NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth weighs in with part 2 of his year in review. A look at the Seahawks 2013 offense. The offense begins and ends with rookie 3rd round draft pick Russell Wilson. The words describing the greatness of this young man are endless. To put it simply, there is no quarterback on this earth I would rather have leading my team than Wilson. Such a positive attitude and he brought life to a city that needed it.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth weighs in with part 1 of his year in review. A look at the Seahawks 2013 defense. The Seattle Seahawks season began with a certain level of expectations. The defense was youthful with loads of promise and the offense held a top rushing attack. Playoffs were a reasonable goal, and then Russell Wilson threw the ball. The city of Seattle has never been more excited in the history of this franchise.
Seahawks insider Brett Bivens breaks out his red sharpie today in his newest piece. He is handing out his end-of-the-year grades to the Seattle Seahawks offense. How will Tarvaris Jackson, Marshawn Lynch, Michael Robinson, Sidney Rice, Zach Miller, Robert Gallery, Mike Williams, and Doug Baldwin grade out? And how will up and comers like John Moffitt and Cameron Morrah score?
Seahawks insider Brandon Choate breaks out his red sharpie today in his newest piece. He is handing out his end-of-the-year grades to the Seattle Seahawks defense. How will Pro Bowlers Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor and Brandon Browner fare? And how will up and comers like K.J. Wright and Richard Sherman score?
Steve Lee one of our Portland Trailblazers bloggers tells us After serving Kevin Pritchard a pink slip one year earlier, Paul Allen said goodbye to his replacement Rich Cho, here are more top moments of the 2011 Trail Blazers. Wesley Matthews found himself inserted into the starting five when Roy was on the bench in street clothes. Here’s to the 2011 Portland Trailblazers memories. Our Year In Review. Cheers.
C-Mac our Vancouver Whitecaps blogger tells us the Whitecaps managed to field a competitive squad just about every week.. The five top moments of the 2011 team. Bryce Alderson, a Whitecaps youth academy player doing well, signing Young-Pyo Lee, Eric Hassli’s spectacular dipping shot, and the opening game in Empire Field.. Here’s to the 2011 Whitecaps memories. Our Year In Review. Cheers.
C-Mac our Vancouver Canucks blogger tells us after losing the Stanley Cup finals to Boston, there are still top moments in time to look back on. The five top moments of the 2011 Vancouver Canucks. Alex Burrows defating the Blackhawks, Kevin Bieksa and his stanchion shot, Manny Malhotra and his eye injury, Cory Schneider and his presence. Here’s to the 2011 Canucks memories. Our Year In Review. Cheers.
Danny Ferguson our Seattle Mariners blogger tells us as rough of a year as it was, here are the five top moments of the 2011 Seattle Mariners. Chone Figgins, Luis Rodriguez, Michael Pineda, Milton Bradley, and the Dave Neihaus statue at Safeco Field all make the list. Here’s to the 2011 Seattle Mariners memories. Our Year In Review. Cheers.