Davis Hsu

  • joined Sep 01, 2010
  • last login Jul 16, 2012
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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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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...

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 Letter "G"


G is for Grading.

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


E is for Expectations, F is for FIT

2012 Seahawks Draft Class Salary Cap Numbers


The new CBA makes negotiating rookie contracts much simpler than in the past, especially in the early rounds, but likely in all rounds.

Seahawks Draft Thoughts A-Z: The Letter "D"


"D" is for DangeRuss Wilson.

Seahawks Draft Thoughts A-Z: The Letter "C"


The letter "C" is for Carroll. And, Convention.

Seahawks 2012 Draft Thoughts A-Z: The Letter "B"


I find it interesting to go back, in retrospect, and take a look at some of the things that were said in the run-up to the Draft that could have alluded to the direction the Seahawks were going.

Seahawks 2012 Draft Thoughts A-Z: The Letter "A"


It may take me a month to write this series! Or longer .... but let's start with the Letter A!

Building A Long-Standing, Winning NFL Franchise

Greetings Seahawk Fans! Nothing groundbreaking here, but I wanted to share a way to organize my thoughts on what I think it takes to build a long-standing, winning franchise.

NFL Free Agency: A Quick Look At Red Bryant's Contract


For those of you that haven't seen this yet and/or were wondering about Red Bryant's contract, and how it hits the Seahawks over the next couple of years.

NFL Salary Cap 2012: Seahawks Estimated Player Cap Numbers


Per my educated guesses - don't take these numbers as gospel. I believe they're close, though.

Marshawn Lynch's Contract Details Disclosed


A look at Marshawn Lynch's contract numbers.

Peyton Manning, Super Bowls, Pete Carroll, and Mini-Dynasties


A mini-dynasty, as it pertains to this article, is a team with at least two Super Bowl appearances in four years. What I found, is that a vast majority of the time, mini-dynasties have the same...

UPDATED: NFL Salary Cap Odds & Ends - Some Questions, Some Answers


A couple cap odds and ends I wanted to follow up on are here below. Just trying to learn and push the conversation forward.

NFL Salary Cap: Top Teams In Terms of Cap Space & Estimating Where the Seahawks Check-In


On the John Clayton Radio Show on Saturday (Feb 11th, 2012), the Professor threw out a number - he said that the Seahawks had $34.8M in Salary Cap Room for 2012.

Musings on NFL Draft Season 2012 and the Seahawks


Senior Bowl Week! The Draft Season is in full swing.

The Green Bay Model & its Influence On John Schneider Part IV


A continuing look at the Green Bay model of roster building that may become the M.O. here in Seattle.

The Green Bay Model & its Influence On John Schneider Part III


A continuing look at Green Bay's roster building model and how it relates to the Seahawks.

The Green Bay Model & its Influence On John Schneider Part II


Why am I studying another franchise besides the Seahawks? Why have I purchased books on the Pittsburgh Steelers and plan on purchasing books on the Baltimore Ravens and other franchises? Why have I...

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