NWSB Insider Reggie Gill brings us his top five encouraging signs for the Seattle Seahawks in the upcoming 2012 football season. With brand new changes to noise violation rules, the Seahawks 12th man will now be able to be riled up more. This spells doom for teams. Matt Flynn is on the roster, and he impressed in his two starts with the Packers. Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, and Brandon Browner are ready to go.
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings you a list to keep you busy this offseason. While many are anticipating football season’s arrival, Brandon has broken down the 5 best and 5 worst transaction of the Pete Carroll and John Schneider era in Seattle. From letting Matt Hasselbeck and Josh Wilson go to acquiring Marshawn Lynch and Leon Washinton, PCJS has left their stamp on this team.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens has a few things he has to see from Matt Flynn in 2012 before he projects him for greatness in the blue and green. In Flynn he wants to see a quarterback who is able to read a football field, a guy who can look at a defense before the snap and make pre-snap adjustments. After the snap he wants to see quick reads, and a quick release…
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.
Time for tome Seattle Seahawks humor courtesy of our NWSB Insider Clinton Bell. Who has always seen it as a dream to see one of his Seahawks on a national TV commercial. Be it a nod to the Coke ad of Mean Joe Green, or even a PSA a la Doug Flutie. But honestly, as a fan of both Head and Shoulders, and the long flowing hair of Charlie Whithurst, he should have his day in the San Diego Chargers Sun.
Seahawks insider Brandon Choate brings us his take on the Seattle Seahawks front office and the free agency madness. With a small batch of viable free agent quarterbacks and a thin crop of QBs in the 2012 NFL Draft, he feels that Tarvaris Jackson is still the right man for the starting quarterback job with the Seahawks. He aslo trusts Pete Carroll and John Schneider.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brett Bivens weighs in with his Seahawks general manager John Schneider Love ‘Em & Hate ‘Em. While many didn’t want to compete with Pete Carroll’s ok for player moves, John Schneider came from Green Bay to take the reigns of the team. Schneider works well with Carroll, learned from one of the best in Ted Thompson and worked hard to get where he is.
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?
Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens weekly NFL Love Em Hate Em football blog. He recaps and rewinds the Washington Redskins vs. Seattle Seahawks Week 12 matchup. A 23-17 Redskins win. Things Brett hates. Pete Carroll and his clock management, Tarvaris Jackson and his play, Trent Williams and his head butt on Leon Washington.
Senior Editor Q weighs in with his 2011 Seattle Seahawks Thanksgiving Day Turkey Bowl Team. All the usual suspects are invited, including Ken Norton Jr, Marshawn Lynch, Red Bryant, Kam Chancellor. Coming out of the kitchen for dessert we’ll have some Pumpkin Pie, and some good-ole American Apple Pie. You in?
Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens weekly NFL Love Em Hate Em Seahawks football blog. He recaps and rewinds the Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas Cowboys Week 9 matchup. A 23-13 Cowboys win. After the way that Charlie Whitehurst played in the previous two games it is clear that the team is better off with Tarvaris Jackson behind center.