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Analyzing John Schneider’s Time as Seattle’s General Manager: A Mastermind

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Seattle Seahawks have been known for hauling in some of the best draft classes in recent memory. This, obviously, has to do mainly with John Schneider, the General Manager of the Seattle Seahawks. Schneider first took over back in 2010, when the Seahawks desperately needed a philosophy change in order to win it all. The hiring of Pete Carroll and John Schneider certainly brought that a new edge to the franchise Schneider immediately selected some talented players, such as Earl Thomas, Russell Okung, Kam Chancellor, Richard Sherman, KJ Wright, Doug Baldwin, Bobby Wagner and Russell...

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Why Greg Olsen is an Unspoken Weapon in Seattle

Reading Time: 2 minutesOne move that occurred this offseason that really flew under the radar was TE Greg Olsen going to the Seattle Seahawks. To me at least, it felt like that location that just fits him and no one would give it a second thought. However, looking at it now I think there’s a real possibility he’ll thrive and produce well there. Let’s take a look at some stats. Last year, Olsen played 14 games and in those he accumulated only 52 receptions for 597 yards and 2 TDs. These aren’t very good numbers but we have to...

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Why Russell Wilson will Hold Back the Seahawks

Reading Time: 2 minutes Jamal Adams is the best safety in football. He can stop the run like nobody else, and brought emotional motivation to a Jets team which, seemed lost at times during the season. Yet, by trading Adams away, the Jets are in a better position than the team that traded for him. New York has four first round picks over the next two years, a quarterback on a cheap rookie contract, as well as young talent around the roster. Meanwhile, Jamal Adams finds himself on a team convinced they are ready for a Super Bowl run,...

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Why Jamal Adams is the Missing Piece for the Seahawks

Reading Time: 2 minutes Just a few hours ago a monster trade went down between the New York Jets and Seattle Seahawks with the Jets sending Jamal Adams and a fourth-rounder to the Seahawks in exchange for 2 first-round picks and a 2021 3rd.The Seahawks have one of the best quarterbacks in the game with Russell Wilson and the lack of a great supporting cast around him has really been the only issue. The offense has been dominant for the most part with the great weapons and punishing running game that Seattle has. The defense, however, has been holding...

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Jamal Adams Blockbuster: Analysis from Both Sides

Reading Time: 2 minutesWell, Jamal Adams had his wish come true. The All-Pro safety, formerly a member of the New York Jets, has a new team. He has been traded to the Seattle Seahawks for Bradley McDougald, a first-round pick in 2021, a third-round pick in 2021, and another first-round pick in 2022. The Seahawks also receive a fourth-round pick. Here are my thoughts on the trade for both sides. From Seattle’s perspective, they get an absolute game-changer on defense. Jamal Adams is the best safety in the league, and fills a need for Seattle in the secondary. Seattle’s secondary was roasted by Davante Adams in the playoffs last year, and even though Adams is not a cover corner, he will make QBs think twice about throwing it on his side of the field. Also, considering the Seahawks first-round picks would probably be late first anyway, they gave it up for one of the best defenders in football. This almost certainly cements their case as Super Bowl contenders. The Jets also did an amazing job with this trade. First of all, they traded Adams out of their conference which was an incredibly smart move. Secondly, they got a HAUL for him. Two first-rounders, plus a third-rounder? They are set up nicely for the future to trade for a star, or stand pat and build for the future. Furthermore, they...

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