On Pass Rush: Sacking the Memory of Bruce Arians

If you didn’t know, late season matchups featuring the Seattle Seahawks hosting the Arizona Cardinals have a funny way of playing themselves out. In the latest installment of this enduring classic, replete with the former shooting itself in the foot with sloppy play and bizarre mishaps, the Seahawks snapped their three year streak of losing … Continue reading On Pass Rush: Sacking the Memory of Bruce Arians

On Pass Rush: Maybe Block Jarran Reed?

Swelling like an over-pumped balloon and failing to burst with pressure until the fourth quarter, the Seattle Seahawks' defensive line mimicked its performance against the Nick-Mullens-quarterbacked-49ers just two weeks prior. Jarran Reed led the way yet again, deconstructing San Francisco’s interior line with Frank Clark close behind in impact. In total, the team ended the … Continue reading On Pass Rush: Maybe Block Jarran Reed?

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