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 Alistair Corp made us all jealous a couple weeks ago when he was able to catch up with former Seahawks All-Pro fullback Mack Strong. The definition of a class act, he answered all Alistair’s questions, and wasn’t TOO obnoxious when he beat me him a throwing contest (the difference between a 16-year NFL pro and a sports writer we suppose). Mack weighs in on Super Bowl XL.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Clinton Bell tells us to him the best “MY oh MY” play of the tenth week of the year had to be the combined no hitter of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Six pitchers spearheaded by Kevin Millwood, and finished off by Tom Wilhelmson, completely shut down the Dodgers and their hot bats. Coming in, the Dodgers were the best team in MLB, but that sure didn’t show Friday night at Safeco Field.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church asks the question we’ve all wondered. Who in 2005 thought LeRoy Hill would still be a Seahawks linebacker in 2012? After an impressive college career with Clemson, Hill was selected 34th in the 2005 NFL Draft by Seattle. After a knee injury sidelined vet Jamie Sharper he was thrust into the starting position along with Lofa Tatupu. He’s now a team leader.
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 Clinton Bell tells us its the end of the line for Tacoma’s Marcus Trufant in a Seattle uniform. His bad back and lofty salary finally led to the end of his career with his hometown team. Clinton says Marcus Trufant has always been a class act, and he hopes that he continues his career in the same fashion that he played here in Seattle. NOT in the NFC West.
Seahawks insider Brandon Choate brings us a Thanksgiving list that everyone will wish they could forget. He brings us the top 5 moments in Seahawks history that we are NOT thankful for. Bad owners, losing teams, and bad players all make this list. Can you guess who makes the cut? Brian Bosworth, Aaron Curry, Lawrence Jackson, Ken Behring, Marcus Tubbs and more…
Another North West Athlete in the spotlight today. Current Seattle Seahawks cornerback and veteran from Wilson High School in Tacoma Washington Marcus Trufant. Trufant was a football, basketball, and track star, drafted 11th overall in the 2003 NFL draft by the Seattle Seahawks, he played in the 2005 Super Bowl XL.
Seahawks blogger Brett B points out Sunday the Seattle Seahawks didn’t do much to help their own cause. They managed a pathetic 137 yards of offense, had the ball for only 17 minutes, couldn’t get open for backup QB Charlie Whitehurst, who was filling in for Tarvaris Jackson, and then there’s Charlie. He was horrible. He completed 12 of 30 passes for 97 yards and couldn’t get the Seahawks moving at all.
Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate has a fun article just in time for Halloween. He breaks down the scariest jersey numbers to wear on Halloween for Seattle Seahawks, their fans or the opponents of the Seahawks. Mack Strong, Bill Leavy, Brian Bosworth, Shaun Alexander, Super Bowl XL, Ken Behring, Cortez Kennedy all make this list…