NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again brings you Monday Morning Quarterback! Breaking down yesterday’s Buccaneers vs. Hawks game. Brett points out last week he was highly critical of Darrell Bevell only giving Marshawn Lynch the ball 8 times on the ground. This week the Seahawks opened the game by feeding the Beast. Kudos Bevell. Russell Wilson and Doug Baldwin were awesome. Golden Tate changed the outcome of the game with that return.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again brings you his Seattle second quarter of the season stats. He points out Russell Wilson Interceptions are down from a season ago, that is always a good thing, but his fumbles are up, way up. In-fact Russell already has 3 more fumbles than he did all of last season. Like Marshawn Lynch, Robert Turbin’s yards per carry have improved slightly over the last quarter, however both players are down significantly…
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brian Scott gives us his take on the return of all-star WR Percy Harvin to the Seahawks lineup in the not-so-distant future. How will Harvin’s return effect Jermaine Kearse? Kearse is currently Seattle’s #4 WR. He’s also been picking up the bulk of the kickoff return duties. Kearse in a limited amount of playing time has 7 catches for 111 yards. By adding Harvin to the roster the Seahawks will have to drop a name from the roster. Who do they drop?
Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell is back with his fifth Seahawks Moments In Time piece of the 2013 season. The rode into Indy on their high horse, and came out a bit more humbled than they were before. The Seahawks finally lost their first game in 2013, and it wasn’t due to their lack of trying, this shoot out was everything the hype promised it would be. A tough game against a very strong opponent. Russell Wilson vs. Andrew Luck was everything and then some.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again brings you his Seattle first quarter of the season stats. He points out Russell Wilson has completed 59/96 passes with a completion rate of 61.5% for 787 yards. Marshawn Lynch’s 79 carries put him on pace to have one more carry than last season. Like Lynch, Robert Turbin is also finding it more difficult to find running room. Sidney Rice is having a season very similar to last season.
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about the top play from Seattle’s close win over the Carolina Panthers. With the running game stifled by a stout front-seven of Carolina, Russell Wilson was called upon to attack the Panthers through the air. With time winding down and the Hawks down 7-6, Wilson needed to engineer a drive in the fourth quarter to ensure a victory for Seattle. That’s when Jermaine Kearse stepped up big.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again brings you Monday Morning Quarterback! Breaking down games once again, Brett looks at Seattle’s first regular game of the season and the positives and negatives that came out of the Hawks’ ugly victory over the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers brought pressure to Russell Wilson early and often as his offensive line struggled to protect him. Doug Baldwin and Earl Thomas were fantastic Sunday.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Jordin Ereth details the Seattle unit that was most impressive in their week one triumph over the Carolina Panthers. While Russell Wilson eventually had a career game, the wide receivers stood out and helped the Seahawks to victory. Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin, Sidney Rice, and most of all Jermaine Kearse, a graduate of UW, was the most impressive receiver and hauled in the biggest TD of the game.
5 top players Last week, people were most disappointed that John Lotulelei was not on this list for the Seattle Seahawks. Hopefully it doesn’t disappoint them to find out he’s not on it this week either. Kyle Knox I don’t spend a lot of time talking about this young man, but after his performance against […]
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Jordin Ereth recaps the pros and cons following the team’s final preseason game against the Denver Broncos. On the plus side, Kam Chancellor, Brandon Browner, Brandon Mebane, Heath Farwell, and O’Brien Schofield forced five fumbles. Unfortunately, penalty yards were a theme for the wrong reason.