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mac58
12-29-2005, 09:51 PM
there not as good as everyone thinks, and if priest had this schedule he would have scored 50 TDs
2005 Schedule

Away Home
Sep 11 @Jacksonville Lost 14-26
Sep 18 Atlanta Won 21-18
Sep 25 Arizona Won 37-12
Oct 2 @Washington Lost 17-20
Oct 9 @St. Louis Won 37-31
Oct 16 Houston Won 42-10
Oct 23 Dallas Won 13-10
Week 8 BYE
Nov 6 @Arizona Won 33-19
Nov 13 St. Louis Won 31-16
Nov 20 @San Francisco Won 27-25
Nov 27 N.Y. Giants Won 24-21
Dec 5 @Philadelphia Won 42-0
Dec 11 San Francisco Won 41-3
Dec 18 @Tennessee Won 28-24
Dec 24 Indianapolis Won 28-13
Jan 1 @Green Bay 1:00pm 713 111 117
All times are Eastern

they play arizona twice, st louis twice, san fran twice, they played the texans, and philly

only good teams they beat r atlanta, giants and dallas and all games were real close decided by a field goal or missed field goal. and the colts who sat all starters and coaches son killed himself 3 days prior

Nzoner
12-29-2005, 09:58 PM
Don't forget that last week against Indy Alexander had already been pulled and when they got the ball to the 1 Holmgren sent him back in.

StcChief
12-29-2005, 10:04 PM
They should be worried about Washington, Bears, Giants
Tampa Bay.

Any one of those could Knock them off.

Garcia Bronco
12-29-2005, 10:06 PM
They'll get their ass beat one and done...count it...it's the second time I've posted that here.

Halfcan
12-29-2005, 10:26 PM
They'll get their ass beat one and done...count it...it's the second time I've posted that here.

Yep I hate the seahags. As far as the record-it is pretty much inflated, just like Manning beating Marino's record with half yard shovel passes, when he could have ran it in. Plus staying in the game, even during blowouts.

Iowanian
12-29-2005, 10:32 PM
Alexander IS that good

Count Zarth
12-29-2005, 10:41 PM
Alexander is not as good of a goal line back as Priest was.

Priest's superman dive is darn near impossible to stop. Has anyone ever denied him when he does that?

I never see Alexander doing that.

Halfcan
12-29-2005, 10:41 PM
How many times was PH pulled to "save" him for the season. Chiefs could have put him back into games on the one-many times. Hell, some games he hardly played the second half because the game was out of reach.

Halfcan
12-29-2005, 10:42 PM
Alexander is not as good of a goal line back as Priest was.

Priest's superman dive is darn near impossible to stop. Has anyone ever denied him when he does that?

I never see Alexander doing that.
:clap:
yup-what he said

Joe Seahawk
12-30-2005, 12:09 AM
I don't have time to debate this right now.. Perhaps during our 1st round BYE or after the SUPERBOWL, I'll debate with you... ;)

RedDread
12-30-2005, 01:02 AM
I don't have time to debate this right now.. Perhaps during our 1st round BYE or after the SUPERBOWL, I'll debate with you... ;)

Yes Joe I do think the Bears are going to the Superbowl this year.

Count Zarth
12-30-2005, 01:08 AM
I don't have time to debate this right now.. Perhaps during our 1st round BYE or after the SUPERBOWL, I'll debate with you... ;)

Come back to the AFC you PUSSY!

kcfanXIII
12-30-2005, 01:58 AM
alexander has never missed a start. i never see priest doing that. not to mention, did he get the rushing title last year? or was that him that got pissed off?

Mile High Mania
12-30-2005, 05:55 AM
KC played the Raiders twice, Philly, Bills, Texans, Jets... there are creampuffs sprinkled into every team's schedule.

SEA just didn't lose the games they were supposed to win. Don't be hatin'...

seclark
12-30-2005, 06:29 AM
SEA just didn't lose the games they were supposed to win. Don't be hatin'...
what else are we going to do in our spare time?
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Kerberos
12-30-2005, 06:59 AM
there not as good as everyone thinks, and if priest had this schedule he would have scored 50 TDs
2005 Schedule

Away Home
Sep 11 @Jacksonville Lost 14-26
Sep 18 Atlanta Won 21-18
Sep 25 Arizona Won 37-12
Oct 2 @Washington Lost 17-20
Oct 9 @St. Louis Won 37-31
Oct 16 Houston Won 42-10
Oct 23 Dallas Won 13-10
Week 8 BYE
Nov 6 @Arizona Won 33-19
Nov 13 St. Louis Won 31-16
Nov 20 @San Francisco Won 27-25
Nov 27 N.Y. Giants Won 24-21
Dec 5 @Philadelphia Won 42-0
Dec 11 San Francisco Won 41-3
Dec 18 @Tennessee Won 28-24
Dec 24 Indianapolis Won 28-13
Jan 1 @Green Bay 1:00pm 713 111 117
All times are Eastern

they play arizona twice, st louis twice, san fran twice, they played the texans, and philly

only good teams they beat r atlanta, giants and dallas and all games were real close decided by a field goal or missed field goal. and the colts who sat all starters and coaches son killed himself 3 days prior


Someone else besides me watched "Inside the NFL" this week?

They made a big deal out of Seattles schedule being pretty cush.

Hell if we had that schedule we might have thier record too?

:D


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jspchief
12-30-2005, 08:56 AM
Not sure how you can take anything away from Alexander's accomplishment. If all it took was an easy schedule, then the record would have been set by someone else a long time ago. Besides, how tough was our schedule when Holmes broke the record? His 8 TDs in the final 3 games came against some of the worst teams in the NFL.

As for coming in on the 1 yard line, I don't think it was his choice to go sit down in the first place.

Alexander has been one of the most productive RBs in the league for 5 years running. It's not like it's a fluke that he's doing this. He's a stud.

Nzoner
12-30-2005, 10:34 AM
As for coming in on the 1 yard line, I don't think it was his choice to go sit down in the first place.


Agreed and I have nothing against Alexander nor the Seahawks in general I just thought it was kind of shitty of Holmgren.I mean if you're going to let him come in on the 1 why not go ahead and keep him in and let him add to his rushing totals as well.

I agree with Lin Dickey on the radio yesterday this whole resting players thing etc etc has gotten crazy.

Joe Seahawk
12-30-2005, 11:02 AM
ENJOY! (http://media.putfile.com/Seahawks---SAlexander-NFL-record-TDs) ;)

morphius
12-30-2005, 11:05 AM
When it is this late in the season and you have a chance to break a record, the coaches will do what they can to help out. Just like DV did a couple weeks back with LJ to help set the Chiefs single game rushing record, as soon as he heard he was close he put him back in the game.

Mr. Flopnuts
12-30-2005, 12:53 PM
You guys must have all forgotten that we were poised to draft Alexander with the pick after the Hawks. They just beat us to him, somehow I don't think we'd be talking that way had he been behind our line in 03 and had 35 TD's. Hands down, he's the best back in football and a class act off the field. Pay the man. GO SEAHAWKS!!!!!!

Garcia Bronco
12-30-2005, 01:39 PM
All I'm sayin is...you can move to the ever historically weak ass NFC west...but you'll always be the hopeless seahawks to me. A mudhole by which the rest of the AFC west put their boot in..

Chan93lx50
12-30-2005, 01:53 PM
LJ

sedated
12-30-2005, 03:27 PM
you can move to the ever historically weak ass NFC west...but you'll always be the hopeless seahawks to me. A mudhole by which the rest of the AFC west put their boot in..


what if the divisions were the same as back then?

the 2005 AFC West would be the best division in NFL history