The difference in the Seattle Seahawks being a playoff team and a real Super Bowl contender is dependent upon growth from both sides of the trench. Offensively, it’s not a matter of passing more. It’s not a matter of taking the challenge flag away from a hormonal coach. It’s not a matter of being more … Continue reading In the Trenches: A review of Seattle’s offensive and defensive lines
There is much frustration to digest after Pete Carroll’s first-ever September home loss against the Brees-less Saints. Through three games, the most confusing trend to this point has been the ball security of Chris Carson. After only fumbling twice over the entirety of last season, Carroll’s workhorse has amassed three fumbles in as many games, … Continue reading Can Chris Carson bounce back?
After taking large strides in 2018, many anticipated the Seahawks' offensive line to be an above-average unit heading into 2019. I believed the group would debut in mid-season form. After all, four of five starters would return. Replacing J.R. Sweezy with Mike Iupati felt like a lateral move at worst, the latter being a Mike … Continue reading Week 2 Review: Offensive line and adjusting scheme for opponent
Today, all 32 NFL clubs close out the preseason with their final exhibition games. By Sunday afternoon, the Seahawks must reduce their 90-man roster to a maximum of 53. With a few injury designations and transactions already taken place, I wanted to get one more projection in before waivers clear, and teams fill out the … Continue reading The T*steful 53-Man
Training camp means several tough personnel decisions loom for the Seattle Seahawks. We are less than two weeks away from the 53-man deadline; many roster-hopefuls are dreading the words "Coach Carroll wants to see you." It shouldn’t be surprising that Seattle’s front office has a better idea about who the team is keeping than they’d … Continue reading Will Delano Hill finally get his chance?
The Seattle Seahawks have embarked on their 10th season in the Pete Carroll/John Schneider era, and the 2nd season into the retool I’ve previously coined "The Purge." After experiencing more attrition than the seven kingdoms of Westeros, Schneider has identified some promising talent, while retaining his most important cogs, Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner. Attention … Continue reading Camp Crucial: Seahawks Notes & Roster Predictions
Before coming to the United States, 21 year old N’Keal Harry spent the earliest part of his childhood on a small island in Saint Vincent, where the population was last estimated to be under 110,000. Like many other countries, the popularity of American football is nowhere near that of soccer and rugby. (Fun fact: you … Continue reading Smart, Tough, Reliable: The Story of N’Keal Harry