NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us about his fearless predictions of who will be named the Seattle Seahawks starting quarterback. Matt Flynn has the pedigree to become a long time starter in this league, and with the addition of Russell Wilson in the draft, this leaves no room for returning starter Tarvaris Jackson.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us about his fearless predictions of why rookie QB Russell Wilson wil not be the Seahawks QB of the Future. With his size being his biggest challenge, and another incoming new Seahawk Matt Flynn ready to be the starter, Russell Wilson will NOT be the quarterback of the future for the Seattle Seahawks.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us about his fearless predictions of why rookie QB Russell Wilson wil be the Seahawks QB of the Future. With recent big game experience, he has more composure than Matt Flynn or Tarvaris Jackson. With the biggest arm the Hawks have seen since the days of Matt Hasselbeck, Wilson is just what the team needs to out gun their opponents.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us about his fearless predictions for the Seattle Seahawks pro bowlers for the 2012 season. Kam Chancellor, Brandon Browner, and Earl Thomas should have the same impact on the league as least year. Marshawn Lynch will take his Beast Mode all the way to a starting spot on this years pro bowl squad. Rookie Bobby Wagner looks to be in league leaders in tackles.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens has a few things he has to see from Matt Flynn in 2012 before he projects him for greatness in the blue and green. In Flynn he wants to see a quarterback who is able to read a football field, a guy who can look at a defense before the snap and make pre-snap adjustments. After the snap he wants to see quick reads, and a quick release…
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings you a first glance at the newest Seattle Seahawks. With the 2012 NFL Draft wrapped up, it’s time to look back and check out the new guys. The Seahawks chose DE/OLB Bruce Irvin out of West Virginia with their first round pick, #15 overall. They proceeded to stack their defense as well as grabbing 2 stud offensive players in RB Robert Turbin and QB Russell Wilson.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us the 2012 NFL Draft was largely a success for those of us in the great northwest. For most people outside of the NW though this draft will be the laughing stock of the NFL. One reason. The REACH of a pick by Pete Carroll and John Schneider in the first round of West Virginia defensive end Bruce Irvin.
NWSB Seahawks insider Jason Green brings us his reasons why the Seattle Seahawks should go ahead and sign Peyton Manning during 2012 NFL Free agency. Paul Allen is a great owner and he not only has deep pockets, but he does not meddle with the team and he wants to win right away. Perfect fit, right Peyton?
NWSB Seattle Seahawks insider C-Mac tells us about the five Seattle Seahawks veterans that deserve a spot in Canton Ohio in the Pro football hall of fame. Cortez Kennedy is going in, and besides him Walter Jones, Mike Holmgren, Steve Hutchinson, Kenny Easley and Shaun Alexander should also go in one day. Steve Largent is eagerly awaiting their arrival.
Q reports on the best Seattle Seahawks news we’ve heard in a while today. A panel of 44 media members voted today and the inductions are in early August in Canton, Ohio. One name we will hear being called is former All World Seahawks defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy. He won the 1992 Defensive Player of the Year, on a 1-15 Seahawks ball club. He also made eight Pro Bowls, had 58 sacks. It was time!
Seattle Seahawks blogger and Senior Editor Q tells us its time for the Seattle Seahawks to cut Raheem Brock. 12 Games. 12 Tackles. 1 Sack. That’s it. Nothing else. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out. Add that to this news Brock has been charged with (DUI) drunken driving in Washington State, and he was convicted in Philadelphia for theft and sentenced to six months of probation.