Part 2 of the Origin Story Seahawks fans won't want to miss: Seaside Joe 1593
Diggs is just so Seahawky. Love the way he plays, thinks and comports himself.
Quandre is one cool dude. I have mentioned this a couple of times. I believe Jordan Brooks was wearing a mic, and Quandre could be heard saying I just can't push off on my right leg. This was early season game 6 or there abouts, but he made a big hit. The second half of last year we got to see the real Quandre Diggs. Without a doubt one of John Schneiders best trade steals. Diggs is a leader of men mostly because he has believed that he would be right where he is, from childhood, an NFL Pro Bowler. If we can get Jamal Adams back to full strength add in a very good Julian Love and Witherspoon, the Hawks are going to have the hardest hitting back end in the league. Mike Jackson is also a hitter, this will rub off on Riq who hasn't been that keen to tackle but did make 42 last year. Pete is putting together his secondary one that will give the Dline 1 or maybe 2 more seconds to get to the QB. Speaking of put together well, is this story written by our Seaside Skipper.!
Can't believe this only costs me $5 / month
The Seahawks Man 2 Man podcast interview with Diggs is well-worth digging up, especially for his explanation of why INTs that look easy actually aren’t. QD is well-spoken and thoughtful, and Mike and Chris give him room to speak. Suffice to say that he doesn’t have much good to say about Matt Patricia (“I’ve had two great coaches and one s****y coach.”)!
Quentin Jammer is as good a name for a DB as Mack Strong is for an FB!
I guess teams are generally justified recruiting standout athletes i.e. pure athleticism. But fortunately, there are always guys like Quandre to screw up that easy thinking. Recruiting or trading well is also about football pedigree, skills, fearlessness, and intensity.
Diggs is such a good fit for the Hawks!