NWSB Writer and Seattle Seahawks Insider, Brian Scott, previews the Seahawks MNF matchup against the Lions– One thing I do like so far about the Kris Richard version of Carroll’s defense is that he seems to be willing to dial up blitzes a bit more often than his predecessors, Bradley and Quinn. That’s good news too because I feel the Seahawks will have to do that often to get Stafford out of his element and to take some of the pressure off of the Seahawks secondary trying to cover Megatron and Tate.
NWSB writer and Seattle Seahawks insider, Brian Scott, runs down his much too early game by game predictions for the Seattle Seahawks– Could the Hawks get off to a rocky start? The Seahawks are going to start the 2015 season 0-2 and everyone will be freaking out afterward.
NWSB writer and Seattle Seahawks insider, Brian Scott, takes a look at just who might wind up returning punts in 2015. The answer to the punt return problem certainly hasn’t come in free agency, at least so far. We also know it won’t be Walters again as he has moved on to Jacksonville.
NWSB Writer and Seattle Seahawks Insider, Brian Scott, takes a look at how proposed NFL rule changes could impact the Seattle Seahawks. Most fans, including Seattle Seahawks fans, are not big on the idea of changing rules. Fans generally see rule changes as a way the league takes something away from the game. I’m afraid this year’s proposals for rule changes are not exceptions.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brian Scott weighs in on today’s Percy Harvin to the New York Jets trade w/ the Seahawks. Brian says Harvin has been a locker room problem everywhere he is ever played going as far back as high school when he was prohibited from playing high school sports in Virginia. He left the Seahawks and the Seahawks just became a better team.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brian Scott recaps Jared Allen’s decision to sign with the Chicago Bears and why the 12th Man shouldn’t be discouraged. Not only should fans want someone who wants to be in the Northwest, but his salary would have likely endangered the deals the Hawks need to get in front of Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas and Russell Wilson.
NWSB insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brett Bivens gives us a comprehensive look at the moves made by the Hawks during the 2014 NFL offseason. In free agency, the team added players such as Taylor Price, Stephen Schilling, Mike Taylor and Terrence Parks. The team also re-signed Steven Hauschka, Tony McDaniel and Michael Bennett while losing guys like Golden Tate and Walter Thurmond.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger breaks down how the Hawks must pay their dues now that they’ve won the Super Bowl. Being champions means that players will command higher salaries, and players will leave in NFL free agency. Golden Tate, Red Bryant, Chris Clemons, Chris Maragos and Clinton McDonald are prime examples.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brian Scott breaks down the depth chart for the Hawks at running back. Christine Michael, Marshawn “Beastmode” Lynch and Robert Turbin are featured. With Golden Tate’s future in question, time could be handed down at special teams as a punt returner.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brian Scott gives us a look at the Hawks’ players who are ready to step up in the 2014 NFL season. Christine Michael, Jordan Hill, Chris Matthews, Michael Bowie and Luke Wilson are all featured.
NWSB Insider & Blogger J.D. Burke weighs in on the recent releases of Sidney Rice and Red Bryant, and muses on which Seattle Seahawks could be next. Oh, the cruelty of the salary cap. James Carpenter, Chris Clemons, and Zach Miller are probably next up for John Schneider and Pete Carroll. Miller is one of the best blocking tight ends in the NFL…right?
Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell is back with the impending news of Sidney Rice’s departure from the Seahawks. The buyout is coming, Rice knows it, the front office knows it, and us fans know it too. Clinton gives us a glimpse into why this is not such a bad move for the Seahawks, and offers a memory of his from Rice’s tenure with the Hawks.