Brandon Choate breaks down the Preseason Week 3 matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Kansas City Chiefs in his Seahawks Love ‘em & Hate ‘em. Brandon loved Russell Wilson again, asserting that he should start the regular season as the team’s starter. He also loved Robert Turbin as a solid backup and perfect compliment to Marshawn Lynch. He didn’t like Terrell Owens’ butterfingers or Jeremy Lane’s over-aggressiveness.
NWSB Rookie Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp brings us his week 3 NFLX seahawks players who must step up their A-games vs. the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday night. Sidney Rice is playing his first NFL game since late November of 2011. Matt Flynn’s job isn’t on the line, and it’s not a do well or you’re gone situation for Russell Wilson. Terrell Owens’ job and his last chance in the NFL is almost gone.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp after each week of the regular season and possibly during the NFL playoffs should the Hawks be so lucky will stop by and bring you his Seahawks game balls. Balls are awarded to the Hawks offensive MVP Robert Turbin, and on defense this week Jeron Johnson. Kicker Steven Hauschka gets the special teams winner this week.
NWSB Rookie Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp brings us his 2012 Seahawks training camp notes from the Pre-season. Day 14. The last day we’ll be able to see LIVE video from the VMAC. Today the A-man weighs in on the Tight End position. Cameron Morrah and Anthony McCoy both sat out today for an undisclosed reason. If Zach Miller’s concussion keeps him out for an extended amount of time will Kellen Winslow’s role change?
Seattle Seahawks beat writer, 12th man, and Seahawks season ticket holder Brett Bivens is back with a rookie report card after their first game in the NFL. Brett gives us a pick by pick, good and bad, review of each of the new Seahawks in the first preseason game and during training camp. It’s always good to track the progress of Bruce Irvin, Robert Turbin, Bobby Wagner, Korey Toomer, Russell Wilson and Winston Guy.
NWSB Inside and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church weighs in with a Seahawks post about the five players he thinks will not be here come week one of the regular season. Most of these players are no brainers in Matt’s eyes, except maybe Josh Portis. But with the additions of Russell Wilson and Matt Flynn, there may be no room for Portis at the end of the day.
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings us slightly troubling news today from the Seattle Seahawks camp. While OTA’s are voluntary for some, many people still make the effort to show up for a free team workout. One big name that has yet to show his face is DE Chris Clemons, who is entering his contract year with the Seahawks. He was supposed to be mentoring young Bruce Irvin.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens reports today on the Bruce Irvin and Seahawks coming together on a contract for the 2012 NFL Draft #15 selection overall. Bruce says all the right things: I want to prove everyone wrong, I want to get to work…… You Know, stuff like that. Today he put his money where him mouth is. Pete Carroll & John Schneider must be smiling wide.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church tells us today about what is actually going on under the hood of the Seahawks draft machine. How the brains work on Pete Carroll, and John Schneider. We know they like speed over size. 2. They trust what they see. They aren’t sold on a quarterback for the 2012 season. Listen Up Matt Flynn and Tarvaris Jackson, Russell Wilson and Josh Portis.
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings you a first glance at the newest Seattle Seahawks. With the 2012 NFL Draft wrapped up, it’s time to look back and check out the new guys. The Seahawks chose DE/OLB Bruce Irvin out of West Virginia with their first round pick, #15 overall. They proceeded to stack their defense as well as grabbing 2 stud offensive players in RB Robert Turbin and QB Russell Wilson.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us the 2012 NFL Draft was largely a success for those of us in the great northwest. For most people outside of the NW though this draft will be the laughing stock of the NFL. One reason. The REACH of a pick by Pete Carroll and John Schneider in the first round of West Virginia defensive end Bruce Irvin.