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Scot McCloughan

Originally posted by btthepunk:
How terrible were his drafts when he was actually the GM? The only player left from both of those drafts (2008 and 2009) is Crabtree. I credit Nolan a lot more for the 2005-2007 drafts. It was well known when Nolan was hired that York gave him final say on player personnel. In fact I believe it was Nolan who brought McCloughan in. I know it was said that Scot wanted Willis the most but it was also said that Nolan fell in love with Willis while coaching him in the Senior Bowl and wanted him badly.

I had real hope for Nolan i remember readin something about him callin out York N if he was cheap skate during a tha interview process .....
Originally posted by JTsBiggestFan:
Cue Seahawk fans dismissing McCloughan as irrelevant to the Seahawks now that he's gone, whereas a week ago he not Baalke/Nolan/Sing were responsible for building our team.
^^^
hes back on the sauce again i guess
McCloughan intends to organize his own independent scouting service, while working from home as he tends to his family matter.


Guy wants to work for himself now.
Originally posted by fanmusclecars:
McCloughan intends to organize his own independent scouting service, while working from home as he tends to his family matter.


Guy wants to work for himself now.

short walk to the fridge for a beer
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by fanmusclecars:
McCloughan intends to organize his own independent scouting service, while working from home as he tends to his family matter.


Guy wants to work for himself now.

short walk to the fridge for a beer

What's wrong with this guy now? He doesn't last long on any job.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by fanmusclecars:
McCloughan intends to organize his own independent scouting service, while working from home as he tends to his family matter.


Guy wants to work for himself now.

short walk to the fridge for a beer

What's wrong with this guy now? He doesn't last long on any job.

At least hes not driving anymore...
Originally posted by 5280High:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by fanmusclecars:
McCloughan intends to organize his own independent scouting service, while working from home as he tends to his family matter.


Guy wants to work for himself now.

short walk to the fridge for a beer

What's wrong with this guy now? He doesn't last long on any job.

At least hes not driving anymore...
LOL
His replacement? http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/10843938/jeff-ireland-former-miami-dolphins-gm-hired-seattle-seahawks-pre-draft-consultant
Originally posted by 16to87:
His replacement? http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/10843938/jeff-ireland-former-miami-dolphins-gm-hired-seattle-seahawks-pre-draft-consultant

Nice. Replace one Irish drunk with another.
Originally posted by theduke85:
Originally posted by JTsBiggestFan:
Cue Seahawk fans dismissing McCloughan as irrelevant to the Seahawks now that he's gone, whereas a week ago he not Baalke/Nolan/Sing were responsible for building our team.
^^^

Hmm, imagine it and it apparently becomes fact.

http://seahawks.net/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=92447

Attached is a thread from .Net on the feelings of hiring Jeff Ireland to replace McCloughan. Pretty much the exact opposite of your Seahawks fans predictions like usual.

Some Seahawk fans give McClouhan partial credit for your 2010 draft because he was surprisingly released just before the draft selections and appears to be part of the team that set your draft board. Another part of that has been that Baalke has yet to replicate or even come anywhere near replicating the success of that draft class.

You may also not like that Singletary also gets some credit for Harbs early success but not in the way you think. The argument is that the talent on the roster was significant and Sing did more to demoralize and diminish it than promote or build it. His demeanor was such a disciplinarian that when a players coach like Harbauigh arrived the players were extremely motivated to play for him. Having early success on the year fed into that and that year built momentum as it went on. It's not a knock on Harbaugh or his style but does acknowledge his timing in that it was a perfect storm for him to step into a talented team that was mentally beat down and ready to prove they were better than perceived.

Just some food for thought.
Originally posted by 12thfan:
Originally posted by theduke85:
Originally posted by JTsBiggestFan:
Cue Seahawk fans dismissing McCloughan as irrelevant to the Seahawks now that he's gone, whereas a week ago he not Baalke/Nolan/Sing were responsible for building our team.
^^^

Hmm, imagine it and it apparently becomes fact.

http://seahawks.net/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=92447

Attached is a thread from .Net on the feelings of hiring Jeff Ireland to replace McCloughan. Pretty much the exact opposite of your Seahawks fans predictions like usual.

