NWSB Writer and Seattle Seahawks Insider Brian Scott gives us his watch list for the Seahawks road trip to KC. While Russell Wilson has certainly been inaccurate given plenty of time to throw, he’s also been inaccurate with no time to throw as well thanks to a combination of poor pass protection and multiple injuries on the offensive line.
NWSB Writer and Seattle Seahawks Insider Brian Scott gives us his watch list for the Seahawk’s game against the Raiders this weekend. On the surface, everything looks just so for the Seattle Seahawks in week 9 of the NFL schedule. After playing three of the last four games on the road the Hawks get to go home to the roaring comfort of Century Link Field to face a winless opponent in the Oakland Raiders
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate brings us a flashback to last season that will go down in Seahawk lore. Matt Flynn was looking to be finally named starting quarterback of a pro football team against the Broncos. Russell Wilson had other plans. The rest is history. Some stats. Peyton Manning, Denver – 16/23, 177 yards, 2 Int, Tyrell Sutton, Seattle – 4 carries, 49 yards, Willis McGahee, Denver – 8 carries, 28 yards, 1 TD, Jermaine Kearse Seattle – 1 catch, 37 yards.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Bryan McFarlane gives you the reasons why the Seahawks were able to handle the Redskins this past Sunday. The post whistle activities were in abundance on the torn up grass at FedEx Field. There were many great personal battles to watch, including the chess match between Pete Carroll and Shanahan. Russell Wilson vs. Robert Griffin III.
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.
Brandon Choate breaks down the Preseason Week 2 matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos in his Seahawks Love ‘em & Hate ‘em. Brandon loved Russell Wilson again, thinking he should get a shot at starting next week. He also loved the defensive overall play and the play of KJ Wright and Jeron Johnson. If the team can cut down on penalties, rush the QB and protect Jon Ryan on punts, things would be much better in Seahawkland.
NWSB Rookie Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp brings us his 2012 Seahawks training camp notes from the Pre-season. Day 13 Today the A-man weighs in on the injuries and returning players coming back to practice. Wide receivers Doug Baldwin and Ricardo Lockette both were back in action today. Defensive backs Ron Parker and Jeron Johnson didn’t practice today. Tight End Zach Miller didn’t practice today either, but he’s OK.
NWSB Insider Reggie Gill brings us his last installment of his 2012 KNOW YOUR ENEMY pre-season posts. This time he focuses on 2012 NFC West foe St Louis Rams. Reggie’s five Rams weapons are Steven Jackson, Sam Bradford, Danny Amendola, Lance Kendricks, and Brian Quick. DB’s Brandon Browner and Richard Sherman will be called upon a ton in 2012.
NWSB Insider Reggie Gill brings us his second 2012 KNOW YOUR ENEMY pre-season post. This time he focuses on the 2012 NFC West second place finisher Arizona Cardinals. Reggie’s five Cardinals weapons are Larry Fitzgerald, Beanie Wells, Todd Heap, Michael Floyd, and Ryan Williams. The Cardinals know how hard Kam Chancellor hits and should be wary of the team of him and Earl Thomas.
NWSB Insider Reggie Gill brings us his first 2012 KNOW YOUR ENEMY pre-season post. This first topic focuses on the 2012 NFC West division champs the San Francisco 49ers. Reggie’s five 49ers weapons are Randy Moss, Vernon Davis, Frank Gore, Michael Crabtree, and Alex Smith. He then goes on to say the Seahawks can stop them with Red Bryant, Bruce Irvin, Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, Richard Sherman and K.J. Wright.
NWSB Insider Reggie Gill brings us his analysis of the Seattle Seahawks hardest hitting players. He points out the NFL has been cracking down on helmet-to-helmet hits, and trying to reduce concussions, and he’s totally on board with that, but that’s not what we’re talking about here. He states Red Bryant, Marshawn Lynch, K.J. Wright, Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor will bring the heat in 2012.
NWSB insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church says say NO to drafting a quarterback in the first round Pete Carroll. Even though Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill the Most Valuable Player at the Car Care Bowl has looked good his draft status is inflated due to Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III. The Seahawks have other needs, more pass rush and linebacker help is required asap.