NFL.com has been going team-by-team and ranking the underrated and overrated players in franchise history for each organization.
Seattle’s turn finally arrived this week, and the list turned up some interesting names.
Matt Hasselbeck, Steve Hutchinson, Joey Galloway, Leon Washington and Kam Chancellor were listed as Seattle’s underrated players.
Shawn Springs, Jerramy Stevens, Jim Zorn, Shaun Alexander and Lofa Tatupu show up on the overrated list.
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For the underrated list, I would add Chris Warren, Kenny Easley, Jeff Bryant, Brandon Mebane and Fredd Young. And on the overrated list, Brian Bosworth and Aaron Curry would replace Jim Zorn and Lofa Tatupu on my list. Let me know your thoughts in the comments section.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com has an interesting profile on new Seattle defensive line coach Travis Jones.
Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times examines whether or not Bruce Irvin is reallyu going through a position change by taking snaps at SAM linebacker.
Mike Ridley of Football Outsiders notes that the Seahawks had more success last year running from one-back sets.
Mike Freeman of CBS Sports reminds us that it will be mandatory for NFL players to wear knee and thigh pads beginning this year. Players will be told to leave the field if they do not comply with the rule. Most skill position players do not wear thigh or knee pads, so you can imagine the reaction from players. Hip and butt pads remain optional.
Another New England Patriot is entangled in a legal matter, as defensive back Alfonzo Denard was arrested on suspicison of DUI, according to the Omaha World-Herald.
Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com believes second-year pro St. Louis WR Chris Givens is capable of a 1,000-yard receiving year.
ESPN’s KC Joyner takes a closer look at the fantasy value of scrambling quarterbacks like Russell Wilson.