFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Green Bay Packers1002421
Detroit Lions0101720
Chicago Bears0102124
Minnesota Vikings0102530
NFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
New Orleans Saints100167
Atlanta Falcons1002823
Tampa Bay Buccaneers010716
Carolina Panthers0101031
NFC WESTWLTPFPA
Arizona Cardinals1002821
San Francisco 49ers1003025
Los Angeles Rams1001710
Seattle Seahawks1002721
AFC EASTWLTPFPA
New England Patriots1003226
New York Jets1002017
Buffalo Bills0102028
Miami Dolphins0102135
AFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers1003026
Baltimore Ravens1002820
Cleveland Browns0102630
Cincinnati Bengals0101334
AFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Indianapolis Colts1003413
Tennessee Titans1003521
Jacksonville Jaguars1002620
Houston Texans0102632
AFC WESTWLTPFPA
Kansas City Chiefs100287
Denver Broncos0102127
Oakland Raiders0101017
Los Angeles Chargers010728


NFL League Leaders - Updated: Sep 10, 2018
Passing YardsYDSPassing TouchdownsTD
1. Case Keenum - DEN4031. Marcus Mariota - TEN5
2. Tom Brady - NE3302. Six tied w/3
3. Jimmy Garoppolo - SF3153.
4. Baker Mayfield - CLE3074.
5. Ryan Tannehill - MIA3075.
InterceptionsINTQB RatingQBR
1. Matthew Stafford - DET41. Ben Roethlisberger - PIT131.5
2. Eight tied w/22. Russell Wilson - SEA124.8
3. 3. Andrew Luck - IND122.9
4. 4. Matt Ryan - ATL120.4
5. 5. Marcus Mariota - TEN119.9


NFL League Leaders - Updated: Sep 10, 2018
Rushing AttemptsATTRushing YardsYDS
1. Ezekiel Elliott - DAL261. David Johnson - ARI159
2. Saquon Barkley - NYG252. C.J. Anderson - IND134
3. Isaiah Crowell - NYJ233. Ezekiel Elliott - DAL125
4. Aaron Jones - GB234. Saquon Barkley - NYG106
5. Joe Mixon - CIN225. Devonta Freeman - ATL88
Rushing TouchdownsTDYards Per CarryYPC
1. David Johnson - ARI31. David Johnson - ARI12.2
2. Ezekiel Elliott - DAL22. C.J. Anderson - IND7.4
3. Alex Collins - BAL23. Alex Collins - BAL5.6
4. Darren Sproles - PHI24. Rashaad Penny - SEA5.0
5. Tevin Coleman - CHI25. Devonta Freeman - ATL4.9


NFL League Leaders - Updated: Sep 10, 2018
ReceptionsRECReceiving YardsYDS
1. Courtland Sutton - DEN91. Courtland Sutton - DEN172
2. Albert Wilson - MIA92. Jake Butt - DEN123
3. Zach Ertz - PHI93. Tajae Sharpe - TEN120
4. Michael Thomas - NO94. Taylor Gabriel - CHI110
5. Pierre Garcon - SF95. Chris Hogan - NE109
Receiving TouchdownsTDYards Per CatchYPC
1. Courtland Sutton - DEN31. Jarvis Landry - CLE20.7
2. Tajae Sharpe - TEN32. Courtland Sutton - DEN19.1
3. Four tied w/23. Christian McCaffrey - CAR18.0
4. 4. Sterling Shepard - NYG17.7
5. 5. Two tied w/17.0


NFL League Leaders - Updated: Sep 10, 2018
TacklesTAKSacksSCK
1. Jatavis Brown - LAC151. Myles Jack - JAX3.0
2. Christian Kirksey - CLE142. Jarran Reed - SEA2.5
3. Todd Davis - DEN143. Barkevious Mingo - SEA2.5
4. Three tied w/134. Vince Williams - PIT2.5
5. 5. Eight tied w/2.0
InterceptionsINTForced FumblesFF
1. Trumaine Johnson - NYJ21. Todd Davis - DEN1
2. Twenty-Two tied w/12. Ryan Lewis - BUF1
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1-0. Great start! Looks like Wilson had a nice day passing.
Thanks! Keenum lit me up pretty good, but about 175 of those yards were in garbage time in the fourth.
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Week 2


Chicago - The Seahawks look to start off the year with two straight road wins, but it will be a tough task to accomplish as they march into Soldier Field Monday night to take on the Chicago Bears. Chicago has a revamped defense with Khalil Mack acquired during training camp, to go with what they are hoping will be an electric offense with Mitchell Trubisky entering his second season, and the two headed monster or Jordan Howard, and Tarik Cohen toting the rock out of the backfield. Meanwhile Seattle will look to continue their run first approach that worked out for them in Denver even after they fell behind on Sunday. Monday night's game kicks off from Soldier Field at 5:15 pm PST.

