An ode to Tyler Lockett’s miraculous 2018 season

August 7th, 2019.  It is day 91 AD (After Doug). The Seattle Seahawks' wide receiver room has undergone many changes since those pedestrian pass-catchers won a Super Bowl six years ago.  Though our skies are typically dark and gray, our wide receivers need not be as well. Much is unknown about Seattle's 2019 receiving corps, … Continue reading An ode to Tyler Lockett’s miraculous 2018 season

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the NHL Playoffs: Volume I

It's official, folks. There are just three Stanley Cups remaining that Seattle can’t win. When 2021 comes, we will all be decked out in our Seattle Totems/Kraken/Sockeye/whatever jerseys, cheering on the best expansion team to arrive since 2017. Until then, there may be some newer hockey fans trying to decide who to root for or … Continue reading The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the NHL Playoffs: Volume I

George Fant: Seattle’s #1 Receiver

Throughout the Pete Carroll/Russell Wilson era, the Seattle Seahawks' receiving room has undergone some drastic changes. First arrived Sidney Rice, Russell’s first love affair with a wideout. Rice generously gave up his own well-being countless times -- most notably in an overtime win against the Bears -- so that Russ could shine. Then came Golden Tate, or … Continue reading George Fant: Seattle’s #1 Receiver