NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church asks the question we’ve all wondered. Who in 2005 thought LeRoy Hill would still be a Seahawks linebacker in 2012? After an impressive college career with Clemson, Hill was selected 34th in the 2005 NFL Draft by Seattle. After a knee injury sidelined vet Jamie Sharper he was thrust into the starting position along with Lofa Tatupu. He’s now a team leader.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church weigh in with his first 2012 season question marks for your Seahawks. Who will be the starting quarterback? How much playing time will Robert Turbin get? What will happen to Josh Portis? Will Bruce Irvin prove himself as a legitimate pass rusher? Will Seattle keep up with the rest of the NFC West division? Want answers? Read on…
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church tells us why Marshawn Lynch is the teams most irreplaceable player. Aka “BeastMode” scored in ten straight games in the 2012 season, Running for 1,204 yards and 12 TD’s last year. He always pushes to gain the extra yards and get the offense the first down. So much to love. Looking for Marshawn Lynch Seahawks YouTube videos? We’ve got your back.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church tells us today about what is actually going on at the 2012 Seahawks OTA’s for Phase 1, 2 and 3 minicamps. The defense is looking superb, and DC Gus Bradley says “We’re continuing to see great attitude.” Sidney Rice and Mike Williams, DB Walter Thurmond, and T James Carpenter are notable names that have yet to participate.
NWSB Insider Matt Church brings us his draft analysis from around the NFC West. Sure, we all know what the Seattle Seahawks did in the draft, but do we know how our competition is going to look next year? We do now after Matt broke it down for us here! He reviews the 49ers, Cardinals, and Rams 2012 NFL draft picks, Michael Floyd, Michael Brockers, and A.J. Jenkins the top picks.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church tells us today about what is actually going on under the hood of the Seahawks draft machine. How the brains work on Pete Carroll, and John Schneider. We know they like speed over size. 2. They trust what they see. They aren’t sold on a quarterback for the 2012 season. Listen Up Matt Flynn and Tarvaris Jackson, Russell Wilson and Josh Portis.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church reports today on the 2012 Post draft free agency draft tracker. Only four UDFAs made the team last year, so don’t expect to hear everyone’s name come September (Seattle now has a whopping 11 WRs on the roster). Remember Doug Baldwin folks? He was a UDFA in 2011. Can Jermaine Kearse, Lavasier Tunei, or Rishaw Johnson make the club?
NWSB Insider Matt Church brings us his take on possible targets for the Seattle Seahawks on Day 2 of the 2012 NFL Draft. The Seahawks got Bruce Irvin last night. They hold picks 43 (2nd round) and 75 (3rd round) today and could be looking at linebackers and offensive players according to Matt. Could the Seahawks target a Zach Brown or Mychal Kendricks or will they look offense?
NWSB insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church says say NO to drafting a quarterback in the first round Pete Carroll. Even though Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill the Most Valuable Player at the Car Care Bowl has looked good his draft status is inflated due to Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III. The Seahawks have other needs, more pass rush and linebacker help is required asap.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church tells us today regaining depth at linebacker will be key for this upcoming draft due to constant injuries for the Seahawks. LeRoy Hill, K.J. Wright, Malcolm Smith, and Matt McCoy are already here, is Luke Kuechly from Boston College on his way via the draft? We’ll know within 10 days.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church tells us today two players that could be getting some interest in Seattle for the 2012 NFL Draft. Safety Mark Barron was a superstar during his college career at Alabama, manning the National Championship defense in 2009. At 6-1, Stephon Gilmore has the ideal height to be a great NFL cornerback. Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor are shaking their heads.