Some Seahawk fans give McClouhan partial credit for your 2010 draft because he was surprisingly released just before the draft selections and appears to be part of the team that set your draft board. Another part of that has been that Baalke has yet to replicate or even come anywhere near replicating the success of that draft class.

You may also not like that Singletary also gets some credit for Harbs early success but not in the way you think. The argument is that the talent on the roster was significant and Sing did more to demoralize and diminish it than promote or build it. His demeanor was such a disciplinarian that when a players coach like Harbauigh arrived the players were extremely motivated to play for him. Having early success on the year fed into that and that year built momentum as it went on. It's not a knock on Harbaugh or his style but does acknowledge his timing in that it was a perfect storm for him to step into a talented team that was mentally beat down and ready to prove they were better than perceived.

Just some food for thought.

2010 draft got davis, iupati and bowman. 2011 got aldon kaepernick cully hunter and miller. i dont care where you come off on some of the players of their off the field issues, to say he hasnt come even remotely close to replicating the 2010 draft is laughable.
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by 12thfan:
Originally posted by theduke85:
Originally posted by JTsBiggestFan:
Cue Seahawk fans dismissing McCloughan as irrelevant to the Seahawks now that he's gone, whereas a week ago he not Baalke/Nolan/Sing were responsible for building our team.
^^^

Hmm, imagine it and it apparently becomes fact.

http://seahawks.net/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=92447

Attached is a thread from .Net on the feelings of hiring Jeff Ireland to replace McCloughan. Pretty much the exact opposite of your Seahawks fans predictions like usual.

Some Seahawk fans give McClouhan partial credit for your 2010 draft because he was surprisingly released just before the draft selections and appears to be part of the team that set your draft board. Another part of that has been that Baalke has yet to replicate or even come anywhere near replicating the success of that draft class.

You may also not like that Singletary also gets some credit for Harbs early success but not in the way you think. The argument is that the talent on the roster was significant and Sing did more to demoralize and diminish it than promote or build it. His demeanor was such a disciplinarian that when a players coach like Harbauigh arrived the players were extremely motivated to play for him. Having early success on the year fed into that and that year built momentum as it went on. It's not a knock on Harbaugh or his style but does acknowledge his timing in that it was a perfect storm for him to step into a talented team that was mentally beat down and ready to prove they were better than perceived.

Just some food for thought.

2010 draft got davis, iupati and bowman. 2011 got aldon kaepernick cully hunter and miller. i dont care where you come off on some of the players of their off the field issues, to say he hasnt come even remotely close to replicating the 2010 draft is laughable.

2013.
Originally posted by 12thfan:
Some Seahawk fans give McClouhan partial credit for your 2010 draft because he was surprisingly released just before the draft selections and appears to be part of the team that set your draft board. Another part of that has been that Baalke has yet to replicate or even come anywhere near replicating the success of that draft class.
Some NFL fans give PED's more credit for guys like Sherman et al than the Seattle front office.
Originally posted by 12thfan:
Hmm, imagine it and it apparently becomes fact.

http://seahawks.net/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=92447

Attached is a thread from .Net on the feelings of hiring Jeff Ireland to replace McCloughan. Pretty much the exact opposite of your Seahawks fans predictions like usual.

Some Seahawk fans give McClouhan partial credit for your 2010 draft because he was surprisingly released just before the draft selections and appears to be part of the team that set your draft board. Another part of that has been that Baalke has yet to replicate or even come anywhere near replicating the success of that draft class.

You may also not like that Singletary also gets some credit for Harbs early success but not in the way you think. The argument is that the talent on the roster was significant and Sing did more to demoralize and diminish it than promote or build it. His demeanor was such a disciplinarian that when a players coach like Harbauigh arrived the players were extremely motivated to play for him. Having early success on the year fed into that and that year built momentum as it went on. It's not a knock on Harbaugh or his style but does acknowledge his timing in that it was a perfect storm for him to step into a talented team that was mentally beat down and ready to prove they were better than perceived.

Just some food for thought.




I knew the Seahawks players were downing the PED's, I didn't know that the fans were taking crack doe.