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Seahawks: TJ Housmandzadeh Claims He Will Catch 100 Passes

GLENDALE, AZ - NOVEMBER 15:  Wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh #84 of the Seattle Seahawks bobbles the ball while being covered by Bryant McFadden #25 of the Arizona Cardinals in the second half at University of Phoenix Stadium on November 15, 2009 in Glendale, Arizona. Houshmandzadeh made the catch but was ruled out of bounds on the play. The Cardinals defeated the Seahawks 31-20.  (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
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12th Man RisingContributor IAugust 16, 2016

Oh boy this is deja vu all over again…

Last season we were breaking in Jim Mora to replace the irreplaceable Mike Holmgren, had reeled in the prize of free agency, and all of the talk was about how the Seahawks were a team poised to make a quick turn a round.

We all know how that turned out.

Fast forward to the present; we have a brand new regime, a rockstar head coach, and optimism among the 12th Man that hasn’t died down despite nine wins the past two seasons.

Even Peter King put us at No. 11 in his power rankings.

Well that aforementioned “prize of free agency” has gone on record saying once again he will be among the most productive wide receivers in the league.

Where did I hear this before…?

Oh yeah, when...

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