NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens gives us his reasons for embracing the future Hall Of Famer Russell Okung. Replacing Walter Jones couldn’t have been an easy job for Okung, but now in his third year, Okung is going to the Pro Bowl as a starter for the NFC. Never forget the work of Jones, but it’s time to embrace the future in Okung Brett pleads.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church asks us the serious question of whether or not the Seahawks will have a top defense again in 2012? With the departure of David Hawthorne there is an empty space. Let’s hope that is filled by the rookie Bobby Wagner. Coupled with Brandon Mebane, Red Bryant, LeRoy Hill, Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor and K.J. Wright the makings is there for an amazing defense.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us about his fearless predictions of who will be the top 10 defensive weapons for the Seahawks. Led by the three headed beast that is the Seahawks secondary, expect Kam Chancellor, Brandon Browner, and Earl Thomas to have even better numbers than last year. And look out for the two rookies Bruce Irvin, and Bobby Wagner, they should both excel.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us about his fearless predictions for the Seattle Seahawks pro bowlers for the 2012 season. Kam Chancellor, Brandon Browner, and Earl Thomas should have the same impact on the league as least year. Marshawn Lynch will take his Beast Mode all the way to a starting spot on this years pro bowl squad. Rookie Bobby Wagner looks to be in league leaders in tackles.
NWSB Seattle Seahawks insider C-Mac tells us about the five Seattle Seahawks veterans that deserve a spot in Canton Ohio in the Pro football hall of fame. Cortez Kennedy is going in, and besides him Walter Jones, Mike Holmgren, Steve Hutchinson, Kenny Easley and Shaun Alexander should also go in one day. Steve Largent is eagerly awaiting their arrival.
Q reports on the best Seattle Seahawks news we’ve heard in a while today. A panel of 44 media members voted today and the inductions are in early August in Canton, Ohio. One name we will hear being called is former All World Seahawks defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy. He won the 1992 Defensive Player of the Year, on a 1-15 Seahawks ball club. He also made eight Pro Bowls, had 58 sacks. It was time!
In the wake of the 2012 Pro Bowl this weekend, Seahawks insider Brandon Choate breaks down how the Seahawks fared in the game. Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, Brandon Browner, Michael Robinson and Marshawn Lynch all played in the Pro Bowl like they did all season long. The defensive players were in on almost every play while Robinson and Lynch were the NFC battery in the backfield most of the second half.
NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us a Northwest Coaching Profile on Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll. After climbing the college ranks of coaching, Carroll took a crack at the NFL and then moved on to become one of the greatest college head coaches of all time with the USC Trojans. He is now the head coach of the NFL’s Seahawks and after 2 years with the team, is already seen turning the franchise around.
Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us a breakdown of each of the players stats for the season, and what it means for the Seahawks to have Earl Thomas, Marshawn Lynch, Michael Robinson, Brandon Browner, and Kam Chancellor to represent them in Hawaii. This year’s Seahawks Pro-Bowl players show the fans just what this team has to offer in the future.
Seattle Seahawks blogger and NWSB managing editor “Q” tells us former Seahawks defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy is a Hall of Fame finalist for the fourth consecutive year. He deserves to be in. In the 1992 season he recorded 14 sacks and 92 tackles. Kennedy was named to the All Pro team 4 times and voted into the Pro Bowl 8 times.
NWSB Senior editor Q tells us the Pro Bowl rosters got announced on Tuesday (Dec. 27) and it is a tad bit shocking that Earl Thomas was the only representative from the Seahawks this year on the 2012 NFC Pro Bowl roster. In just his second year the dynamic free safety is having another quietly great year. He was drafted by the Seahawks in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft.
Today word out of the NFL tells us Marshawn Lynch green socks on Monday Night Football has earned him a $5,000 slap on the hand from the NFL? It’s been a record season for Lynch, he has scored at least one touchdown in nine consecutive games, matching Shaun Alexander’s franchise record. Trent Cole ends Russell Okung season only gets fined $7500?