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Bruce Irvin Goes #15 To The Seahawks?!

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HAH! They coulda had Coples or Ingram or Jones but took Irvin. Some guy just won a lot of $50 bets... shocker of the draft. Two years in a row now, Seahawks are making a habit of extreme reaches in the 1st.

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HAH! They coulda had Coples or Ingram or Jones but took Irvin. Some guy just won a lot of $50 bets... shocker of the draft. Two years in a row now, Seahawks are making a habit of extreme reaches in the 1st.

yeah i was suprised a little by this pick, but then again, maybe they saw something we didnt in him

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probably one of the worst picks ever. could have had him easily in the second

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Wasn't a reach if they were drafting for ugliest player ever.

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Wasn't a reach if they were drafting for ugliest player ever.

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he goes well with marshawn lynch in that department

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VERVE. I am not paying you. Go Fug yourself.

bets a bet pay the man

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HAH! They coulda had Coples or Ingram or Jones but took Irvin. Some guy just won a lot of $50 bets... shocker of the draft. Two years in a row now, Seahawks are making a habit of extreme reaches in the 1st.

This isnt a reach. Dude is a FREAK of a OLB prospect. One of the best pass rushers in the draft with some crazy speed.

If this dudes learns how to play OLB he is gonna be a straight BEAST!

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Mixson was on the radio this morning and he said he overheard Hurney and Rivera talking about the pick. Apparently they had him around 15 as well so from their perspective it wasn't a reach at all.

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If we had ended up trading down around there and took Bruce freaking Irvin, with Coples, Ingram, Jones still on the board I would have had to get a new chair because I would have literally shat myself. Despite my disappointment with our pick at #9 at the time, I've been able to talk myself into it, at least Luke's a good football player not just a good athlete. Irvin at #15 would have made Al Davis go "damn, that was a reach."

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