NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens explains why he would not trade Marshawn Lynch for any running back in the league—even Adrian Peterson. The Seahawks are about to make a serious run over the next several years. Marshawn is going to be a big part of that. In Bivens’ opinion, Lynch is the best running best running back the team has ever had, though my favorite is still Chris Warren
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens breaks down the week 6 matchup between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks in his Seahawks Monday morning quarterback. The Seahawks defeated the Patriots 24-23. Brett points out Walter Jones raised the 12th man flag. Cortez Kennedy had his number retired, Russell Wilson out dueled Tom Brady. Pete Carroll beat his old franchise. SWEET.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp after each week of the regular season and possibly during an NFL playoff game or the Super Bowl will bring you his Seahawks game balls. Balls are awarded to the Hawks offensive MVP Russell Wilson, and on defense this week Richard Sherman. For Special Teams Leon Washington made good use of his limited returns.
NWSB Rookie Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp brings us his 2012 Seahawks training camp notes from the Pre-season. Day 7 Today the A-man weighs in on that QB competition again. He notes Russell Wilson and Matt Flynn are much better at throwing the ball in stride for the receiver, something Tarvaris Jackson struggles with. Injured Doug Baldwin was doing some light route running, but not sure if he did any team drills.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Reggie Gill tells us why he loves Big Cortez Kennedy. Who has been chosen to enter the NFL Hall of Fame this year, and there couldn’t be a more deserving player. “Tez” was a great player, and all Seahawk fans love him. A player is always more endearing to fans when he has spent his entire career with an organization. Steve Largent and Dave Wyman rave about Tez.
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate is back with the newest Moments in time piece: the Seahawks Alphabet. Hope you enjoy this one. We take a look at the Seahawks in an A-Z format. From MVP winning Shaun Alexander the Great to Jim Zorn, he chronicles the Seahawks history and key moments in the franchise. Do you remember Jack Patera and Pete Gross? Brandon does.
Seahawks insider Brandon Choate brings us a Moments In Time piece that is a comparison that would surely get the Seattle Seahawks defense noticed. Defensive tackles John Randle and Cortez Kennedy both had Hall of Fame careers for different teams. What would it look like if they played together if they each peaked in the same year? It’s a crazy mash of statistics, folks.
NWSB Seattle Seahawks insider C-Mac tells us about the five Seattle Seahawks veterans that deserve a spot in Canton Ohio in the Pro football hall of fame. Cortez Kennedy is going in, and besides him Walter Jones, Mike Holmgren, Steve Hutchinson, Kenny Easley and Shaun Alexander should also go in one day. Steve Largent is eagerly awaiting their arrival.
Q reports on the best Seattle Seahawks news we’ve heard in a while today. A panel of 44 media members voted today and the inductions are in early August in Canton, Ohio. One name we will hear being called is former All World Seahawks defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy. He won the 1992 Defensive Player of the Year, on a 1-15 Seahawks ball club. He also made eight Pro Bowls, had 58 sacks. It was time!
Seattle Seahawks blogger and NWSB managing editor “Q” tells us former Seahawks defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy is a Hall of Fame finalist for the fourth consecutive year. He deserves to be in. In the 1992 season he recorded 14 sacks and 92 tackles. Kennedy was named to the All Pro team 4 times and voted into the Pro Bowl 8 times.
Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate has a fun article just in time for Halloween. He breaks down the scariest jersey numbers to wear on Halloween for Seattle Seahawks, their fans or the opponents of the Seahawks. Mack Strong, Bill Leavy, Brian Bosworth, Shaun Alexander, Super Bowl XL, Ken Behring, Cortez Kennedy all make this list…