Will the Seahawks forge a championship identity in 2017?

Will the Seahawks forge a championship identity in 2017?

Postautor: Angel92 » 8 sie 2017, o 04:01

Every team has an identity, a personality. Every winning http://www.authentic49ersshop.com/shop-by-players-aaron-lynch-jersey-c-1_3.html team, at least. Will the Seahawks have a winning identity in 2017?
In my latest book, due out this September called “Native Truth”, I discuss the importance of personal identity and how it plays a huge role in our success. I believe the team identity of the Seahawks and their continued success is just as important.
The onset of a few shoving matches led up to the climax of Frank Clark’s fist to Germaine Ifedi’s jaw. How will the physical altercations play a role in the team’s identity?
For one, I would argue that finding their team identity is one of the major question marks going into this season. Can we still say that this team is a smash-mouth, “I love you brother” team after all of the extracurricular differences between the defense and the offense last season? I don’t think we can say that is who we are. It definitely is who we were.
When Schneider and Carroll drafted our current core group of players, they all came in with the proverbial chip on their shoulder. Schneider loves getting guys that others may have tossed to the side to pull out the gangster in his players. See: Dion Jordan, Luke Joekel, Marcus Smith and to some extent the culprit in the recent fistfight, Frank Clark).
Then their rookie contracts begin to run out. Big money contract extensions started to happen. The team started having disgruntled players, even http://www.authenticbroncosshop.com/shop-by-players-hoodie-c-1_54.html to the point of holding out (see Kam Chancellor’s 2015 season). The Percy Harvin situation blew up. Golden Tate left the team and had some choice words about the organization.
How Much Did Money Really Play A Role?
Contract demands for more money. Demands for more respect. There was less of the chip on the shoulder, less giving and less forgiving. A “win at all costs” mentality arose. What I’m describing here wasn’t even a glimmer in the eyes of the 2010-2013 teams. That’s when the team had that hunger, that drive to learn, that willingness to play FOR the man next to them.
I honestly believe their current mantra of “win for my brothers” is just that; a mantra. I don’t see that they truly believe their identity is to “give at all costs”, to make sure they play for their brother on the team.
The Seahawks decided to not extend contracts for some vocal leaders, Bruce Irvin and Brandon Mebane. How did the team really react to that? Sure, we heard the “this game is a business” line that each of the core guys gave the media. But how does a man play for his brother when daddy decides to kick his brother out?
Furthermore, who guided our young players Travis Frederick Kids Jersey through all of the “the game is just a business” transactions? Did they get any veteran leadership advice to help Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, Russell Wilson, Doug Baldwin and especially Richard Sherman through it?
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