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Charlie Todaro

  • joined Oct 10, 2011
  • last login Jun 26, 2014
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I'm currently a resident of the Bay Area and former Berkeley Sociology student, but call Seattle my home. I have been an avid Seahawks fan since 2001 and am a season ticket holder as of 2011 (also had tickets in '06).

Proud to be a member of the 12th man and writer at Field Gulls.

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Reloaded: UDFA Phil Bates Provides Versatile Playmaking Potential

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Charlie wrote this article back at the end of April but with training camp just around the corner, and some excitement building for Bates' prospects, I thought this was worth a reload. -- DK --

Reloaded: The Seahawks' Amoeba Defense

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This article was originally posted on October 23rd, in the run-up to Seattle's matchup with Cleveland in Week 7.

Seattle Seahawks Scouting: Revisiting Russell Wilson's Game Tape

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A closer look at the upside of Russell Wilson's game.

Seattle Seahawks: Uncertainty at Quarterback Has a Changed Meaning

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The Seahawks quarterback competition has evolved over the past four months. Oh, how things have changed; from dreary, to potentially dreamy, partly due to Russell Wilson.

Seattle Seahawks: UDFA Phil Bates Provides Versatile Playmaking Potential

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Take a look at an unknown, versatile playmaker the Seahawks nabbed as an undrafted free agent.

Seattle Seahawks 2012 NFL Draft Musings: Day Two Reaction, Day Three Watch List

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The final day of the draft is here. Who is on the watchlist?

Seattle Seahawks 2012 NFL Draft: Appreciating the Bruce Irvin Pick

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Why the Bruce Irvin pick was a smart move.

Re-Posted: Seattle Seahawks 2012 NFL Draft - DE/OLB Bruce Irvin

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A look at one of the more intriguing speed rushers in the draft. A mix of a checkered past and great athleticism, and a player that has many wondering where he is best suited to play on the next...

Seattle Seahawks 2012 NFL Draft Musings: Players to Watch on Day One

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The draft is here! Who do I have atop my board?

Seattle Seahawks 2012 NFL Draft Musings: Addressing the Pass Rush, More Front Seven, and Sleepers

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The draft is tomorrow! Dive on in for thoughts on the wildcard at 12, more front seven thoughts and a bevy of draft stuff!

On the Seattle Seahawks, Organizational Rebranding, and the Draft

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The Seahawks organization has been re-branded and the roster is being re-built into a championship contender, or at least that's been the goal from the start. It looks like now may be the time the...

Seattle Seahawks 2012 NFL Draft Musings: Looking Beyond the First Round

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Looking beyond the first round at some prospects the Seahawks should consider; all positions, all round, all different shapes and sizes.

Seattle Seahawks 2012 NFL Draft Sleepers: LB Miles Burris and CB Derrius Brooks

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A look at two athletic, upside laden sleepers the Seahawks may want to think about targeting in the late rounds to improve depth and potential on the defensive side of the ball.

Seattle Seahawks 2012 NFL Draft Musings: Wednesday, April 11

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The draft starts in 15 days. From the first round to undrafted free agency, it's all fun to talk about. The countdown to the madness begins with a variety of thoughts on the first round, 12th pick...

Seattle Seahawks: Scouting DT/DE Jason Jones vs. New Orleans, 2011, and Concluding Thoughts

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Wrapping up my 8-part analysis and scouting of Seahawks DT Jason Jones.

PFF on Kregg Lumpkin's Pass Blocking Efficiency

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He was mainly a pass-pro back, but apparently not very good at it; as in, according to them, the least "efficient" back in pass pro. Not a be-all-end-all metric here, as Thomas has brought up valid concerns about their measurement systems in the past (particularly in pass pro). But, something worth looking at.

Seattle Seahawks: Scouting DT/DE Jason Jones vs. Carolina and More, 2011

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We move further into 2011 and Jones' play takes a turn for the better. Take a look as he re-gains his prowess rushing the passer and forcing turnovers.

Seattle Seahawks: Scouting DT/DE Jason Jones vs. Denver and Houston, 2011

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See Jason Jones in action in 2011. We see the good and bad versus Denver, and then a tough performance against a strong Houston team. Learn more about the differences between 2010 and 2011, and...

Seattle Seahawks: Scouting DT/DE Jason Jones vs. Baltimore, 2011

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We begin 2011 and Jones has a different role on the defense, which has a new defensive coordinator. No longer is he attacking inside. How does he do at defensive end, as a stand-up rusher and as a...

Beastmode in the Movies

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Am I the only one that missed this? Or you all shocked (or maybe you're not at all...) too? The 6 Million Dollar man, Gary Busey...It's called "Matt's Chance." Thoughts?

Seattle Seahawks: Scouting DT/DE Jason Jones, Part IV

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We wrap up 2010 with a recap of Jones' first radio interview as a Seahawk, and then look at some unique instances from his last year playing for Jeff Fisher. More athleticism, versatility and...

Seattle Seahawks: Scouting DT/DE Jason Jones, Part III

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We take a look at the beginning of his breakout 2010 season when he becomes bigger, faster, stronger. But beware, it's not all pretty...hopefully the highlights of dominating play will have you...

Seattle Seahawks: Scouting DT/DE Jason Jones, Part II

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Scouting of the Seahawks' newest defensive addition continues. We delve into Jones' skill set in much greater detail than in part I. Learn more about his uniqueness, versatility and playmaking...

Seattle Seahawks: Scouting DT/DE Jason Jones, Part I

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Get to know Seattle's big time addition to the defensive line. A freak with upside, yes please!

FanPost
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Seattle has become "wildcard team of the offseason"...Paul Soliai interest?

Here. I came across this and thought I may not be the only one interested (Danny and Davis tweeted about it as well). Soliai's CBS draft profile compared him to Issac Sopoaga, a player I like. In...

Exploring Free Agency Methods & the Draft, Part IV

Wrapping up the Free Agency exploration. The Quarterback, the game-changer and some concluding thoughts on the 2012 off season.

Seattle Seahawks: Exploring Free Agency Methods and the Draft, Part III

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Part III of the pre-free agency exploration of what could happen once chaos commences in one week. Part III looks at Mario Williams and quarterbacks, "the elephants in the room."

Seattle Seahawks: Exploring Free Agency Methods and the Draft, Part II

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Free agency is a week away and the Seahawks have their toes dipped in a number of arenas. Lets take a closer look at how they may attack filling the roster, upgrading the defensive line, the...

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