Seahawks Engram out 2 months or so

Babe_Ruth

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This is a huge lost for the Seahawks, Engram is defenitely there best receiver and not having him will hurt the passing game.

As for Nate Burleson, I've pretty much given up on him. I'll always thought he would break out, but he's always disapointed me. Maybe now that he has to be the number one receiver and he knows that most of the throws will be to him he can step up. But I don't see it happening.
 

Millz

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This is a huge lost for the Seahawks, Engram is defenitely there best receiver and not having him will hurt the passing game.

As for Nate Burleson, I've pretty much given up on him. I'll always thought he would break out, but he's always disapointed me. Maybe now that he has to be the number one receiver and he knows that most of the throws will be to him he can step up. But I don't see it happening.
Too many people are overrating Burleson in fantasy drafts this year I think. Since he IS the number one guy he's going to be covered a ton since there are no other options.

The S'Hawks better hope Julius Jones figures his shit out or they may struggle to score this year.
 

Swiftstrike

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Nate Burleson was a fantasy sleeper a couple years back. He never woke up and has a mediocre career thusfar.

Engram is old I am surprised he hasn't retired...Branch was the young gun they were bringing to bolster up the offense...he needs to stay healthy.