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Postby The Guru » Fri Oct 07, 2005 10:50 pm

Reincry wrote:I'd love to know more about Hackett. Sleeper?
he sucked as a jet as few years when they were expecting big things from him.

i say he has no value. sea will just run more.

engram could have a solid year if djax is out for a long time. i like fb would like to know if there is any info on engrams return date.
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Postby Mercer Boy » Fri Oct 07, 2005 10:57 pm

Well, they haven't said yet. He has cracked ribs, and I'm sure that is not very pleasant. In fact, I'm fairly certain that it's a pretty painful injury. Playing and getting drilled in said ribs would probably be a bad thing.

I haven't heard anything about his status for next week, but I bet it's not all that great.
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Postby KingJ » Fri Oct 07, 2005 11:40 pm

he sucked as a jet as few years when they were expecting big things from him.


You must be thinking of someone else. D.J. Hackett was drafted by the Seahawks and this is only his second year in the league.
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Postby MickDaddy » Fri Oct 07, 2005 11:53 pm

[quote="Mercer Boy"]Well, they haven't said yet. He has cracked ribs, and I'm sure that is not very pleasant. In fact, I'm fairly certain that it's a pretty painful injury. Playing and getting drilled in said ribs would probably be a bad thing.


I've had both broken and cracked ribs and I'm here to tell ya, it hurts worse than getting kicked in the twins with a steel-toed boot!
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Postby taw856 » Sat Oct 08, 2005 12:32 am

As a D-Jax owner, I'd like to see someone address more specifically what this means for D-Jax owners. i.e. do I drop him, or do I hold on to him for the playoffs and try to make adjustments in the meantime. What kind of effectiveness can a guy coming off that kind of injury bring come week 15, etc.?
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Postby The_Commish » Sat Oct 08, 2005 12:52 am

MickDaddy wrote: it hurts worse than getting kicked in the twins with a steel-toed boot!
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Postby awwchrist » Sat Oct 08, 2005 1:35 am

My outlook: The wrong play is to assume Seattle will run to compensate.

Over the course of the game, sure ...maybe. Significantly? No. Seattle has and will always set the run up with the pass. First and foremost.

I think Holmgren won't let this dismay him from letting Hass get the ball into the air. Holmgren's not going to hide Hackett or Joey by running the ball down the Rams throats. He's going to let hass work the clock with Joey and Stevens and Alexander out of the backfield (something that hasn't been done at ALL this year).

Forget Warrick on the outside streaking with his speed. Hass doesn't have the long ball accuracy to accomodate those throws. Frankly, those aren't in our playbook. Hackett's probably getting the start on the outside so Warrick can play the slot and use his speed to drag LBs and safeties out and clear space for Stevens and Joey in his wake. That's just my guess.

Hell, Holmgren may not even have the chance to run it if he wanted to with the distinct possibility of STL getting a 14 point lead sometime in the game. Our secondary has been CRAP this year.
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Postby The Guru » Sat Oct 08, 2005 3:08 am

KingJ wrote:
he sucked as a jet as few years when they were expecting big things from him.


You must be thinking of someone else. D.J. Hackett was drafted by the Seahawks and this is only his second year in the league.

your right, i'm thinking of a different hackett, my mistake.
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Postby moonhead » Sat Oct 08, 2005 7:43 am

peter warrick hold much value yet?
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Postby BigMusky » Sat Oct 08, 2005 8:19 am

PACKman1144 wrote:
iloveny18 wrote:tough news for us d-jax owners, fortunately enough i traded for wr depth before that. I do hope he goes through the surgery so he can be back for the fantasy playoffs. it's a shame though all those easy games.....


Right there with you, glad I made this huge trade. The thing is now my WR's are so good that Djax is on my bench, so I'm not fretting.

Try TO, Holt, and Horn on for size


Considering Horn is out as well...maybe you should fret.
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