View Full Version : weigert done for the year

12-24-2004, 01:13 AM
He hasn't been too bad this year, it's to bad he's gone down. Will anyone step up and prove themselves in his place? Now is the time for Weary/Washington and company to prove themselves worthy of sticking around. We need more depth at o-line to create more competition and to maybe have some young talent emerge to solidify our line for the fututre. We haven't spent many 2-4 round picks on young lineman to develop. What do you think?

12-24-2004, 01:33 AM
I think our O-line is below average to start with and losing a starter only makes us worse. Washington :slap: did terrible in the Bears game, but maybe he was touched by the hand of God (or something), and he will magically dominate the line of scrimmage on Sunday. :sumo:

12-24-2004, 02:29 AM
I know our line is horrible and our back ups aren't any good. It was just wishful thinking that someone would step it up. Hopefully they'll go after a lineman in the draft not through free agency unless it's a pro-bowler which won't happen.

12-24-2004, 12:49 PM
well it could happen with all the mess that seattle has gotten themselves into they have their top three offensive players becoming unrestricted free agents at season's end...including walter jones...who i don't believe they'll franchise again...picking to franchise their QB hasselback...or alexander...opening the door for us to sweep in and grab jones...which would solidfy our left side...and end the search for a dominant LT...as for the backups...i would start thinking about drafting some young gaurds if i was casserly...weary hasn't shown much promise and neither has brown...our only real dependable back up in my mind is marcus spears