NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson brings us his weekly love em and hate em from this week’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. The Seahawks’ Thursday night game of the season, Seattle traveled to Arizona and downed the Cardinals in brilliant fashion as a large contingent of 12′s watched Russell Wilson dazzle through the air en route to three passing touchdowns. Could the Seahawks have 1 loss when they play Drew Brees and the Saints?
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brian Scott gives us his take on the return of all-star WR Percy Harvin to the Seahawks lineup in the not-so-distant future. How will Harvin’s return effect Jermaine Kearse? Kearse is currently Seattle’s #4 WR. He’s also been picking up the bulk of the kickoff return duties. Kearse in a limited amount of playing time has 7 catches for 111 yards. By adding Harvin to the roster the Seahawks will have to drop a name from the roster. Who do they drop?
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens will weigh in each week with his blue print for a Seahawks win on Thursday night. This week the team has a matchup against the Arizona Cardinals on the road. Some tips. Golden Tate needs to stop fielding punt inside the 10-yard line. Let’s not even get started talking about fielding punts inside the 5. Russell Wilson needs to be smarter with the football, he’s fumbling way too much and taking sacks that he really shouldn’t be taking.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Dave B previews Seattle’s Week 7 NFL Network Thursday Night football matchup from Glendale Arizona. He gives you his prediction on where your bets should be put. The Hawks enter Thursday night’s game off one of their least impressive offensive outputs of the year. Russell Wilson passed for 257 yards, slightly above his 209 yards per game average and Marshawn Lynch rumbled for just 77 yards.
NWSB Insider & Seattle Seahawks blogger JD Burke takes a look at the statistical standouts from the Seattle Seahawks week 6 victory over the Tennessee Titans at Century Link Field. The defense is again the focus of J.D.’s statistical standout piece, as Walter Thurmond’s dominant performance on Sunday is looked at. The implications of this performance are also discussed. Brandon Browner, Byron Maxwell, & Jeremy Lane are also mentioned.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again brings you Monday Morning Quarterback! Breaking down yesterday’s Titans vs. Hawks matchup. Going into the game Brett expected the Seahawks to play inspired football after suffering their first loss of the season. Earl Thomas III, Richard Sherman, Russell Wilson, all had standout games. Darrell Bevell, James Carpenter, Chris Maragos and Brandon Browner not so much.
NWSB Insider & Seattle Seahawks blogger JD Burke takes a look at some of the match-ups, personnel and otherwise, that will dictate the outcome of Seattle’s game against the Tennesee Titans on Sunday. Both clubs are banged up, and J.D. argues that the injuries on both teams will play a huge role in the outcome of Sunday’s game. Opposite the Titans revamped offensive line will be Tony McDaniel and Brandon Mebane. Both have exceeding expectations to this point…
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.
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.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate brings us his weekly love em and hate em from this week’s game against the Indianapolis Colts. While Earl Thomas was all over the place, the entire Legion of Boom gave up some big plays. Russell Wilson may have made a couple miscues but his leadership kept the Seahawks in the game until the very end.