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Seahawks, Carroll must find way to keep Tom Cable
Since UCLA fired head coach Rick Neuheisel, the rumors that UCLA and Tom Cable are mutually interested in one another is something that should be disturbing to Seahawks fans.
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  • Seahawks314 wrote...
    Should be top priority
    What Tom Cable has done for the O line and in turn the running game is amazing. Time to do what it takes to keep Tom Cable with the Seahawks as a solid foundation for a few seasons to come. It should be the number one priority.
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  • artimus wrote...
    I couldn't agree more
    Cable needs to stay. Pay the man! I'm sick of crap O lines since Hutch flew the coop. If Cable goes I'm awfully close to losing what little faith I have in the Hawks' organization.
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  • igotanopinion wrote...
    Fire Bevel
    And give Cable full authority over the offense. Give him a big payday and keep the man here. We cant afford to lose him. I agree that this speaks volumes to what kind of coach Carroll is. We are definitely moving in the right direction.
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  • clevesside wrote...
    With all the injuries on the line....
    .....can anyone find a definitive reason? The impact of the lock-out? Conditioning (Cable has SOME responsiblity but not entirely)? Bop till you Drop? Obama healthcare (some would say)?? Whatssup with the hurts??! Birds are doing all that's right but paying the price, man.
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  • Hawkman wrote...
    Injuries.. second year
    I think it has to do with the zone blocking that they started using last year. Where they chop block and go for the legs. They practice it every day. Guys are rolling up on other guys legs and the knees are getting taken out. The peck injuries are a mystery. Must be something to do with the conditioning. The weekend turned out pretty good. Not going to talk playoffs, but all the teams in front of us in the wildcard lost today. We were 2 games out as of the start of the day, due to our conference record. Who knows. We should have beaten the Skins. That one hurt. We have to win out. Going to to play the Bears in their house will be tough. Then SF, should be interesting. We'll see. Go Hawks!
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  • clevesside wrote...
    On to Chicago...
    ..Forte is out and Bears down to 3rd/4th depth QB- who will start? who WOULD start for the Bears?! Yogi or Smoky?? We have a chance if the execution is there. Let's Go SeaBirds!
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  • clevesside wrote...
    Check that schedule again.....
    ..not the Bears, my bad. Too bad...
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  • Hawkin wrote...
    Set the Cable Pound The Rock
    If Tebow can make a playoff run the hawks can rush the ball. Its like 1983 again. Would love to see Big Red Bryant in the back field in a goal line situation. Against the bears at soldier field in the snow to make the playoffs? Then destroy the Raiders in the Super Bowl. One game at a time right? Cable first.
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  • Hawkin wrote...
    Set the Cable Pound the Rock
    If Tebow can make a playoff run the hawks can be a running team. Its like 1983 again. I would love to Big Red Bryant in the back field in a goal line situation. In the snow at soldier field to make the playoff? Then destroy the Raiders in the super bowl. One game at a time right. Cable first agreed.
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  • Mr Fish wrote...
    Unless I'm mistaken
    Cable already has full authority for the offense, although Bevell calls the plays. Perhaps the best way to convince him to stay is to point out that the job's not done until the Seahawks win a Super Bowl? Players like Gallery will run through brick walls for Cable. I have a hunch that Cable would do the same for them, and therefore that he'll stick around to help them get to the big show. I don't think he lobbied to bring in guys like Gallery and Miller, and to draft Carpenter and Moffitt, only to run out on them after a single year.
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  • Mr Fish wrote...
    False alarm?
    This Orange County Register story says Cable "won't be considered" for the UCLA job: http://www.ocregister.com/sports/coach-329816-ucla-conference.html
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