2014 Seattle Seahawks pre-combine mock draft version 1.0

Austin Seferian-Jenkins

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate brings us his first mock draft of 2014. With his pre-combine mock draft, Brandon has the team selecting TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins with the team’s first pick as well as picking up offensive line help in Anthony Steen and John Urschel as well as a new receiver in Donte Moncrief.

For a Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl repeat we need…

JohnandPete

Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell is back with a list of things he thinks are important for the Seahawks to accomplish if they want to repeat as Super Bowl champions next year. First and foremost Clinton thinks Pete Carroll needs to keep up with his fun nature and winning attitude in Seattle. Re-signing key free agents is a must, as well as trimming some payroll and restructuring some contracts in order to do so. The Seahawks are in good shape, and with a few little tweeks, this team could be the next New England Patriots.

Seahawks have tough choices ahead & it’s time to get back to work

Golden Tate

NWSB Insider Brian Scott breaks down what the Seattle Seahawks have to do in the 2014 NFL offseason now that they’re Super Bowl champions. The list of players to focus on includes Doug Baldwin, Golden Tate, Zach Miller, Chris Clemons, Steven Hauschka and more. With Seahawks clearly considering cutting Sidney Rice & Tate and Baldwin FA’s (Baldwin restricted), nice to know draft is so deep at WR.

I love a parade! The culmination of my Seahawks dreams

Russell WIlson

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brian Scott takes us on a trip down memory lane as the 12th Man prepares itself for a parade to celebrate the team’s victory in Super Bowl XLVIII. Scott recaps the team’s history, including figures such as Mike Holmgren, Shaun Alexander, Matt Hasselbeck and, of course, Paul Allen, Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson.

The Fab 5 who made the Seahawks Superbowl Champions

Smith

NWSB Seattle Seahawks insider Brian Scott weighs in post game on Super Bowl XLVIII from Met Life stadium in New Jersey. Statistically, it might not leap off the page at you like Peyton Manning number’s sometimes do (not tonight though) but Russell Wilson had an amazing night. The MVP was Malcolm Smith. Yes, credit the errant throw to Cliff Avril but Malcolm Smith was the one who plucked it from the heavens.

Players who could surprise the masses at Super Bowl XLVIII

Doug Baldwin

NWSB Insider Chris Anderson talks about Super Bowl XLVIII and gives you five relatively unheralded players that may have a huge impact on Sunday’s matchup between the Seahawks and Broncos. Doug Baldwin, Zach Miller, Matt Prater, and Montee Ball all make this list. With all that said, the time of speculation is almost over. Enjoy the game folks.

5 things every NFL fan should root for in Super Bowl XLVIII

Richard Sherman, Peyton Manning

NWSB Editor Bryant Knox gives us a look at Super Bowl XLVIII from the perspective of the neutral fan. Whether you’re rooting for the Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos or you’re just looking for entertainment, watch for the battle between Peyton Manning and Richard Sherman. Other narratives include the weather at MetLife Stadium, big plays like Marshawn Lynch’s Beast Mode run and what kind of pressure comes from the Legion of Boom.

The Superbowl XXVIII X factor — The NASCAR Package

Cliff Avril

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brian Scott breaks down the X-Factor for the Super Bowl. The Hawks are set to taken on Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, and the Legion of Boom needs to be ready using the Nascar package. This set utilizes Cliff Avril, Michael Bennett and Chris Clemons along with Clinton McDonald.

Seattle Secondary vs. Denver Wide-Outs face off on biggest stage

Richard Sherman Peyton Manning

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brian Scott breaks down the key matchups between the Denver Broncos’ receivers and the Hawks’ secondary. Featured are Demaryius Thomas vs. Richard Sherman, Julius Thomas vs. Kam Chancellor, Byron Maxwell vs. Eric Decker and Walter Thurmond vs. Wes Welker.

Tipping , Twerking and Screaming. They all do the same thing

Richard Sherman

NWSB Insider Brian Scott gives us a fresh new perspective on Richard Sherman’s enthusiastic interview with Erin Andrews following the Seattle Seahawks’ NFC Championship win over Michael Crabtree, Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers. Is it possible the the Hawks’ now-renowned corner is actually a marketing genius? Scott says yet.

The 5 matchups that will decide Super Bowl XLVIII

Marshawn Lynch is absolutely incredible.

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brian Scott brings us a good look at 5 can’t miss matchups with the Seahawks take on the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 48. Will Marshawn Lynch steadily handle the Bronco run defense? Will the Seattle secondary shut down the best pass offense in NFL History?

Seahawks MMQB: In a New York state of mind

sherm making last play vs niners nfc championship

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens brings us this week’s MMQB after the NFC Chmapionship game against the 49ers. Richard Sherman closed the game out with a big play, tipping a pass to Byron Maxwell for an interception. Russell Wilson and his receivers stepped up as well as Marshawn Lynch who ran over the Niners defense.

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