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Joshua Kasparek

  • joined Nov 02, 2009
  • last login Apr 13, 2014
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5 Obscure Names from the Seahawks Archives

5 Obscure Names from the Seahawks Archives

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The Top 5 Best Duos in Seahawks History

So in my last fanpost here, I wrote about Walter Jones and his run blocking. I also seemed to come across as minimizing Steve Hutchinson's play while doing that. The truth is, I didn't mean to do...

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Favorite Radio Call

Any of you that have followed fieldgulls through this last season have seen the dread that most collections of broadcast teams illicit from the fans. So I'll tell a little bit of a story before I...

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Walter Jones, Run Blocker

     There is a sentence that I hate that flies out of the mouthes of many seahawk fans. It's lazy and a slight to one the greatest football players to ever dawn pads. "The Seahawks can't run...

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The QB in the #6 jersey.

Charlie, I've loved you for only a few moments. I've been in absolute agony with the prospect of you failing and sinking this ship like a lead balloon every time you've had your shots. This last...

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Heart Broken

Last year, I turned off nine games because  I was angry and felt hopeless. This season I haven't turned off a single game even the blowouts because the games felt interesting for whatever reason....

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5 key contracts that decide the direction of the Seahawks.

I'd like to play a game. The rules are simple, this isn't rosterbation because I am not deciding to imagine who could come in to improve talent. Here's how this works. The current contracts must be...

Seattle Seahawks @ San Fransisco 49ers 2003

A bit of a ironic look back since Hasselbeck opened Seattle's playoff window and perhaps closed it for the last time 7 years later against the same team. Also, look for two coaches on the niner team who wind up in Seattle several years later.

Josh McDaniels is now my life coach! Hoo boy, you just can't buy intensity like a solidly executed...

Josh McDaniels is now my life coach! Hoo boy, you just can't buy intensity like a solidly executed string of F-Bombs.

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I don't care

The title and point of this post is simple. I don't care. I don't care about the future. I don't care about the playoffs. I don't care about the draft. I don't care if our coaches are the right...

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When I will push the panic button.

What a hard few days for me and for Hawk fandom. The wars have broken out and sides are now chosen. Blowouts tend to do that I suppose. I'm done however. I'm not fighting anymore battles. look,...

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Walter Jones and Russell Okung

     I don't know why my I consider my point of view to be of interest to anyone here. Be it because I have an immense and unstoppable ego or it manifests because I am a staunch counter to some...

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Quarterbacks and the West Coast Offense

The last month has been difficult. Every thread is seemingly about Quarterbacks and here I am contributing to the gluttony of QB talk that has swept field gulls and most of hawk nation. Let's face...

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7-yard run seals NFC championship for Seattle

    So of course as it tends to do here in Seahawk kingdom the arrival of a new back and a serious star in the league has every Alexander hater talking about the 3000 yards Marshawn Lynch could...

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The offense: What about Player calling?

I know that I have been a basher of Holmgren's predictable play calling and slammed his conservative and sometimes limited playbook. Now, however, it seems we've traded the focused conservative...

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The Chris Spencer question

  I won't debate my view of Chris Spencer's talent level because I think in the end I will be proven completely right. The question is, this line needs a total overhaul outside of Okung it's...

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The time to bench Hasselbeck isn't now

I know the popular reaction here. I know the idea has everyone doing cartwheels and throwing up their hands with bright neon landing lights waving, telling Pete Carroll that benching Hasselbeck now...

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Conventional wisdom: It's simple, but is it right?

     I'm often saddled with being the only person with a particular point of view on issues as it relates to mass opinion. I have been taken to task many times in my life for this, often too...

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This isn't '99: My take on Pete Carroll and the Seahawks.

I've heard this close to 20 times since Pete Carroll was announced as head coach and we began to see how this power structure would unfold. "They're giving Pete too much power." "Didn't they learn...

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Jim Mora has finally killed my desire to have him succeed.

It's simple, Mora's entire career has been excuses and blaming and psuedo shoulder of limited blame for himself. The more he speaks, the more I understand why others possibly hated him early....

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The four rules of blocking.

  The first time I was ever granted the opportunity to watch a football coach at work, the first lesson and the one that sticks with me is the coach's approach with his offensive line. I remember...

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Ray Roberts: "Enough with the built in excuses for Hasselbeck"

I usually listen to the post game show on 710 espn with Ray Roberts and crew because I never get the feeling that they are making excuses and in most cases, the discussions can be enlightening....

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I'm Seattle GM and here's my attempt to fix this team

The first thing I would accept in evaluating this team is the pure lack of talent. It's not necessarily a cut here and a move there.  A staff change yesterday. I'm about to make a statement that...

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Puting the Chris Spencer move in perspective.

I've spent the last 24 hours thinking on this more in-depth and really forgot one key reason this move makes total sense and the Timing is fine. Spencer is done in Seattle, it's simple, I said it...

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One word: Leadership

No, I'm not talking Mora, nor coaches at all. This offensive line consists of 5 guys in five cubicles executing five single jobs instead of moving together and in rhythm and with purpose. Sean...

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Putting a bow on the Hutchinson debate for hawk fans

The sad truth hawk fans, no matter how much you imagine Hutch is a hall of fame player and a playmaker and a flashy player with mean streak, if he had signed an extension with this team we aren't...

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Deon Butler, future #1 receiver in Seattle.

I think sometimes a gift or ability is so subtle, it is often overlooked, or so rare it's hard to not want the flashy more visible abilities as comfort for the "Talent:" argument of your fanbase....

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