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May 6, 2016

The Seahawks changed up in the NFL draft this year and showed they do care about the offensive line by taking a lineman in the first round for the first time since 2011. While the team made Adam happy with the offensive line picks, Brandan wonders if John Schneider was specifically trolling Adam by taking not just one running back, not to backs, but three running backs.  The guys get into a discussion about how the offensive line in shaping up with three new draft picks and where it sounds like those players are going to be competing.

One particular guy of intrigue from the draft is the tight end from Ohio State nicknamed Baby Gronk and there's specific audio and responses to some questions that show exactly why he fits that description well. Both guys like the team's sixth round pick and was a guy the Seahawks had targeted as a player they just couldn't come out of the draft without.

By the end of the show you'll know about who the Seahawks feel was the best run stopping defensive tackle in the draft, the best blocking tight end, the wide receiver with the best hands, and the running back who is the best at Irish dance.

In the final segment of the show, Adam talks about the issue of online abuse of sports reporters and how the latest story missing the bigger picture by focusing on a particular group of reporters. Brandan's do better topic focuses on a civics lesson for Seahawks fans. Better at life nominees go to Kobe Bryant for saving a giant potato and Richard Sherman for having a little fun behind the wheel.

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