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I get a kick out of people wondering what the Seattle Seahawks should do with Matt Flynn. The Seahawks should keep him that what they should do with him. He is a back up quarterback and he knows his role as a back up quarterback. Flynn’s biggest claim to fame was when he started a game in Green Bay and played great. He threw for 6 touchdowns in the game and teams around the NFL including the Seahawks, thought the guy should be a multi-million dollar starting NFL quarterback. Flynn was drafted into the NFL in the 7th round in 2008 with the 209th pick. Flynn was beaten out by Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay and he had no problems at all staying as the Packers back up Q.B.. I haven’t heard Flynn complain about being Wilson’s back up in Seattle. Flynn is a great guy to have on the bench. The way Wilson plays the game you just never know if you are going to need a guy like Flynn that can come into a game at a moments notice and get you a win. The Seahawks are in much better shape with Flynn...
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The Seattle Seahawks are young, talented, and under contract. CBS Sports writer Pat Kirwan thinks they are ready to explode, and dominate in 2013.
Pete Carroll has put together a very talented group of players led by rookie standout quarterback Russell Wilson.
Furthermorer, they have three Pro-Bowl players in the defensive secondary, a power running back that is in his prime...
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A case can easily made that no team in the NFL had more of an up and down season last year then the Seattle Seahawks. Starting the year 4-4 (and some would say 3-5 after the "Fail Mary" against Green Bay), rallying to finish 11-5, toppling Washington and Robert Griffin's knee in the playoffs and advancing all the way to the NFC Divisional Playoff against Atlanta,...
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Trent Richardson and Marshawn Lynch will be coveted first rounds picks in 2013. Stud RBs are as tough to find these days as good rap trios. Awesome pic.
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Trent Richardson and Marshawn Lynch will be coveted first rounds picks in fantasy football come 2013. Stud RBs are as tough to find these days as good rap trios.-TO
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