Seahawks MMQB: Short end at the stick

If they could have punched that ball in

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again brings you Monday Morning Quarterback! Breaking down yesterday’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Only the second loss of the 2013/14 season. Brett wants to take a moment to celebrate Luke Willson’s first career touchdown. He thought it was funny that on the sidelines Russell Wilson went over and handed him the football. The most devastating thing about the game was seeing KJ Wright limping on the sidelines.

NFL-X Week 2: Seahawks expectations against the Broncos

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brett Bivens breaks down what he would personally like to see in preseason against the Denver Broncos. He wants to see a win, of course; but more importantly, he wants to see Tavaris Jackson running the second-string offense behind Russell Wilson. He also wants to see Robert Turbin get a whole lot more carries — especially with Christine Michael having back spasms — and more out of Luke WiIlson and Chris Harper.

48 days till we play the Chargers! Seahawks mini camp update

We all know how much of an impact the Legion of Boom has on football games.

NWSB Insider & Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us today what he’s been watching this week with regards to the Hawks 2013 season. Brett says Percy Harvin gives Russell Wilson the type of dynamic receiver that very few quarterbacks get the luxury to have. He also points out Doug Baldwin had a tough sophomore season after his breakout rookie campaign, but is hearing that he has been working really hard this offseason. Lets go!

Seahawks rookies we expect to make an impact in 2013

Harper should make an immediate impact in Seattle (Rod Mar/Seahawks.com)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson gives you five rookies that he expects to make an impact for the Seattle Seahawks in 2013. Players like Earl Thomas, Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman, Brandon Browner, Marshawn Lynch, and Kam Chancellor all give Seattle a shot at reaching another Super Bowl. And though the plethora of talent across the board is great for the direction the team is headed, it often creates a tough environment for rookies to really break out in. Watch for Jesse Williams and Chris Harper in 2013.

Welcome to Seattle Ty Powell….Defensive End Harding

Ty Powell

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brett Bivens recaps the team’s seventh round pick, Ty Powell. Brett says most experts feel Seattle could look to him as a depth option as a situation pass rusher behind Chris Clemons, Bruce Irvin and Cliff Avril. Powell recorded 40 tackles, with 15 for loss, and 8.5 sacks during his senior season. Powell is the first player from the Arkansas school to be drafted in 30 years. Powell played defensive end, linebacker and safety at Harding.

Welcome to Seattle Ryan Seymour….Guard Vanderbilt

Seymour can play every position on the offensive line

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brett Bivens recaps the team’s seventh round pick, Ryan Seymour. Brett says most experts feel Seymour’s versatility could be a key for his hopes of making a crowded roster with Paul McQuistan, James Carpenter, John Moffitt and J.R. Sweezy all returning at the position. The Seahawks selected Seymour with the pick they received when they sent Barrett Ruud to the New Orleans Saints last year.

Welcome to Seattle Spencer Ware… Running back LSU

He's more than likely being drafted to compete with Michael Robinson.

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brett Bivens recaps the team’s sixth round pick, Spencer Ware. Brett says most experts feel Ware is another running back the Seahawks have brought in who has a colorful history that includes suspensions. This one is drug related, not punching related, not gun related (Marshawn Lynch). Worst case scenario is that Spencer doesn’t make the team and Michael Robinson has a new fire lit under him.

Welcome to Seattle Luke Willson….Tight end Rice

luke wilson

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brett Bivens recaps the team’s fifth round pick, Luke Willson. Brett says most experts feel he offers upside but must commit to football and find a team willing to develops his skills. He had a heckuva pro day. 4.49-40, 38″ vertical, 23 bench, 4.24 short shuttle and 7.03 L drill. He’s an accomplished baseball player who spent time in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. He grew up in Canada, and plays hockey too.

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