NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens is back to weigh in with his thoughts love’em and hate’em style on yesterdays cut down day. Brett is very happy with the way the roster is shaping up. Be aware that the preliminary 53 man roster is just that, preliminary. He loves that the Seahawks kept Greg Scruggs. Deon Butler is a bit limited due to his size so Brett’s happy he was let go.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens is back to weigh in with his thoughts on the NFL’s deadline day for the 53 man rosters. The Seattle Seahawks have some decisions to make. Brett says Anthony McCoy should stay, Sean McGrath should go, Stay Chris Maragos, go Winston Guy. Stay Gregg Scruggs go Pierre Allen, stay Mike Morgan, go Korey Toomer. Weigh in with your predictions under the post.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks writer Jordin Ereth breaks down the Seahawks wide receiver position. In Al Pacino’s words, “Players are living and dying for that one inch!” Sidney Rice is lying back in his red jersey enjoying margaritas on the sideline. Doug Baldwin was the Seahawks leading receiver last season. Unlike Terrell Owens when Braylon Edwards came in Jordin was convinced he would make the team.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks fantasy football writer Dave B weighs in with his 2012 NFL fantasy projections, predictions and draft tips for your NFL fantasy drafts. News, fantasy analysis and predictions for Marshawn Lynch, Matt Flynn, Sidney Rice, Mike Williams, Doug Baldwin, Zach Miller, Kellen Winslow, Golden Tate, Leon Washington, Ricardo Lockette, Russell Wilson and more. The fantasy forecast version 1.0.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jared Galde weighs in with his 2012 NFL predictions for the Seahawks roster in 2012. This time its the wide receivers. He believes Kris Durham is going to get the first shot when the preseason finishes to start opposite Sidney Rice with Doug Baldwin in the slot. Golden Tate and Ricardo Lockette will certainly see plenty of action situationally. Mike Williams could be on the street.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us about his fearless predictions of who will be the top 10 offensive weapons for the Seattle Seahawks. Led by Marshawn Lynch, the Seahawks have a more potent offense than last year. New QB Matt Flynn will look to hit Doug Baldwin for some major yards this year. New TE Kellen Winslow brings his red zone specialty receiving to the team as well.
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.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell is back today Less than 1 week until the 2012 NFL Draft. We all know you can’t evaluate a draft until at least three years after said draft. So in saying that let’s recap the 2009 Seahawks draft class today. Aaron Curry, Max Unger, Deon Butler, Cameron Morrah are the only names that even need to be talked about. Thanks Tim Ruskell.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us the Seahawks will not look to make a huge splash here but could look to upgrade the depth of the 5th or 6th player on the roster at this position. Mario Manningham a 25 year old speedster would be nice. Ben Obomanu and Mike Williams are candidates for being cut possibly tomorrow.
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?
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?