The Seahawks Week 10 stats don’t lie – vs. Atlanta Falcons

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NWSB Insider & Seattle Seahawks blogger JD Burke takes a look at the statistical standouts from the Seattle Seahawks week 10 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on the road. Atoning for his lackluster play calling of late, Darrell Bevell ran the ball often and well, with tons of help from his suddenly good offensive line. The main focus of this blog though is the Seahawks pass attack, which was absurdly good on Sunday.

Seahawks MMQB: Angry birds

People continue to insist our team only goes as far as Marshawn Lynch

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again brings you Monday Morning Quarterback! Breaking down yesterday’s Hawks vs. Falcons game. Brett points out Marshawn Lynch was all Beast-mode Sunday running for a punishing 6.0 yards-per-carry for the 3rd time this season. Not bad with an offensive line that is missing 3 starters. (Max Unger, Russell Okung, and Breno Giacomini) Golden Tate’s 106 receiving yards were a single career high.

Moments in time…The Seattle Seahawks week that was

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell weighs in with his weekly Hawks week that was piece. Tough win eh? Again the Seahawks went to the brink against a far inferior team, only to come away with another W. These close games aren’t as fun as people say they are. Russell Wilson led the charge once again and Marshawn Lynch had a beastly game on the ground. Jermaine Kearse fumbled, but made up for it with a nice TD grab…

8-1 but Seahawks have 99 problems

Having high expectations is a good thing

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brian Scott tells us today the 2013 Seattle Seahawk team is doing something this year that they did not do last year. Especially when you compare it to the 2nd half of last year’s team. That Brian points out is dangerous. The pressure will be on Kam Chancellor, Earl Thomas, Richard Sherman, Brandon Browner, Walter Thurmond III and Byron Maxwell this week vs. Roddy White, Matt Ryan, Tony Gonzales & the Falcons.

Moments in time…The Seattle Seahawks week that was

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell weighs in with his weekly Hawks week that was piece. Tough win eh? If it wasn’t bad enough that our O line couldn’t protect our stars, the D line seemed to be just as bad. The Rams did whatever they wanted on the ground to the Hawks all game long, except when it counted. Russell Wilson ran for his life. Golden Tate taunted his way to a huge TD. Paul McQuistan couldn’t block anyone…

Moments in time…The Seattle Seahawks week that was

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Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell is back with his seventh Seahawks Moments In Time piece of the 2013 season. Another win on the road, and this one was a lot more decisive than the score portrayed. Wilson looked like the magician he is once again, and the D-line tore it up by getting 7 sacks. Brandon Browner almost took it to the promised land but tripped up on a patch of uncut grass, I think. And, the 12th man was out in full force in hostile territory…

Seahawks (Friday) MMQB: At home in the desert

Carroll vs. Cardinals Week 7

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again brings you (Friday) Monday Morning Quarterback! Breaking down yesterday’s Hawks vs. Cardinals game. Going into the game Brett expected holding onto the ball to be a priority. Ball security has been an issue lately. On Thursday the Seahawks had 4 offensive fumbles, 3 by Russell Wilson and 1 by Marshawn Lynch who recovered his own. Seattl still found a win. Sidney Rice, Zach Miller had huge catches.

Moments in time…The Seattle Seahawks week that was

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Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell is back with his sixth Seahawks Moments In Time piece of the 2013 season. Back in the winning column after their close victory over the Tennessee Titans. This game wasn’t too pretty, but a win is a win and that’s all that counts in the NFL. Marshawn Lynch led the way with two TDs, and Steven Hauschka showed us all just how important he really is.

What I’m watching for in the Titans vs. Seahawks week 6 match up

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth brings us up to speed on the storylines he’s watching Sunday when the Seahawks look to go 5-1 vs. the Titans in Seattle. Jordin says give the ball to Marshawn Lynch. Whoever is the one deciding to limit Lynch’s carries needs to explain themselves. Pete Carroll? Darrell Bevell? Sidney Rice! Step Up! Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin are making $4.67 million combined and outplaying you bigtime!

Seattle Seahawks that are not cutting the mustard

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brian Scott gives us five players to watch who have not played their best games so far during the 2013-14 season. Starting at receiver, Sidney Rice has only caught for 10 catches for 146 yards and two Touchdowns. Golden Tate must also step up, but in special teams. Derrick Coleman, Kellen Davis and Paul McQuistan also make the list.

Unflinching analysis – Seattle’s Pete Carroll and the 2013 Hawks

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brian Scott gives us his take today on how Pete Carroll and the 2013 Hawks coaching staff are doing on gamedays. This past week in Indianapolis we saw several coaching mistakes, and being the nice guys we are here at NWSB we’re doing to point them out. We don’t care how good you think Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch are…plus as far as the blocked field goal goes, that one was on Steven Hauschka.

What I’m watching for in the Seahawks vs. Colts Week 5 match up

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth brings us up to speed on the storylines he’s watching Sunday when the Seahawks look to go 5-0 for the first time team history vs. the Colts in Indianapolis. Jordin says since the arrival of Pete Carroll, the Seahawks’ identity has completely transformed. From an offensive, precise and well-timed air-raid through Mike Holmgren to a grind it out, bullying rushing attack with an over-sized, physical defense to carry the load via Marshawn Lynch.