Seahawks All-Offense Team: Part 2 of 2

Steve Largent

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brett Bivens takes us on a trip down memory lane, this time bringing us his second edition of the Seahawks all time offensive weapons. I don’t care how good a quarterback is, he’s nothing without protection. There is only one man I would ever want protecting the blind side of my quarterback. In this case Matt Hasselbeck. That man is Walter Jones. No offense to Andy Heck.

Russell Wilson can change how I feel about the #3 for the Seahawks

Russell Wilson

NWSB Managing editor and Seattle Seahawks writer “Q” tells us what its going to take from Russell Wilson and the new QB era in Seattle to change how he feels about the uniform #3 and its history with the organization. From Rick Mirer to Jeff George, to Josh Brown the number hasn’t been to well kept. Russell Wilson is here to change that. He will lead the Seahawks to greatness. Just wait and see says Q.

Moments In Time: Seahawks vs Bengals 1988 NFL Flashback

Chuck Knox

NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us some Seahawks nostalgia in this weeks Moments In Time. In 1988, the Seattle Seahawks went to Cincinnati to play the Bengals in the first round of the 1988 playoffs. Both teams revolutionized techniques still used today. Who can forget perfomances by Joe Nash, Ickey Woods, Boomer Esiason and others…

*My* All Time 10 Favorite Seattle Seahawks

Mack Strong

NWSB Senior Editor Q weighs in with his ALL TIME 10 favorite Seattle Seahawks. Mack Strong, Matt Hasselbeck, Walter Jones, Joe Nash, Rufus Porter, Steve Largent, Brian Blades, Kenny Easley, Mike Holmgren, Trent Dilfer all make the list.

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