NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens has a few things he has to see from Matt Flynn in 2012 before he projects him for greatness in the blue and green. In Flynn he wants to see a quarterback who is able to read a football field, a guy who can look at a defense before the snap and make pre-snap adjustments. After the snap he wants to see quick reads, and a quick release…
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church weighs in on the upcoming 2012 Seahawks quarterback competition between incumbent Tarvaris Jackson, and newcomer Matt Flynn. Jackson has struggled consistently with his decision making skills. Flynn needs work in completely different areas. He lacks the velocity that is expected for most NFL starters (but so did Matt Hasselbeck!).
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Insider Steve weighs in on the signing of Matt Flynn. Which he says gives the Seahawks flexibility in spades. Not only do they have their QB of the future, but now there is no need to waste valuable 2012 NFL Draft picks. Use the draft to fill in the holes that remain at left guard, defensive end, and linebacker. If Visanthe Shiancoe decides to sign elsewhere maybe tight end.
Time for tome Seattle Seahawks humor courtesy of our NWSB Insider Clinton Bell. Who has always seen it as a dream to see one of his Seahawks on a national TV commercial. Be it a nod to the Coke ad of Mean Joe Green, or even a PSA a la Doug Flutie. But honestly, as a fan of both Head and Shoulders, and the long flowing hair of Charlie Whithurst, he should have his day in the San Diego Chargers Sun.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us the Seahawks got their man. This isn’t exactly breaking news. Marshawn Lynch locked up before the franchise tag deadline. He’s making a Four-year $31 million contract with $17 million guaranteed now. Which seems like a bargain when you compare him to the other top backs in the league.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger and 12th man season ticket holder Brett Bivens says even if Peyton Manning is ready to go and play at the level he was at in the 2010 season he is better suited for a team that is a quarterback away from being championship contenders. One that has a window that will close in the next couple years. A team that comes to mind for him is the San Francisco 49ers.
Seahawks insider Brandon Choate brings us analysis of a very important interview for Seattle Seahawks fans. Seahawks GM John Schneider was on Brock & Salk on ESPN710 to discuss all things Seahawks. He talked about Matt Flynn, Robert Griffin III and how he felt versus fan reaction on acquiring Tarvaris Jackson and Charlie Whitehurst.
NWSB insider and Washington Huskies blogger Jason Green tells us Jake Locker did enough in 2011 to further cement the fact that he’ll have a fine NFL career with the Tennessee Titans. Cam Newton and Andy Dalton got all the press this season, but Jason doesn’t think it will be long before Locker is the best rookie QB from the 2011 class.
Seahawks insider Brandon Choate is on the Matt Flynn rollercoaster today. He brings us his top 5 reasons why the Seattle Seahawks should NOT sign Flynn, citing his lack of NFL experience and how the Packers system set him up for instant success. He also gushes about his obvious choice in the situation, Robert Griffin III. Tarvaris Jackson and Charlie Whitehurst are not the answer.
Seahawks insider Brandon Choate is on the Matt Flynn rollercoaster today. He brings us his top 5 reasons why the Seattle Seahawks should sign Flynn, citing his NFL experience and low cost with not having to give up draft picks to get him. Get it done Pete Carroll and John Schneider, and do it now. Tarvaris Jackson and Charlie Whitehurst are not the answers in Seatown!
Seattle Seahawks nostalgia in this weeks Moments In Time. In 2002, the 4the Seahawks traveled to Arizona to take on the Cardinals in the 2002 NFL season. Seattle avenged their previous loss in the season to Arizona over a dominant first half performance from Shaun Alexander and Matt Hasselbeck good enough to last through the rest of the game.