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    Re: Seahawks Release Owen Schmitt

    Dream on folks. In case you just woke up, Brewce "Screw-us" Arains is STILL our OC. No doubt Schmitt will improve one of our rival opponents while we keep using te's in the backfield in some bizarro sets which waste #83's hands of soft cotton balls layered with contact cement. Your vision's of a big bruising FB pancaking Ray Lewis out of the gap as Delicious rus'Hard menden'Haul glides though the clearing behind him are sure nice to daydream about

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    Re: Seahawks Release Owen Schmitt

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    I can't believe that you guys used the words Fullback and Arians in the same sentence....

    good point, don't you guys know that Bruce Arians doesn't believe in Fullbacks?
    And yet Carey Davis remains gainfully employed. For whatever reason, Arians is not a fan of true lead-blocking FB's like we used during Bettis' prime. He likes multi-dimensional FB's who can run a bit, catch a bit, act as a 3rd TE if needed, etc. Schmitt meets all of those Arians' criteria.

    yeah, when you're a FB and you have to block Ray Lewis who is filling the hole it helps to be a "multi-dimensional FB who can run a bit, catch a bit, act as a 3rd TE if needed, etc."

    how about you know how to block?

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    Re: Seahawks Release Owen Schmitt

    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel
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    I can't believe that you guys used the words Fullback and Arians in the same sentence....

    good point, don't you guys know that Bruce Arians doesn't believe in Fullbacks?
    And yet Carey Davis remains gainfully employed. For whatever reason, Arians is not a fan of true lead-blocking FB's like we used during Bettis' prime. He likes multi-dimensional FB's who can run a bit, catch a bit, act as a 3rd TE if needed, etc. Schmitt meets all of those Arians' criteria.

    yeah, when you're a FB and you have to block Ray Lewis who is filling the hole it helps to be a "multi-dimensional FB who can run a bit, catch a bit, act as a 3rd TE if needed, etc."

    how about you know how to block?
    Um he can block...
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    Re: Seahawks Release Owen Schmitt

    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel
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    I can't believe that you guys used the words Fullback and Arians in the same sentence....

    good point, don't you guys know that Bruce Arians doesn't believe in Fullbacks?
    Based on Art Rooney II's comments if Bruce Arians wants to stay gainfully employed by the Pittsburgh Steelers he needs to find a way to run the ball more effectively. A blocking fullback is a step in the right direction.

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    Re: Seahawks Release Owen Schmitt

    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel
    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel
    Quote Originally Posted by NW Steeler
    I can't believe that you guys used the words Fullback and Arians in the same sentence....

    good point, don't you guys know that Bruce Arians doesn't believe in Fullbacks?
    And yet Carey Davis remains gainfully employed. For whatever reason, Arians is not a fan of true lead-blocking FB's like we used during Bettis' prime. He likes multi-dimensional FB's who can run a bit, catch a bit, act as a 3rd TE if needed, etc. Schmitt meets all of those Arians' criteria.

    yeah, when you're a FB and you have to block Ray Lewis who is filling the hole it helps to be a "multi-dimensional FB who can run a bit, catch a bit, act as a 3rd TE if needed, etc."

    how about you know how to block?
    I didn't say that I necessarily agree with it...I just know what Arians tends to like...


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    Re: Seahawks Release Owen Schmitt

    We passed on the last player to come out of Seattle, Leonard Weaver, who had a fairly successful campaign with the Eagles. Now out comes Holy Schmitt. Is St. Arians brother the OC for the Seahags? Lets not remind them they havent had a RB since Alexander...maybe they will keep blaming their FBs for their lack of a running game and drop them into the FA pile every year!
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    Re: Seahawks Release Owen Schmitt

    I haven't had a chnace to look today but has anything been officially announced yet?


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    Re: Seahawks Release Owen Schmitt

    I would bring him in for a look.

    But don't forget about PSU McHugh.

    He was on IR and is a good lead blocker/receiving threat. (just not much of a runner).
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    Re: Seahawks Release Owen Schmitt

    No thanks...I wonder why he is being let go?
    Maybe Seattle is moving in our direction and wants to actually move the ball down the field and score points? LOL!!!

    and he is from WVU... does he have off-field issue's?
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