On Pass Rush: A Preseason Preview

A new NFL football (pre) season is here. And where there are football seasons seasoning, there are pass rushers pass rushing. The 2019 Seahawks, though, might be testing the validity of that statement with personnel losses ranging from the permanent to the temporary, and to the to-be-determined. To be blunt, the Seahawks’ defensive line is … Continue reading On Pass Rush: A Preseason Preview

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

Camp Crucial: Seahawks Notes & Roster Predictions

The Seattle Seahawks have embarked on their 10th season in the Pete Carroll/John Schneider era, and the 2nd season into the retool I’ve previously coined "The Purge." After experiencing more attrition than the seven kingdoms of Westeros, Schneider has identified some promising talent, while retaining his most important cogs, Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner. Attention … Continue reading Camp Crucial: Seahawks Notes & Roster Predictions

T*steful Predictability: Exploring expectation’s impact on success

Ever since the Brian Schottenheimer hire, complaints have come in about how predictable his playcalling is. I am not equipped to discuss whether it is or not, but I was curious about whether predictability is actually a net negative for NFL offenses. I get it, this sounds absurd; of course it is bad to be predictable … Continue reading T*steful Predictability: Exploring expectation’s impact on success