After addressing their offensive line by signing Luke Joeckel last week, the Seahawks look to make an impact to their running game by signing Eddie Lacy. Adam and Brandan don’t agree that Lacy actually improves the running game as Adam thinks the money would be better put to use on the offensive line. Wayne Henderson of the Packers Fan Podcast joins the show to offer his thoughts based on what he’s seen from Lacy in his four years in Green Bay.
Adam’s belief is that there are several running backs in the draft the Seahawks could have taken a look at and brings up a running back from Oklahoma who broke all kinds of records. With all the news focusing on the unsubstantiated trade rumors, Adam decides to cook up one of his own that is just as likely as any of the rest. If you’re a writer for Bleacher Report, you’re going to want to tune in and write a story, because it’ll bring in the clicks!
Wrapping up the passionate discussion from both sides with regard to Lacy, the guys decide to put down a wager on it and our members of the flock are encouraged to get in on it, too. If you go to getintheflock.com and believe Brandan is right and Lacy will get more than 600 all-purpose yards with the team next season, join Team Cheeseburger in Paradise. If you think Lacy falls short of that number, you can join Adam and Team China Food Chubster.
Marshawn Lynch is back in the news for what is becoming an annual tradition, that he’ll return to the NFL and play for his hometown Raiders. Adam also takes a look at an article from Hawkblogger shows that shows how the Seahawks missed out on an opportunity to address the offensive line last season and how it has created a problem for this offseason.
In Do Better, Brandan looks at how the news about Richard Sherman being a potential trade option unfolded in the media while Adam addresses issues surrounding Colin Kaepernick’s situation. Better at life honors this week go to Frank Clark, who Adam now shares a new kinship with, and to a current and former Seahawks player who were both honored at this year’s 82nd Annual MTRWestern Sports Star Of The Year Awards.
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