View Full Version : Would Bates consider Seau?
I'm not sure if Seau was in Miami when Bates was there but I understand Seau is a free agent. I'm curious to know if Bates seriously considered him or if he believes Seau is done.
05-11-2007, 11:13 PM
He's pulled a Lynch, but he's done IMO. NO.
05-12-2007, 12:12 AM
Seau's whole game was based on his ridiculous athletic ability. When he was still with the Bolts...the Rat would take advantage of Seau's penchant to ignore his assignments at least once a game. The yardage would be huge. But overall his natural ability was so gross that even when he was seemingly a mile out of position...he'd still make or at least be in on the play.
I don't know that there's a backer in the league today that could sniff Seau (in his prime) in terms of pure athleticism. Urlacher doesn't come close.
I think he's done. He's made some good money in football...has a thriving sports bar here in Mission Valley...and if Billy Ray Smith can get a job in the media on John Lynch's station...Seau can blow it up.
I hated his bs celebrations after routine plays...always after miraculously coming back from an injury...but the guy was/is a fantastic football player.
Billy Clyde Puckett
05-12-2007, 12:35 AM
One of the most over rated players in history. He is done.