Where AJ McCarron falls in the 2018 QB market, and why he's so interesting

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Where AJ McCarron falls in the 2018 QB market, and why he's so interesting

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The City of Seattle spent $10,000 to install a double row of stalls to provide shelter for Pike Place Market farmers and their customers. The canopy covered west side was known as "the dry row." The arcade, extending from Pike Street to Stewart Street, was ready for occupancy in early 1911. less

The City of Seattle spent $10,000 to install a double row of stalls to provide shelter for Pike Place Market farmers and their customers. The canopy covered west side was known as "the dry row." The arcade, . more

Seattle's Pike Jerseys Outlet: Cheap NFL Football Jerseys Place Market began as a jumble of farm carts, produce and shoppers on Western Avenue. Starting in 1911, farmers could set up stalls in the city's new covered arcade. The "dry row" of stalls was inside the arcade, and the "wet" stalls were outside. All stalls rented for 20 cents a day. less

Seattle's Pike Place Market began as a jumble of farm carts, produce and shoppers on Western Avenue. Starting in 1911, farmers could set up stalls in the city's new covered arcade. The "dry row" of stalls was . more

Seattle opened its public market at Pike Place in 1907 so that farmers could sell fresh eggs, dairy products, produce and other items directly to city dwellers. The Corner Market was built in 1912 across the street at the corner of First Avenue and Pike Cheap Authentic Jerseys Place. less

Seattle opened its public market at Pike Place in 1907 so that farmers could sell fresh eggs, dairy products, produce and other items directly to city dwellers. The Corner Market was built in 1912 across the . more

Japanese farmers had sold fruits and vegetables at the Pike Place Market since its opening in 1907. By the early 1920s, the area had become very crowded. Some Seattle businessmen proposed moving the farmers' market away from downtown. Maybe that's why the farmers in this 1922 photo are showing their community spirit by donating vegetables to needy local families and publicly thanking Seattleites for their business. less

Japanese farmers had sold fruits and vegetables at the Pike Place Market since its opening in 1907. By the early 1920s, the area had become very crowded. Some Seattle businessmen proposed moving the farmers' . more

Before the Pike Place Market opened in 1907, King County farmers had a harder time making a steady income. They either had to sell their produce to wholesalers or travel to town to sell directly to hotels, restaurants and residents. If no buyers were found, the fruits and vegetables were left to rot. The market, shown here in 1928, gave farmers a permanent place to sell their produce directly to Seattle buyers. less

Before the Pike Place Market opened in 1907, King County farmers had a harder time making a steady income. They either had to sell their produce to wholesalers or travel to town to sell directly to hotels, . more

Firefighters battle a fire at the Corner Market building near Pike Place Market on Dec. 15, 1941. According to the Museum of History Industry, newspapers   presumably including the P I nflshop.com   speculated that Japanese Americans started the fire, which came eight days after the Pearl Harbor raid. less

Firefighters battle a fire at the Corner Market building near Pike Place Market on Dec. 15, 1941. According to the Museum of History Industry, newspapers   presumably including the P I   speculated that . more

Photo: Seattle Post Intelligencer Archive, As Preserved By The Museum Of History Industry

Demonstrators protest the proposed demolition of Pike Place Market. A citizen initiative opposing Seattle City Council plans to replace the market with highrises won out, saving the market. Photo by Seattle Post Intelligencer photographer Timothy Eagan. less

Demonstrators protest the proposed demolition of Pike Place Market. A citizen initiative opposing Seattle City Council plans to replace the market with highrises won out, saving the market. Photo by Seattle . more

Photo: Seattle Post Intelligencer Archive, As Preserved By The Museum Of History Industry

Protesters demonstrate against the proposed demolition of Pike Place Market in 1971. Victor Steinbrueck, a leading proponent of the market's protection, is seen at the front of the march. Photo by Seattle Post Intelligencer photographer Tom Brownell. less

Protesters demonstrate against the proposed demolition of Pike Place Market in 1971. Victor Steinbrueck, a leading wholesale authentic jerseys proponent of the market's protection, is seen at the front of the march. Photo by Seattle . more

Photo: Seattle Post Intelligencer Archive, As Preserved By The Museum Of History Industry

All you beard farmers in Ballard, take note. That stuff on your face is a sad replica of real hirsute glory, seen in these 1972 musicians at the Pike Place Market. Look closely at the faces. No irony, no smugness. Just hair. And sweaters. And forget the Prius; you can't beat the yellow school bus for being cool. less

All you beard farmers in Ballard, take note. That stuff on your face is a sad replica of real hirsute glory, seen in these 1972 musicians at the Pike Place Market. Look closely at the faces. No irony, no . more

Photo: Seattle Municipal Archives

Busker Shannon Jae, of Fargo, North Dakota, sings while a woman, left, poses for a photograph at the Pike Place Market. Proposed changes for street musicians include requiring buskers to face out toward the street during high congestion times at this popular spot near Rachel the Pig and the Pike Place Fish Market. less

Busker Shannon Jae, of Fargo, North Dakota, sings while a woman, left, poses for a photograph at the Pike Place Market. Proposed changes for street musicians include requiring buskers to face out toward the . more