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    Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    Browns traded Frye to Seattle this morning. That was quick. Enter Brady Quinn as starter very soon in Cleveland.

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    I guess Seneca will be more of a receiver now. Hopefully he gets to play more.



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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    I'd love to see Seneca as a starting quarterback somewhere else, but if he's staying with Seattle, I would much rather see what he can do on the field in another position, rather than just riding the bench and playing preseason.



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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    I'm not sure that means Quinn gets the job quicker, they just saw that they no longer had any plans for Frye and wanted to get something for him while they still could.

    IMO, I still think they shouldn't play Quinn until a few more weeks - wait until that brutal stretch is done. A good coach doesn't change his entire philosophy on when to put a new player in just after one week of football - that would be a knee-jerk reaction.

    As far as Seneca - FINALLY! I do hope they're bringing in Frye for that purpose - to allow Seneca to get on the field.



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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    They got Frye to be their third stringer I'm pretty sure. Seattle is pretty high on Seneca. If Hasselbeck goes down, they have faith in Seneca to get the job done.

    Poor Charlie Frye...he's a joke.


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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    Quote Originally Posted by SouthCyder View Post
    They got Frye to be their third stringer I'm pretty sure.
    Yep, Seattle released third string scrub David Greene during final cuts so they needed a third QB.



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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    Quote Originally Posted by SouthCyder View Post
    They got Frye to be their third stringer I'm pretty sure. Seattle is pretty high on Seneca. If Hasselbeck goes down, they have faith in Seneca to get the job done.

    Poor Charlie Frye...he's a joke.
    Quote Originally Posted by C.John View Post
    Yep, Seattle released third string scrub David Greene during final cuts so they needed a third QB.



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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    I know, I'd love to see Seneca on the field more too...but he's only a decent receiver on a team with already good receivers. He's a better QB than he is a receiver.


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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    Quote Originally Posted by SouthCyder View Post
    They got Frye to be their third stringer I'm pretty sure. Seattle is pretty high on Seneca. If Hasselbeck goes down, they have faith in Seneca to get the job done.
    yeah seneca is quite a bit better than frye...and i dont think they would give their 3rd string qb a 2 yr $6 million extension. too bad seneca didnt go to the browns in the trade...



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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    I'd love to see Seneca on the field more!!




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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    I believe Holmgren has hinted that Seneca is the best WR on the roster. He previously wanted another QB as insurance if Seneca were to play another position and get hurt, thus leaving the Seahawks without a quality backup.



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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    Seattle lost one of their WRs to injury Sunday (Hackett) so I'm guessing this will enable Seneca to be their #3 or #4 WR until they get healthy again. I'm with 22, I want to see the man on the field making plays.



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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    Someone give Holmgren a call, if he won't use Seneca - we'd like to!

    Somehow, Pollard aught to be able to figure out how to squeeze out an extra 10 or so years of eligibility for #15...



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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    i dont think seneca would be better than branch but he could be a solid #2. the problem then becomes...if he is a WR who is going to throw him the ball. sure not hasselbeck.



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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    They need to trade Seneca to Miami, that would be a dream come true, a good QB in miami, has not happend since Marino left.


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    Re: Looks like Seneca is no longer a 2nd string QB

    Quote Originally Posted by brianhos View Post
    They need to trade Seneca to Miami, that would be a dream come true, a good QB in miami, has not happend since Marino left.
    Pfffffffft.

    Brian Griese
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    I mean, what more do you want?



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