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.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bives once again brings you Monday Morning Quarterback…er…rather Sunday Afternoon Quarterback! Breaking down games once again, Brett looks at Seattle’s second preseason game of the season and the positives and negatives that came out of the Hawks’ victory over the Denver Broncos. Hawks rolled, but there are still some improvements needed. Standouts were Jermaine Kearse, Russell Wilson, and Benson Mayowa.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brian Scott tells us as training camps and 2weeks of pre-season football wraps up, and another game approaches vs. the Packers this week there is lots to look forward to in Seattle. He tells us with high expectations comes serious pressure to perform. Tarvaris Jackson & Russell Wilson are ready to lead this team. Versatile speedster Golden Tate lines up opposite Sidney Rice at WR. And Marshawn Lynch is ready for Beastmode again.
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson gives you his top play from Seattle’s contest against the Denver Broncos last night. Hosting the Broncos in their second preseason contest of the week, the atmosphere surrounding the game was electric and the Seahawks dominated the game in all of its aspects. The top play came from Brandon Browner, who electrified the crowd with a fumble return for a touchdown in the second quarter.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Jonas Hyde breaks down the week 1 preseason battle between QBs Brady Quinn and Tarvaris Jackson. Both quarterbacks looked good, but does the competition they played against matter? Look for Jackson to see some earlier reps next week against the Denver Broncos. He hadn’t played live football in a long time. Can he do as Quinn did and still find the end zone against tougher opposition?
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bives once again brings you Monday Morning Quarterback…er…rather Friday Afternoon Quarterback! Breaking down games once again, Brett looks at Seattle’s first preseason game of the season and the positives and negatives that came out of the Hawks’ victory over the San Diego Chargers. Tarvaris Jackson, as many know, had quite the game.
NWSB Insider & Seattle Seahawks blogger J.D. Burke weighs in wiht the status of the wide receivers for the Seahawks in 2013. Percy Harvin is injured, Early Doucet is cut, who does that leave exactly? Oh year, Sidney Rice, Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse. J.D. thinks the Hawks will still be in good shape for receiving mates to Russell Wilson’s throwing game. The only question is who will truly take the spot of Harvin. Tate seems the obvious choice, but Kearse is making a name for himself during this years camp.