Davis Hsu

  • joined Sep 01, 2010
  • last login Jul 16, 2012
  • posts 127
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Danny lets me write about the Seahawks, the NFL, and the NFL Draft. I live in Kirkland- am a husband and dad, am a Husky and have a non-football day job.

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Carroll's 'ideal QB' from the 2012 NFL Combine

Wanting a quick retrospective look at this current front office's search for a franchise caliber quarteback, I found it fascinating to go back and re-listen to some of Pete Carroll's comments on...

Quick thoughts on NFL Draft picks, trades, & FA

The 2013 NFL Draft & the Seahawks offseason: Quick thoughts on picks, trades, & free agency.

Seeds of the Seahawks' offense: Shanahan & Carroll

Mike Shanahan's name now embodies that potent combination of Bill Walsh's West Coast passing and Alex Gibbs' deep commitment to zone running, with the mesh point of those two concepts as the play-action pass.

2013 NFL Draft Podcast I: Seahawks targets at OLB

Derek Stephens and I got together the week before the 49ers game to talk Seahawks linebacker targets in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Russell Wilson's rookie season: Under the surface

Yeah, the Seahawks have been 2-2 over the last four games, and have lost two disappointing games on the road, but I think before I researched this blog post, I hadn't realized how good Russell Wilson was actually playing.

Pete Carroll's defensive priorities, part II

More on Pete Carroll's defensive tenets, and a few theories of my own on his priorities.

Pete Carroll's defensive priorities, part I

There has been a lot of talk recently about the Seahawks defense (1) not being elite, and (2) not getting off the field on 3rd down.

Seattle Seahawks age chart & notes

The Seahawks are set up to be good for a while - if they can solve their passing game issues. Check out the attached Seahawks Age Chart attached here, and some of my thoughts are here below...

I did it my way

Pete Carroll, the undersized UFC challenger, exhausted & bloody, hungrily catching his breath, sat on the stool. He was overmatched by a superior, experienced champion opponent.

A fictional 2013 Draft conversation

Here's how I imagine a conversation between Paul Allen and John Schneider about the upcoming 2013 Draft would go.

A quick early look at the Hawks' 2013 Draft, Pt1

Because it's always NFL Draft season in my world.

Taking the lid off of the Seahawks' offense

Sometime around the Dallas game, the Seahawks Roundtable on KJR 950 were jesting that Pete Carroll needs to "take the lid off the sippy cup" in terms of the offensive passing game (they were...

Seahawks Vs. Packers: Cleaning Up Penalties a Key

One major area that I thought a lot about in the week leading up to the Seahawks - Cowboys game was the penalty issue. The Seahawks were playing fairly clean in the preseason and Pete Carroll had...

Salary Cap Notes & 2013 Draft Implications

What a crazy few days! I have attached the salary cap for the Seahawks' defense, as it stands now, for 2012 and 2013. Once the TE Evan Moore deal goes through, I will publish the offense as well,...

Russell Wilson Play Charting: Evading Pressure & the Use of Play Action, Designed Rollouts

After two games and eleven drives, Russell Wilson has led the team to five touchdowns, one field goal, one interception, and four punts. 38 points is not too shabby either.

Charting Russell Wilson's Pass Plays vs. the Titans

I charted Russell Wilson's nineteen passing snaps and the results are attached below.

Details Of Chris Clemons' Contract Examined

I think the Seahawks did well in the Chris Clemons deal, and the numbers were detailed today by Brian McIntyre.

Seahawks Training Camp 2012: More Sunday Notes

I had a good time watching the Seahawks at Training Camp with Danny Kelly & Erik Polson on Sunday. Here are my thoughts and musings in no particular order: - The defense looks ahead of the offense...

On The Seahawks' Lack of a Dominant X Wide Receiver

Mike Williams has been cut, and many Seahawks fans are wondering, "Who is going to line up at split end?"

More on NFL Salary Cap Rollover in the New CBA, Estimated Team Rankings

Explaining the salary cap rollover rules in the NFL's CBA.

NFL Salary Cap Rollover in the New CBA, Estimated Team Rankings

ProFootballTalk is privy, every month or so, to NFL salary cap information on a high level basis by team. I used the numbers from the most recent PFT blog and coupled that with a great article from Jason LaConfora back on March 30th, which had the te

Seahawks Draft Thoughts A-Z: "K" is for Korey Toomer

In the 2012 NFL Draft the Seattle Seahawks selected OLB Korey Toomer from Idaho in the 5th round, Pick #154 overall.

Seahawks Draft Thoughts A-Z: "L" is for Jeremy Lane

"L" is for Jeremy Lane

Seahawks Draft Thoughts A-Z: "H" is for Jaye Howard

Sorry for the drag on this series. I need to speed these up, so the rest of the alphabet will be shorter blogs (and possibly a little out of order). Last week, my boss, who is also a good friend,...

Thoughts On Chris Clemons' Mini-Camp Holdout & Contract Negotiations

John Schneider was on SportsRadioKJR Saturday with Doug Farrar and Rob Rang on their weekly must-listen Chalk Talk program, and he talked briefly about Chris Clemons and the Seahawks' desire to get...

Some Win Forever Thoughts

I had a chance to attend the WinForever Event held by Coach Carroll at the VMAC again this year - I attended last year as well with Danny Kelly, and I thought it was improved over year one.

Seahawks Draft Thoughts A-Z: The Letters "E" & "F"

E is for Expectations, F is for FIT

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