On Pass Rush: A River(s) Passes Through It

Slim sackings this week. The Chargers came in having only surrendered ten quarterback takedowns all year. The Seahawks managed two. Play-action, jet-motion, and only twenty-six pass attempts limited clean pass rush opportunities for the defensive line to really get after it. Los Angeles was also selective in using a tight-end to chip Frank Clark, obstructing … Continue reading On Pass Rush: A River(s) Passes Through It

On Pass Rush: The Sacking of London

It happened. Sacks. Lots of them. Seattle's defensive line finally registered the sackimonious day Seahawks fans had been yearning for. The pressure vacuum resultant of the mass exodus of talent last offseason placed a call to action on the remainders’ shoulders. They have answered. The group tallied six sacks in this week’s game with two … Continue reading On Pass Rush: The Sacking of London

On Pass Rush: Fuck the Rams

Whatever glimmer of hope there was to be drawn from the pass-rush department in last week’s Cardinals game was swiftly subverted by the indefensible apparatus known as the Sean McVay Rams (brought to you by Play-Action). Youths. Short drops, constant play-action, motion, and well-schemed protections kept Seattle’s already lacking overall up-front talent from getting enough … Continue reading On Pass Rush: Fuck the Rams

On Pass Rush: Glendale

*Disclaimer: much of this was written before Earl went down so my somber attitude won’t be reflected much—I’m dead inside btw* Lil Jon yelling “shots, shots, shots” but instead it’s “sacks, sacks, sacks.” Your Seattle Seahawks welcomed Josh Rosen’s inaugural NFL start with just enough chaos upfront despite tallying one sack. They did manage seven … Continue reading On Pass Rush: Glendale