NWSB Writer and Seahawks Insider Brian Scott gives you his takeaways from the Seahawk’s latest loss to the Rams. The Seahawks lost this game much the same way they have lost their others this year– Too many penalties, too little commitment to the running game, a sloppy offensive line and a defense that is not coming up with a pass rush or turnovers as consistently as they once did.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brian Scott weighs in on the Seahawks vs. Redskins Week 5 matchup. Penalties, Penalties, Penalties! Are you kidding me with this stuff? When J.R. Sweezy and Justin Britt weren’t missing blocks the rest of the offensive line, James Carpenter, Russell Okung, and Max Unger, were just flat out sloppy with their penalties.
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson presents the offensive, defense, and special teams game balls from Seattle’s 14-9, sloppy win over the St. Louis Rams on Monday Night Football. With the offensive really unable to get anything going, Golden Tate stepped up and accounted for both of Seattle’s touchdowns. Defensively the Seahawks were once again spectacular but it was Earl Thomas who really pushed the envelope, and Jon Ryan complimented the special teams game…
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again brings you Monday Morning Quarterback! Breaking down yesterday’s Titans vs. Hawks matchup. Going into the game Brett expected the Seahawks to play inspired football after suffering their first loss of the season. Earl Thomas III, Richard Sherman, Russell Wilson, all had standout games. Darrell Bevell, James Carpenter, Chris Maragos and Brandon Browner not so much.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate brings us his game balls for the Seahawks week 2 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. Marshawn Lynch carried the offense on his back while Richard Sherman backed up his big words. And who could win a game without a punter like Jon Ryan? Russell Wilson had a decent night, Marshawn Lynch was the Seahawks guiding light on offense.
NWSB insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Chris Hall breaks down which Seahawks players were named to the pro bowl, and which ones deserved better. Russell Okung, Leon Washington and Max Unger earned starting spots, and they deserved them; but Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor deserved more. The 2013 Pro Bowl is Jan. 27.
NWSB Insider and Seahawks’ Blogger Ben Tole talks about what to back to back fifty plus point offensive performances have done for the 2012 Seahawks psyche. Jim Harbaugh will have his work cut out for him this week preparing for Marshawn Lynch, Russell Wilson, Golden Tate and the offense. As will Pete Carroll who has to prepare for a similar quarterback in Colin Kapernick .
NWSB Insider and Seahawks’ Blogger Ben Tole talks about which Seahawks could potentially make the 2013 Pro Bowl. 2012 has been a memorable season for the Seattle Seahawks. An 8-5 record with three games remaining with big wins against Dallas, Green Bay, New England, and Chicago has Hawk fans thinking playoffs. Now the question that remains is not how we will remember the regular season but rather what Seahawks will make us remember the regular season?
NWSB Insider and Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens brings us a good piece on the Seattle Seahawks today. Punter Jon Ryan is under the spotlight. Ryan has been one of the top ten most consistent punters in the NFL since joining the Seahawks. After college, Ryan was drafted by the Canadian Football League’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers, as both a receiver and punter. After two season in the CFL he had gained the attention of NFL scouts.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp after each week of the regular season and possibly during an NFL playoff game or the Super Bowl will bring you his Seahawks game balls. Balls are awarded to the Hawks offensive MVP Marshawn Lynch, and on defense this week Bobby Wagner. For Special Teams John Ryan did a great job limiting the damage done by the explosive Percy Harvin of the Vikings.