10-step plan for a successful Seahawks offseason

A few months ago, both Michael-Shawn Dugar and Aaron Fentress of the Athletic penned thoughtful missives outlining what they believed to be the best courses of action for the Seattle Seahawks this offseason. I’m thrilled to inform you that I have indeed completed this triptych, and, despite the belatedness, in exponentially more valid fashion than … Continue reading 10-step plan for a successful Seahawks offseason

Cutups & Conjecture: Examining Seattle’s offensive line additions

As per usual, the Seattle Seahawks have been rather quiet in the first week of free agency. Staying true to form, they have retained their own players first, and found bargains where possible. While most of the focus remains on pass rush and what happens with Jadeveon Clowney, John Schneider has added four offensive linemen, … Continue reading Cutups & Conjecture: Examining Seattle’s offensive line additions

Marshawn Lynch is more important than football

Some people might not understand why others look at the NFL through a statistical perspective. It’s not because it makes them feel smarter than the general public, or NFL coaches, or general managers. (I mean, I can’t speak for everyone, that might be the case for a few). It’s because it’s actually fun to watch … Continue reading Marshawn Lynch is more important than football