NWSB Insider and Seahawks’ blogger Ben Tole talks about Seattle’s rivalry with the Arizona Cardinals. That being said, and considering the Seahawks face an important home game this weekend against Arizona, I’d like to take a deeper look at what the Seahawks-Cardinal rivalry has become. Ken Wisenhunt, made the Cardinals relevant, much like the combination of Matt Hasselbeck, Shaun Alexander and Mike Holmgren had done for Seattle.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens explains why he would not trade Marshawn Lynch for any running back in the league—even Adrian Peterson. The Seahawks are about to make a serious run over the next several years. Marshawn is going to be a big part of that. In Bivens’ opinion, Lynch is the best running best running back the team has ever had, though my favorite is still Chris Warren
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate brings us his newest installment of Moments in Time. This week, the Seahawks take on the Packers in the spotlight of Monday Night Football. The teams faced off in 2006 in the same setting, except Seattle was cold and snowy as Matt Hasselbeck and Shaun Alexander effectively handled Brett Favre and the Packers 34-24. Alexander rushed for 201 yards on a record 40 carries.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Reggie Gill tells us why he loves Big Cortez Kennedy. Who has been chosen to enter the NFL Hall of Fame this year, and there couldn’t be a more deserving player. “Tez” was a great player, and all Seahawk fans love him. A player is always more endearing to fans when he has spent his entire career with an organization. Steve Largent and Dave Wyman rave about Tez.
NWSB Insider and sports blogger Steve Lee has a great article today on the record holders that grace that great northwest sports scene. In just under two weeks, BC Lions receiver Geroy Simon will cement his place in the CFL record books as the league’s all time receiver. Other northwest athletes are in the books too. Ichiro Suzuki, Shaun Alexander, Damon Stoudamire, Gary Payton, Henrik Sedin have their own Moments In Time.
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate is back with the newest Moments in time piece: the Seahawks Alphabet. Hope you enjoy this one. We take a look at the Seahawks in an A-Z format. From MVP winning Shaun Alexander the Great to Jim Zorn, he chronicles the Seahawks history and key moments in the franchise. Do you remember Jack Patera and Pete Gross? Brandon does.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us the Seahawks got their man. This isn’t exactly breaking news. Marshawn Lynch locked up before the franchise tag deadline. He’s making a Four-year $31 million contract with $17 million guaranteed now. Which seems like a bargain when you compare him to the other top backs in the league.
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.
Seattle Seahawks nostalgia in this weeks Moments In Time. In 2002, the 4the Seahawks traveled to Arizona to take on the Cardinals in the 2002 NFL season. Seattle avenged their previous loss in the season to Arizona over a dominant first half performance from Shaun Alexander and Matt Hasselbeck good enough to last through the rest of the game.
Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us the Seahawks need some help to achieve their post-season dreams in 2011/12. So Christmas is going to come early. Here’s our Seattle Seahawks Xmas gifts. Re-sign Big Red Bryant for starters, grab a QB of the future, have San Diego Chargers beat the Detroit Lions on Saturday, Resign The Beast. Marshawn Lynch needs to be resigned.
Seattle Seahawks nostalgia in this weeks Moments In Time. In 2007, the Seattle Seahawks headed to Soldier Field in Chicago to take on the Bears in the divisional round of the 2007 NFL Playoffs. The game was back and forth as Shaun Alexander rushed for 2 touchdowns and Nate Burleson caught one, but Bears kicker Robbie Gould had the ultimate say in the game.
Today word out of the NFL tells us Marshawn Lynch green socks on Monday Night Football has earned him a $5,000 slap on the hand from the NFL? It’s been a record season for Lynch, he has scored at least one touchdown in nine consecutive games, matching Shaun Alexander’s franchise record. Trent Cole ends Russell Okung season only gets fined $7500?