(Isn't the offensive lineman supposed to be in front of the quarterback?) á Don't tell me you're not shocked, Seahawks fans. We reeled in one of the prizes of free agency in WR TJ Houshmandzadeh. We picked the most dynamic player in the 2009 draft when we lock up Aaron Curry at No. 4. Julian Peterson's replacement even added a new starting defensive end after a trade for Cory Redding, along with a fifth round pick that allowed us to trade up to draft speedy WR Deon Butler in round three.á We grab ex-Seahawk cornerback Ken Lucas, which allowed us to shift playmaking cornerback Josh Wilson to the nickel role. Everything was looking good. Don't tell me you weren't thinking playoff contention; we all were, whether or not you have the balls to admit it.á Even after we lost a game with half t ...
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