On Pass Rush: A River(s) Passes Through It

Slim sackings this week. The Chargers came in having only surrendered ten quarterback takedowns all year. The Seahawks managed two. Play-action, jet-motion, and only twenty-six pass attempts limited clean pass rush opportunities for the defensive line to really get after it. Los Angeles was also selective in using a tight-end to chip Frank Clark, obstructing … Continue reading On Pass Rush: A River(s) Passes Through It

Tasteful Filmography: Germain Ifedi Strikes Again

In the first installment of this probable trilogy, Seattle Seahawks right tackle Germain Ifedi was pronounced "better." It's okay to call him "good" now. After spending Weeks 1 and 2 tussling with Von Miller and Khalil Mack (seriously? what the fuck, schedulers), Ifedi has settled in and done well against non-All-Pro competition. Part 1, which … Continue reading Tasteful Filmography: Germain Ifedi Strikes Again

The Seahawks could’ve beaten the Chargers but they didn’t

Another too-little-too-late drive later, the Seahawks are 4-4, extremely vincible at home, facing an uphill battle to regain playoff positioning, and finished looking not-that-great in multiple phases against tougher competition than October presented. Make whatever joke or snarky comment comes to mind. Pretend it's social media. I can make them for you. It is easy. … Continue reading The Seahawks could’ve beaten the Chargers but they didn’t