The Seahawks Week 10 stats don’t lie – vs. Atlanta Falcons

NWSB Insider & Seattle Seahawks blogger JD Burke takes a look at the statistical standouts from the Seattle Seahawks week 10 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on the road. Atoning for his lackluster play calling of late, Darrell Bevell ran the ball often and well, with tons of help from his suddenly good offensive line. The main focus of this blog though is the Seahawks pass attack, which was absurdly good on Sunday.

Which unit stood out in the Seahawks’ triumph over Atlanta?

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Jordin Ereth details the Seattle unit that was most impressive in their triumph over the Atlanta Falcons. Jordin points out the offensive line for getting the job done. It helped clear space for a big game from Marshawn Lynch, and it also allowed Russell Wilson to sit back and take his time as he tore up the ATL secondary. The Legion of Boom played solid as a unit, but the offense finally got going.

Seahawks vs. Atlanta Falcons Week 10 gambling odds & handicapping

NWSB Insider and Seahawks blogger Dave B previews Seattle’s Week 10 Sunday matchup from Atlanta, Georgia. He gives you his prediction on where your bets should be put. The Atlanta Falcons were schooled last week against a very similar team to the Seattle Seahawks – the Carolina Panthers. Dave says Seattle will be without Percy Harvin, Max Unger and Russell Okung this week – that fact alone could make the Falcons defense look better than they are.

*My* top 5 key matchups for the Seahawks in 2013 + predictions

Brand new NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brian Scott breaks his top 5 key matchups for the Seahawks as we head into the preseason. Of course the re-match against the Falcons makes the list, but there are a couple that probably wouldn’t jump out to most people. Brian explains his reasoning’s and goes in depth as to why these are the most important games for the Hawks in 2013. Russell Wilson vs. Matt Ryan, Drew Brees, Cam Newton, Colin Kaepernick, and Andrew Luck. Good times!

Jeffri Chadiha is just completely wrong about Russell Wilson

Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell weighs in with five reasons why writer Jeffri Chadiha is completely wrong when it comes to Seahawks QB Russell Wilson. Chadiha recently told Brock and Danny on 710 ESPN Radio that Wilson will never be an elite QB in the league, and he thinks of him more of a game manager. That is a slap in the face of Wilson. What did this kid do last year except lead us to the playoffs, almost to the NFC Championship game…

*My* Win-loss predictions for the 2013 Seahawks (Games 9-12)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson continues predicting the way Seattle’s 2013 season will play out. At this point in the season, entering game nine, Chris expects Seattle to have found their identity on both offense and defense. They should be cruising on offense and figuring out their best defensive front with Bruce Irvin in the mix. They’ll have some tough tasks ahead, however, with the Falcons and Saints on the schedule.

*My* must watch Seattle Seahawks games of 2013

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about the top 5 games on Seattle’s schedule that you must tune into this next season. With the Seahawks priming themselves for a run at the NFC and the Super Bowl, there will be plenty of opportunities for other teams to play the role of the spoiler next year. Among Seattle’s top opponents in 2013 are San Francisco, Houston, and Indianapolis. Tune in!

Moments in time…The Seattle Seahawks week that was

Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell weighs in with another installment of the Seahawks Week That Was. Intended to be a fun column, with lots of laughs and other good stuff. Normally it will be a top 10 list, a la David Letterman style. The last one of the year kids. Not exactly a good way to go out, but it was a wild ride, just like much of the 2012 Seattle Seahawks football season. Russell Wilson gets snubbed in the ROY votes, coaches trying to poach our staff, and should we have tried for the FG to win the game? All that and more in the final “week that was” installment for this year.

Seahawks vs. Falcons: What went wrong?

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Bryan McFarlane gives you the reasons why the Seahawks were NOT able to handle the Falcons this past Sunday. He says Pete Carroll has a great thing going and the next few seasons are sure to be entertaining and very successful. But Sunday nobody stepped up in Chris Clemons absence. The Seattle pass rush was non-existant. Matt Ryan had to much time. Where was Bruce Irvin? Sigh…

Seattle Seahawks vs. Atlanta Falcons prediction & Divisional Round preview

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us about the playoff divisional game for the Seahawks, a Sunday morning matchup against the Atlanta Falcons. No team is as hot right now as the Seahawks are. Coming in winning 6 in a row, and fresh off a road playoff win for the first time in 3 decades, are ready to take on the #1 seed Falcons. But, this is by far the best offense that the Hawks have faced in quite some time. Still, a win is predicted for the Seahawks.

Right tackle will NOT be the weak link on the Seahawks O-line!

NWSB Insider Reggie Gill brings us his analysis of the Seattle Seahawks RT position going into the 2012 season. With James Carpenter, the Seahawks first round pick in 2011, still not ready to go 100%, the Hawks will have to rely on surprise tackle Breno Giacomini. Giocomini has himself a brand new two year contract, and is ready to be the RT of the future for the Seahawks. Frank Omiyale is ready to go too.

Out of the infirmary: More fearless Seahawks predictions

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church weighs in with a Seahawks post about his predictions for five Seahawks that were injured last year. John Moffit was huge last year to the run game, another big name that missed almost the entire year was WR Sidney Rice. He is injury prone, that we knew, but can he be the big name player that the Seahawks signed as a free agent two summers ago?

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