This week, the Seattle Seahawks play the Baltimore Ravens, and there’s a lot going on: Earl Thomas returning to Seattle, the chance to get to 6-1 for only the second time in franchise history, the endless fight for beak supremacy, etc. But an extremely important topic that people are starting to rumble about has nothing … Continue reading What’s Up With Michael Dickson?
SCENE: Russell Wilson approaches the door of Pete Carroll, which is of course open. Carroll sits in a reclining chair, eyes rapt on a set of dual monitors; one displays what appears to be a series of clips of Marianne Williamson’s various debate performances, the other Travis Etienne highlights. As Wilson comes closer to the … Continue reading A Mostly Oral History of a Portion of October 12th, 2019
Welcome to the recurring piece that provides the answers you don't need to the questions you'd never ask. Each week, John and Mike from Tasteful Profanity will answer four and a half questions each -- four of which they/we will ask each other, and then they/we will tag-team a question from Twitter dot com. Please … Continue reading Four and a Half Men: Cleveland Edition
I’m about to give Pete Carroll credit for how good Russell Wilson is. I do not know if I fully believe that Pete Carroll deserves all of this credit, but I think this week was illustrative in terms of how fortunate Wilson was to have landed in the Seahawks’ program. This is not speaking to … Continue reading Is Pete Carroll why Russell Wilson is great? Yes? Yes!
The Seattle Seahawks didn’t tally a single sack in their win over the Los Angeles Rams last Thursday in another case of “almost.” It’s disappointing not seeing the stats rack up, but sometimes, almost is good enough. After all, sacks are really just happy accidents accounting for only about five percent of all dropbacks. Almost … Continue reading On Pass Rush: Green in Name Only
I've always loved baseball for one main, stereotypical reason: it's a reflection of life. Sometimes you succeed and touch a glorious moment, sandwiched between many failures. You can't swing at everything, especially the curves. Win or lose, you do it all again tomorrow, under the guise of a clean slate, which is a beautiful and … Continue reading On Identity
Good morning, everyone. You have surely, over the years, heard of Sports Illustrated’s The MMQB, a regular column breaking down all of the previous week’s happenings within the NFL. Since that is now obsolete, are you prepared for the MHDD? Welcome to the Mike Hive Deep Dive. In this recurring piece, Tasteful Profanity’s trio of … Continue reading MHDD: The Cleveland Browns Stink