Even though you spelled week incorrectly, I agree:) As a powerlifter, I live and die by hamstring exercises. Another thing (which you may find more appealing) is that your quads can benefit from increased hamstring strength, but the reverse probably won’t be true.
Bottom line: Get to work on those hams.
I also agree with what’s been said about fiber differences between hams and quads. There was a time (before powerlifting) when I could do 20-rep full squats with 225, but my max was only about 300.
Also, and I’m surprised nobody has said this, is that it’s not the exercises you do so much as it is the effect. In other words, you’re not doing yourself any favors (favours?) if you are doing both squats and deads in the same manner, i.e. 6-8 reps.
To put it in perspective, what do you think is going to increase your deadlifting strength more, doing heavy squats (1-6 reps, more powerlifting style), or light deads (15+ reps)? I’ll put money on the heavy squats. It’s because it satisfies the training goal much better. The motor units recruited by each lift are similar, so you will get significant carryover.
Also, I see that you are doing absolutely no isolation or supplemental work after squatting. You may not be incorrect, but I find it peculiar. Most people don’t have perfect proportions for any exercise, so supplemental work is necessary to bring up weaknesses that don’t get addressed simply by performing the core exercise. CT has written about this.
Do you also conduct your deadlift days like this? Unless you feel that you can make strength gains indefinitely on your current program, I strongly suggest you consider your weaknesses/imbalances and add supplemental work accordingly.
My Final verdict:
Monday: Deadlift, I’ll leave the details to you but don’t go over 5-6 reps. For extra hypertrophy, I recommend doing these elevated. Use boards, a 100 lb. plate, or mats to raise your body relative to the bar, so you get a longer ROM. S-T-R-E-T-C-H those hammies out:)
Supplemental work: Could be leg curls, back extension, GHR, whatever. Just make sure it’s gonna help you toward your goal.
Thursday: Squat. Again, I’ll leave the details to you but this time do it for higher reps, or low reps for speed, or anything but the same thing you did with deads.
Supplemental work: Again, make sure it’s gonna help you toward your goal.