NWSB Insider & Seattle Seahawks blogger JD Burke takes a look at the statistical standout from the Seattle Seahawks week 1 victory over the Carolina Panthers. Red Bryant is bestowed with the honor and praise, and the charts and stats in this article make it perfectly clear as to why. J.D. Burke feels confident that Bryant can return to form as Seattle’s five-technique.
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about two things that could spoil Seattle’s chances of coming away with a win in their opening game against the Carolina Panthers this coming Sunday. A combination of an early start time on the road as well as a depleted defensive line (No Bruce Irvin, Chris Clemons, Jordan Hill or Cliff Avril, more than likely) going up against Cam Newton could have the Seahawks leaving the East Coast with a bad taste in their mouths.
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson predicts what Seattle’s defensive line will look like in 2013. The Seahawks were one of the top defenses in the league last year. Allowing just 306.2 yards per game, 5.1 yards per play, 15.3 points per game, 103.1 rushing yards per game, and 203.1 passing yards per game, you’d think Seattle would have managed to get to the quarterback more often than not. But that wasn’t really the case.
NWSB Insider and Seahawks’ Blogger Ben Tole talks about regardless of what the two teams at Century Link Field are playing for on Sunday the Hawks have been doing nothing over the last month but making statements. He says there are five players to watch for on Sunday to make another statement. Matt Flynn, Red Bryant, Russell Wilson, Doug Baldwin & Richard Sherman all make his list of guys to watch.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth brings us up to speed on the storylines he’s watching Sunday when the Hawks travel to Detroit, to take on Matt Stafford and the Lions. With Richard Sherman already taking smack, it’s up to the offense to back him up. Time for Russell Wilson to prove he can win on the road.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us his 5 guys who will help the Seahawks turn the corner and get over the .500 mark this season. Starting it off with Red Bryant, the big immovable DE. Kam Chancellor is currently leading the team with 14 tackles through two games, Bruce Irvin’s numbers will have to come up big time for him not to be labeled the next Aaron Curry by the fans.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp tells us as training camps and 4 weeks of boring pre-season football wraps up, and game one approaches there is lots to look forward to in Seattle. He dives into some depth chart analysis now in part 4 of our Seahawks season preview. This time it’s the defensive side of the ball. Greatness everywhere. Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, K.J. Wright, Chris Clemons. We can’t wait.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks writer Britton Ransford breaks down the Seahawks first four games of 2012. Versus the Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers and St. Louis Rams. He predicts the Seahawks defense is the number-one unit among scoring defenses and leads the NFL in takeaways. Plus Russell Wilson has lived up to the pre-season hype, and Marshawn Lynch still isn’t suspended by Commissioner Goodell.
Brandon Choate breaks down the Preseason Week 2 matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos in his Seahawks Love ‘em & Hate ‘em. Brandon loved Russell Wilson again, thinking he should get a shot at starting next week. He also loved the defensive overall play and the play of KJ Wright and Jeron Johnson. If the team can cut down on penalties, rush the QB and protect Jon Ryan on punts, things would be much better in Seahawkland.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens is back to weigh in with his thoughts on the NFLX Week 2 game between the Seahawks vs. Denver Broncos. Some Hawks that impressed. Jeron Johnson impressed. KJ Wright was always at the right place at the right time. Tyrell Sutton put his name back into the conversation of the running back battle. Russell Wilson stepped on the field and opened more eyes.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Reggie Gill tells us what is going on during training camp with regards to the Seahawks possibly working out and signing Terrell Owens. Yes TO. Head Coach Pete Carroll seems to be trying to add a veteran Wideout to his group to help teach the younger guys. Does he still have the speed to get behind defenders? Can he still push Cornerbacks aside to get off of press coverage?
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens brings us up to speed from the VMAC on the 2012 Seahawks training camp. He was at practice on Tuesday and has some observations to share. KJ Wright was mentoring Bobby Wagner (after practice) and he saw Breno Giacomini mentoring 7th round pick J.R. Sweezy. Training camp is just better in Cheney.