With the loss the Seattle Seahawks all but put a fork in their 2011 NFL playoff aspirations. Marshawn Lynch extended his streak of consecutive games with a touchdown to seven and had another 100 yard game. But on Sunday he was the only bright spot. The Seahawks and Tarvaris Jackson let this one slip away vs. Washington Redskins.
It’s time for Part 2 of the Seattle Seahawks midway mark of the season player grades. Brett is back with grades on the Defensive line, secondary, and linebackers units. David Hawthorne, Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, Brandon Mebane, Brandon Browner, Chris Clemons are all evaluated.
Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens weekly NFL Love Em Hate Em Seahawks football blog. He recaps and rewinds the Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas Cowboys Week 9 matchup. A 23-13 Cowboys win. After the way that Charlie Whitehurst played in the previous two games it is clear that the team is better off with Tarvaris Jackson behind center.
Seattle already had issues in the secondary now on Sunday the Seattle Seahawks pass defense suffered yet another setback, with CB Walter Thurmond breaking his leg, which means he will more than likely join Marcus Trufant on the Injured Reserve. DB Roy Lewis is available in Week 8 vs. the Cincinnati Benglas though coming off the PUP.
The Seattle Seahawks signed defensive tackle Jason Shirley and placed longtime veteran (9th year with the Seahawks) CB Marcus Trufant on injured reserve officially ending his 2011/12 season. Sophmore Walter Thurmond, Roy Lewis or Brandon Browner will start in Trufant’s place.
Our Seahawks insider Brandon Choate breaks down the options for the Seattle Seahawks when Cameron Morrah, Deon Butler and Roy Lewis come off the PUP list. Who will the Seahawks move to make room for these guys, if they make any moves for them at all?
20 Seahawks were released today in the latest round of Seahawks roster moves. Q lets us know who’s staying and who is going from the 2011 Seahawks.