Smart, Tough, Reliable: The Story of N’Keal Harry

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

Seattle’s win over Carolina carries significant implications

Initially, after Janikowski’s game-winner went through the uprights, I went blank; relieved, surely, but also in acute shock that the Seattle Seahawks had even been in a position to win in the first place. Hours after digestion, it slowly sunk in how important Sunday's victory over the Carolina Panthers was in the big picture; not … Continue reading Seattle’s win over Carolina carries significant implications

State of the Franchise

Everything eventually comes to expiration. I just never imagined the relationships of former and current players being in such shambles with Pete Carroll; a well-documented players coach. When you mix Carroll’s core philosophy with the nature of a bottom line business, you can see how the player/coach chemistry would fade after the player becomes established. … Continue reading State of the Franchise

A Tasteful 53 Man Projection

Your Seahawks have now finished "Dress Rehearsal" week. Though most of the neckbeards already know that game provides the best insight as to who is winning positional battles. 'The Purge' as I (not Evan Hill) famously coined, has created opportunity for young blood to come forward, and so far, we've had  pleasant surprises from our … Continue reading A Tasteful 53 Man Projection