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2011 Seahawk Defense - Most Physical Ever?
When it comes to physical players - guys that will bloody your nose - we may be looking at the most physical Seahawks defense ever right now.
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  • rajuseattle wrote...
    In my 10 yrs of following of Seattle Seahawks....
    YES..the 2011 Defence stands out and they look very physical. Our oppositions no longer consider Seahawks as Pew pew soft defence. We are a hard hitting defence now and after adding another young DE to support Chris Clemons we would be considered one of the best in the NFL. At this time Raheem Brock looks too slow and lost his speed. We r more physical now and started to gain some identity in the NFL circles.
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  • NWGUY wrote...
    I'm old, but the 1984 Defense was tough too
    Don't you remember?
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  • Saltchucker wrote...
    Yeah, Crush the crush!
    Those ground Chuck teams played in a different era. No mention of Kenny Easly? He hit so hard it shortened his own carreer! With the fines and the concussion issues and the new CBA limiting practice time, looking back to when teams could actually be hard nosed and tough on the gridiron will be the norm.
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  • Msimeona34 wrote...
    RE: Yeah, Crush the crush!
    Kenny Easley is mentioned in the article a couple times. Not sure who Kenny Easly is though.
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  • Oregon Duck fan wrote...
    I would...
    but I wasnt born yet :o) Anyways Pete and John have built this football team into a bully! I mean really even on offense: O line has taken to Cables personality (nasty), Mike williams is a Goliath of a man even if hes not catching the rock very much this year, and of course theres beast mode whom nobody on the opponents defense wants to tackle. Like I said this football team is one big bully! I like it
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  • GoSeaHox wrote...
    This Makes Me Laugh
    Regarding Kam Chancellor: "The threat of one of his bone-jarring tackles has discouraged many a quarterback to throw across the middle of the field." It's like Kam hits the receiver so hard, the QB gets injured. XD
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  • clevesside wrote...
    Also to be included for this year's All Time Defense Group....
    ...let us not forget Chris "Crunch" Clemons, who's made (and left) a mark on many a o-line and QB. He's oily and quick going thru an O-line, and squishy-like and focused in this case are great!
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  • clevesside wrote...
    Didn't Ken Easley run a car dealership??
    ...that must be the famous guy, but only after he retired.....
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  • 333 wrote...
    Dave!
    The most physical "player" ever was Kenny Easley! It is absolutely shamefull he's not in the ring of honor!! "No, I'm not the best who ever was, Kenny Easley is"-Ronnie Lott. "His team loves him, other teams want absolutely nothing to do with him!"-SI 1984. When you go up against Kenny, you loose"- Bo Jackson.
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  • ronzilla wrote...
    One of Kenny Easley's peers once said:
    Playing against Kennt is like to to sandpaper a bobcat's anus in a telephone booth.

    'Nuff said!

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  • ronzilla wrote...
    Note to webmaster:
    Bring this website into the 21'st century and add an ability to edit our own posts so that we can correct errors.
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  • Hawkman wrote...
    There were some very good defenses..
    but, this group I must say , is a collective group of rough necks. I really like watching this group and the rest of the league is quickly recognizing this. The respect factor is growing by the week. Everyone one of these guys are hard hitting and finish plays. We had several stars in the past, C. Kennedy, K. Easley to state a few. But, none that I can remember as a group like this one. I have been watching since the expansion started. I am really excited for this team if they can continue to grow. The D will be the identity for this team. If the offense can start contributing effectively we will be looking at lot of playoff games in the future and the possibility of a SB. These guys are doing things the right way and in rapid fashion. I love it and have been waiting for a long time to see them come around. Thanks to the ownership for the many great years of entertainment.
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  • Toughact52 wrote...
    Without Question.....
    Dave, That 92 team had some really nasty & hard hitting players,But like the NWGUY said,I also remember that 84 team that had 3 or 4 shut-out games that year on their way to the AFC Championship game.However, I'm really impressed with this group of young ,fast& hard hitting defensive unit. I've been waiting for YEARS for a COACH who would come in here with a DEFENCE FIRST MENTALITY. FINALLY it's HERE! Our Defence has gone up against some of the BEST O-Lines in the league and have held their own. Being PHYSICAL gets people's ATTENTION! MOST PHYSICAL? IMO their right up there. NO more soft defences, When teams come into OUR HOUSE NOW, They know that it's going to be a physical knock-out fight! It's about time!
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  • Toughact52 wrote...
    I second that motion ronzilla...
    Nobody here is a perfect speller. They need to get w/ the program.
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