NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again brings you Monday Morning Quarterback! Breaking down yesterday’s Vikings vs. Hawks game. Brett points out it was more than fun to finally see Percy Harvin take the field for Seattle. Harvin returned that kick 58-yards which put the Seahawks in position to attack the field on offense, even with such little time remaining. Also Seeing Russell Okung, Breno Giacomini and Harvin on the field Sunday was a wonderful sight.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brian Scott gives us a look at the historic season that the team is having in 2013. Although it was short-lived, the NFL decible record once belonged to the 12th man. This team has never in franchise history been 9-1, but that changed this year. Russell Wilson is on pace to set the record for wins as a starting quarterback in his first two season. What will come next? The city’s first Lombardi trophy?
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell weighs in with his weekly Hawks week that was piece. Tough win eh? Again the Seahawks went to the brink against a far inferior team, only to come away with another W. These close games aren’t as fun as people say they are. Russell Wilson led the charge once again and Marshawn Lynch had a beastly game on the ground. Jermaine Kearse fumbled, but made up for it with a nice TD grab…
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell weighs in with his weekly Hawks week that was piece. Tough win eh? If it wasn’t bad enough that our O line couldn’t protect our stars, the D line seemed to be just as bad. The Rams did whatever they wanted on the ground to the Hawks all game long, except when it counted. Russell Wilson ran for his life. Golden Tate taunted his way to a huge TD. Paul McQuistan couldn’t block anyone…
NWSB newcomer and Seattle Seahawks blogger Danielle Campoamor is no stranger to fandom. Today she tells her fellow 12s how to become better Hawks fans. She sarcastically points out nothing says, “I’m here for the cute guys and couldn’t care less about the game” like commenting on Percy Harvin’s amazing week 7 performance, OR who can’t come back until week 13 thanks to a torn ligament in his left big toe…Russell Okung.
Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell brings us a piece on the return of not one, but two Seahawks players this coming Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Both Chris Clemons and Brandon Browner make their season debuts for the Hawks. Clinton thinks this is the perfect game for both to get things started as the Jags are the worst team offensively in the league. Hopefully this will be a day full of three and outs, and will save the extra stress to the legs of these two untested guys.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens will weigh in each week with his blue print for a Seahawks win on Sunday. This week it’s a bit of a homecoming for a few players as the Hawks host the Jacksonville Jaguars. Brett says this game should be a walk in the park with the Hawks taking down the Jags by a score of 35-3, but, he says that coming off a huge win against the Niners last week could lead the team straight into a trap. Let’s hope it’s the latter and not the former we see this Sunday.
NWSB Insider & Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us today what he’s expecting the five best position roster battles to be at the 2013 Seahawks training camp at the VMAC. Out of all the position battles the 5 that Brett is most looking forward to are tight ends, guards, quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers. On the bubble Michael Robinson, Spencer Ware, Sean McGrath, Paul McQuistan, John Moffitt, Robert Turbin, Tarvaris Jackson & Brady Quinn.
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about the potential for Seattle Seahawks fans and CenturyLink Stadium to break a Guinness World Record. Setting their sights on the world record for establishing CLink as the loudest stadium on Earth, an organization known as Volume 12 has applied and had their application accepted by Guinness World Records, a move that will bring officials from the organization to Seattle on September 15th to record CenturyLink’s decibel level.