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.
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.
Today from the VMAC in Seattle Pete Carroll addressed the media in his year end press conference. Q tells us you didn’t expect him to tell you who they’ve got number 1 on their 2012 NFL draft board did you? 2011 was an interesting year for the Seahawks, and whether you agree with me Q or not the season was a marginal success. Onto the Pete Carroll quotes.
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.
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant was snubbed this week for the NFC special teams player of the week award. They instead gave it to Patrick Peterson of the Arizona Cardinals. Big deal. He ran back an 80-yard punt return for a TD against the Rams. Big Red blocked two kicks versus the Washington Redskins. Enough said.