NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brett Bivens takes us on a trip down memory lane, this time bringing us his second edition of the Seahawks all time offensive weapons. I don’t care how good a quarterback is, he’s nothing without protection. There is only one man I would ever want protecting the blind side of my quarterback. In this case Matt Hasselbeck. That man is Walter Jones. No offense to Andy Heck.
NWSB Blogger and NBA insider Steve Lee not only shows his age with his latest post, but brings back the nostalgia to all of us “older” sports fans to the time when sports cards were our world. As a blog that brings you the news of the North West’s biggest teams, Steve brings us the rookie cards from the area’s biggest stars. Ken Griffey Jr, Pavel Bure, Spencer Haywood, Clyde Drexler, and Steve Largent can all be seen here in their most glorious cardboard glory.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Clinton Bell brings us the newest installment to the NWSB page, the hypothetical What If questions, Seahawks Version. Where to begin. Clinton starts off with the question of where would this team been without the trades that brought us Steve Largent, and Matt Hasselbeck. Two of the all time greats that ever wore a Seahawks uniform. And yes, he also touches on the Drew Bledsoe, Rick Mirer saga.
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 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 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 Brandon Choate brings us some Seahawks nostalgia in this weeks Moments In Time. In 1988, the Seattle Seahawks went to Cincinnati to play the Bengals in the first round of the 1988 playoffs. Both teams revolutionized techniques still used today. Who can forget perfomances by Joe Nash, Ickey Woods, Boomer Esiason and others…
The Pro Football Hall of Fame, the final destination. The goal of every Pro Football Player. The Seahawks came into the NFL in 1976 and while they have 11 playoff appearances and won the NFC title in 2005 they really have only one player in the NFL Hall of Fame. Steve Largent.
Listen up Seattle Seahawks fans, we’ve got a good read here for you. Fun take by Q as he weighs in with his top five players in Seahawks history…