NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks writer and season ticket holder Brett Bivens weighs in with his thoughts today Love em & Hate em style on the 2012 Seahawks schedule. It was released today by the NFL. He loves prime time games as a fan. As a season ticket holder of the Seahawks and a share holder of the Packers he is very excited for the September 24th Monday Night Football game at Century Link Field.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell weighs in with his game by game breakdown for the upcoming 2012 season. A few old foes make there way up to Seattle, and of course the division rivals, plus the Seahawks get to travel to the site of Super Bowl XL once again to take on the up and coming Lions. Matt Flynn, Marshawn Lynch, Leon Washington, Golden Tate, Sidney Rice, are you ready?
NWSB Managing editor and Seattle Seahawks writer “Q” tells us the complete Seahawks team schedule and 2012 Matchups. Free agency is winding down, the NFL Draft is less than two weeks away and you can even head to your favorite sportsbook and find NFL Futures odds out there. All is good! Pete Carroll and John Schneider the pressure is now on in the 2012 NFL Draft.
Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens weekly NFL Love Em Hate Em football blog. He recaps and rewinds the St. Louis Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks Week 14 Monday night football matchup. The Seahawks won the primetime game. Brett loved the Seahawks Special Teams units, including Doug Baldwin and his blocked punt and kick return. Robert Gallery and the O-line protected and ran blocked well for Marshawn Lynch.
Q weighs in with five reasons the Seattle Seahawks managed to keep their post season hopes alive with a 30-13 Monday night football win over the St. Louis Rams. Marshawn Lynch rushed for 115 yards and a TD, Doug Baldwin blocked a punt and scored a receiving TD. For St. Louis Steven Jackson scored from a yard out in the fourth quarter. Michael Robinson and Steven Hauschka played well on special teams.
Seattle Seahawks Marshawn Lynch gets his skittles after a TD run on Monday Night Football versus the St. Louis Rams. John Gruden from ESPN’s broadcast team can be heard saying “what’s in these things.” Whatever it is its working. Marshawn Lynch is the hottest running back in the NFL. The final score of the game on Monday Night Football was 30-13 Seattle over St. Louis.
After each week of the regular season and possibly during the NFL playoffs should the Seattle Seahawks be so lucky Dave B will stop by and bring you his Seahawks game balls. Balls are awarded to the Seahawks offensive MVP wide receiver Doug Baldwin, and on defense it goes to defensive back Brandon Browner who has four interceptions in the last three games.
Free NFL Betting Odds & Picks for the St Louis Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks week 14 NFL matchup. The Seahawks are a 9.5 point favorite. The over/under is 37. Seattle’s rushing attack may suffer with the loss of a 3rd starting lineman going on IR. Tarvaris Jackson and his leading receivers in Doug Baldwin, Mike Williams and Ben Obomanu may need to step it up this week to pick up the slack.
Seattle Seahawks nostalgia in this weeks Moments In Time. In 1985, the Seattle Seahawks and the Los Angeles Rams faced off in a Monday Night Football matchup in the Kingdome. Dave Krieg led the game in passing while Eric Dickerson outran Curt Warner in the ground game. Let me repeat that Monday Night Football matchup in the Kingdome, sounds fun eh?
The Seattle Seahawks are still mathematically alive in the NFC wildcard race, but realistically only one team in the NFC west has a shot at the playoffs, the San Francisco 49ers face the Arizona Cardinals this week, and the St. Louis Rams fly to Seattle to play the Seahawks on Monday Night Football. Marshawn Lynch vs. Steven Jackson, and Alex Smith vs. Kevin Kolb. Here’s our Week 14 NFC West previews.