Toying around with ESPN’s Playoff Machine late Sunday night, I discovered that with precisely the right clicks, I could catch a glimpse of not only what the 2019 NFL playoff seeding would look like, but what a few of the games would look like as well. After hours and hours poring over my laptop, with … Continue reading Déjà Vu: The 2019 Seahawks in review
If you've spent time on Seahawks twitter, first of all, I'm so sorry you poor bastard. Secondly, you've probably seen the hashtag #PuntToWin brought to the forefront by the coalition of All-Pro punter Michael Dickson and his best friend, the known trader Sean Clement. For most of us, #PuntToWin can just be a silly label, … Continue reading Pete Carroll and the Beauty of Punting
Quandre Diggs is now a Seattle Seahawk. There’s little doubt in many media members' minds that this was the trade of the year. John Schneider continues to exude the confidence you’d expect from someone endowed with a larger than life ego in trading for the best Diggs available. With his aggressiveness, Schneids has clearly penetrated … Continue reading Seahawks Digg themselves out of free safety Quandre — best trade ever?
This Thursday, for the first time this season, the Seahawks will take on the Rams in a battle for NFC West dominance. Yes, I know the 49ers are 3-0 and *technically* in first place, but come on. They're the 49ers. At first, this seems like a tough matchup for Seattle. Head coach Sean McVay, the … Continue reading Stats Don’t Lie: The Rams are actually terrible
Dear D.K. Metcalf, You first caught my eye when you ran that blazing 4.33 40-yard dash at the combine. I thought to myself, “Wow, now here’s a guy that is going to be a great asset to whatever team he’s on.” (Yes, the voice in my head sounds like Chris Collinsworth. I don’t really understand … Continue reading A love letter to D.K. Metcalf
The Seattle Seahawks drafted future XFL MVP Christine Michael with their first selection in 2013 (Round 2, Pick 62), in what just might be the worst class of the PCJS era. (Evidence of John Schneider’s knowledge and subsequent attempts to correct this failing is openly documented in his relentless desire to acquire every first-round pick … Continue reading Christine Michael: The Numbers
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