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

RT of the future? When Giocomini came in, the running game actually got better. (photo seahawks.com)

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.

The Seahawks biggest position battles to look forward to

Deuce Lutui, Seattle Seahawks

NWSB Insider Brandon Choate has football on the brain again. Today he brings us his list of Seattle Seahawks training camp battles to look forward to. Who will take over David Hawthorne’s spot at LB? He also wants to know if Chris Clemons and Mike Williams are done, and who their replacements might be.

Digging deep – Seattle Seahawks 2012 draft needs under a microscope

Luke Kuechly

Seahawks insider Brandon Choate brings us another preview of things to come. With the NFL draft 3 weeks away, the Seahawks need to think about addressing their remaining team needs. Drafting a linebacker like Luke Kuechly or a defensive end like Whitney Mercilus would sure take care of those holes in the roster.David DeCastro and Trent Richardson look awfully inviting as well.

Spend Paul’s Money! Five positions the Seahawks still need to shore up

Curtis Lofton, LB

Seahawks insider Brandon Choate brings us his list of top five positions the Seattle Seahawks need to shore up. With Marshawn Lynch and Red Bryant re-signing, and the team adding Jason Jones and Matt Flynn, the Seahawks can focus elsewhere and fill other positions that are lacking depth. LB, DE, Offensive line and RB seem to be the most glaring openings in his opinion.

Matt Flynn is the missing piece to my Seahawks Super Bowl dream

Pete Carroll being introduced to Seattle

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Insider Steve weighs in on the signing of Matt Flynn. Which he says gives the Seahawks flexibility in spades. Not only do they have their QB of the future, but now there is no need to waste valuable 2012 NFL Draft picks. Use the draft to fill in the holes that remain at left guard, defensive end, and linebacker. If Visanthe Shiancoe decides to sign elsewhere maybe tight end.

NFL Free Agency: Possible Seahawks offensive line love ‘em & hate ‘em

Robert Gallery

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us last year Seattle put a lot of effort into improving this group. No move was bigger than the addition of Offensive Line/Assistant Head Coach Tom Cable. They could look to upgrade/replace aging guard Robert Gallery. Does Seattle need a guard? 27 year old with 4 years experience Carl Nicks is available.

Year in review: Seattle Seahawks report cards – Offense

Doug Baldwin

Seahawks insider Brett Bivens breaks out his red sharpie today in his newest piece. He is handing out his end-of-the-year grades to the Seattle Seahawks offense. How will Tarvaris Jackson, Marshawn Lynch, Michael Robinson, Sidney Rice, Zach Miller, Robert Gallery, Mike Williams, and Doug Baldwin grade out? And how will up and comers like John Moffitt and Cameron Morrah score?

State Of The Seahawks: Weekly Notebook | December 30th

Pete Carroll & John Schneider

State of the Seattle Seahawks. Brett B our man with his pulse on the Seahawks football beat is back with another edition of the Notebook. The December 30th, 2011 edition. This week the Seahawks face their NFC West rivals the Arizona Cardinals. It sucks to get beat by a divisional opponent at home, it sucks to get swept by the 49ers and Alex Smith, it sucks that we ended up a quarterback short of a victory (Tarvaris Jackson), it sucks that the playoff hopes are dead.

Monday Night Football: The Seahawks Will Beat The Rams If…

Rams vs. Seahawks

Brett B. one of our Seattle Seahawks bloggers tells us RB Marshawn Lynch has been the catalyst for the turnaround in Seattle, which has won three of its last four games. Steven Jackson has been a top NFL running back in the league since the 2005 NFL Season. Breno Giacomini and Paul McQuistan need to step up and have big games yet again.

Q’s Keys To The Matchup: Rams (2-10) vs. Seahawks (5-7)

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Q weighs in with his St. Louis Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks keys to the game. A year ago at this time, the Seattle Seahawks very well could have been in contention for a division title in the AFC West with a 5-7 record. Can the all European Mash unit protect Tarvaris Jackson? Who the hell are these guys anyways? Paul McQuistan, Breno Giacomini, and Lemuel Jeanpierre?

5 Most Improved Seattle Seahawks On The 2011 Team

With new contract in hand, will Lynch continue to be the big game playmaker for the Seahawks?

Seahawks insider Brett Bivens breaks down the top 5 most improved Seattle Seahawks from last season. Marshawn Lynch, Max Unger, Ben Obomanu, Alan Branch and Kam Chancellor all make the list for the Seahawks.

State of the Seahawks: Weekly Notebook | November 17th

Seahawks Notebook

State of the Seattle Seahawks. Brett B our man with his pulse on the Seahawks football beat is back with another edition of the Notebook. The November 17th, 2011 edition. This week the Seahawks face NFC West rival St. Louis Rams. Tarvaris Jackson and Marshawn Lynch face off against Sam Bradford and Steven Jackson.

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