Matchup Preview *|* September 17, 2018
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Offensive Stats Comparison
356.0 (14th)Total Offensive Yards305.0 (24th)
220.0 (20th)Passing Yards267.0 (13th)
136.0 (6th)Rushing Yards38.0 (30th)
27.0 (11th)Points Per Game21.0 (T-18th)
Defensive Stats Comparison
399.0 (T-30th)Total Yards Allowed341.0 (T-15th)
353.0 (32nd)Passing Yards Allowed238.0 (19th)
46.0 (T-4th)Rushing Yards Allowed103.0 (19th)
21.0 (T-12th)Points Per Game24.0 (17th)


NFL Week 2 Power Rankings
RK (LW)TeamRecordNext Game
1 (+1) Pittsburgh Steelers1-0Kansas City Chiefs
2 (+2) Atlanta Falcons1-0Carolina Panthers
3 (-2) Philadelphia Eagles0-1@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4 (-1) New Orleans Saints1-0Cleveland Browns
5 (-) New England Patriots1-0@ Jacksonville Jaguars
6 (-) Dallas Cowboys1-0New York Giants
7 (-) Kansas City Chiefs1-0@ Pittsburgh Steelers
8 (-) Los Angeles Chargers0-1@ Buffalo Bills
9 (+1) Los Angeles Rams1-0Arizona Cardinals
10 (+3) Green Bay Packers1-0Minnesota Vikings
11 (-2) Chicago Bears0-1Seattle Seahawks
12 (-1) Seattle Seahawks1-0@ Chicago Bears
13 (+2) Carolina Panthers0-1@ Atlanta Falcons
14 (+2) Baltimore Ravens1-0@ Cincinnati Bengals
15 (+6) San Francisco 49ers1-0Detroit Lions
16 (-4) Minnesota Vikings0-1@ Green Bay Packers
17 (-) Jacksonville Jaguars1-0New England Patriots
18 (-4) Washington Redskins0-1Indianapolis Colts
19 (-) Houston Texans0-1@ Tennessee Titans
20 (-) Tennessee Titans1-0Houston Texans
21 (+2) Indianapolis Colts1-0@ Washington Redskins
22 (-4) Cincinnati Bengals0-1Baltimore Ravens
23 (-1) Denver Broncos0-1Oakland Raiders
24 (+6) Arizona Cardinals1-0@ Los Angeles Rams
25 (-) Cleveland Browns0-1@ New Orleans Saints
26 (-) Tampa Bay Buccaneers0-1Philadelphia Eagles
27 (-) Buffalo Bills0-1Los Angeles Chargers
28 (+4) New York Jets1-0Miami Dolphins
29 (-5) Detroit Lions0-1@ San Francisco 49ers
30 (-2) Miami Dolphins0-1@ New York Jets
31 (-2) New York Giants0-1@ Dallas Cowboys
32 (-1) Oakland Raiders0-1@ Denver Broncos


NFL Players of the Week

AFC Offensive Player of the Week:

WR - Courtland Sutton - DEN: 9 REC, 172 YDS, 19.1 AVG, 3 TD

NFC Offensive Player of the Week:

HB - David Johnson - ARI: 13 CAR, 159 YDS, 12.2 AVG, 3 TD

AFC Defensive Player of the Week:

LB - Myles Jack - JAX: 11 TKL, 3.0 SACKS, 1 INT

NFC Defensive Player of the Week:

CB - Darius Slay - DET: 9 TKL, 1 INT
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WOW! TD Fant! That is definitely one great benefit of playing Madden since rosters can be so updated that you have Fant lining up at TE. very cool. I have really enjoyed watching the Seahawks offense this year, I can't think of any but I'm sure there are teams that have consistently trotted out 6 OL half the time. :-) Good luck moving forward Glen.
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