Regression to the mean Say it with me y’all, “Re-gresh-shun”. The Seahawks had a historically awful run game last year. In fact, they lost about twice as much EPA as the average run on a per play basis. If rushing is generally like shooting your offense in the foot, Seattle was amputating the whole damn … Continue reading Thr3e r3asons to b3 optimistic about th3 S3ahawks
The Seattle Seahawks finished their first preseason contest of 2018 nearly a week ago. In typical Seahawks fashion, the ending was needlessly dramatic after the Colts fumbled the ball approximately 10,000 yards back into their own end zone (thanks Glowinski) where it was recovered by Joey Ivie. If he makes the team, the Seahawks will … Continue reading Seattle R&R: Roster Revamp
Obviously not. However, some of the haters and losers on “Tweeter” (Editor’s note: Twitter) have rallied to his conman charm and are busy guzzling down his snake oil. Let me be clear, I was once a believer. I never liked his flashy USC teams, but when he talked about his vision for the Seahawks, I … Continue reading Is Pete Carroll a Good Coach?
The Seahawks had a rotten season last year. Going merely 9-7 and missing the playoffs for the first time since *checks hand* 2011. Pete Carroll and John Schneider are at risk of losing a whole generation of fans. Kindergartners, for the first time in their lives, experienced an NFL postseason without the Seahawks. Pete and … Continue reading The Seahawks’ Offense Will Be Fine