On Deion Branch and Distortion in Sports Journalism, Part 2

Link to Part 1 (Note: Since it’s Friday night, I finished up the article with the help of several glasses of wine.  I’m reasonably confident that most of what I meant to say still made it in, though.) Since I spent most of Part 1 stomping on Peter King’s head with the help of statistics, […]

On Deion Branch and Distortion in Sports Journalism

(Note: This article ended up being much longer than I anticipated, so I cut it in half.  The second section dealt with articles not written by Peter King, so if you finish this one and for some inhuman reason still want more, let me know and I’ll post the rest tomorrow as a Part II […]

Run Defense Gets a Boost

As far as the Seahawks’ run defense is concerned, a lot of attention is on Brandon Mebane and Red Bryant — namely, the fact that Bryant is on injured reserve with a bad knee injury. But a name that gets overlooked sometimes is the guy returning to the lineup this weekend: Colin Cole. Cole, the […]

Seahawks Waive DE Geathers

Thank-You to Brian McIntyre for this article.  Seahawks have waived DE Clifton Geathers. He was on the team for two weeks and was not active for any games. It’s likely that the injuries to Mike Williams and Ben Obomanu that the Seahawks are planning another addition to the wide receiver family. A few weeks ago […]

Injury Updates

Phew! I feel a sigh of relief after listening to Coach Pete Carroll’s press conference. Below is a few injury updates that Pete talked about: TE John Carlson should return to practice this week WR Mike Williams has a first degree ankle sprain but has not been ruled out yet for the 49er game. We […]

Seahawks Win Against the Panthers – R Rated Post

The Seahawks pulled out a win. It would be safe to say that the first half was scary, but the third quarter was a blowout. The Seahawks are still tied for the division lead at 6-6 with the Rams, who won at Arizona today. Let’s chat this game up.

‘Open Thread’ Seahawks vs. Panthers

Let’s get this party started. Open Thread for all of you Seahawk Addicts. Who will win today? Will the Seahawks get the ground game going? 1st Quarter: Seahawks already down 7-0. Run Defense looks horrible as well as the whole defense. We need to make some adjustments already. Seahawks take over on downs at the […]

Inactives for Today

Here is the Seahawk inactives for today: QB Losman, WR Martin, TE Carlson, T Robinson, G Pitts, DL Geathers, DT Cole, DT Gordon. Carlson is the blow today to our Offense. We’ll see what the Seahawks have in store for the Offensive line. This also confirms that WR Mike Williams is active and will play […]

WR Mike Williams Looks Good to Go

WR Mike Williams is on the field, working out, and looks ready to go according to Jon Boyle of Here is John’s

Keys to the Game: Week 13

In a doesn’t-mean-much-if-we-win-but-really-means-a-lot-if-we-lose game, the Seahawks need to, first and foremost, win this game. Secondly though, they need to use this game to get some things going on both sides of the ball as we enter the home stretch and try to win the division. The game feels to me very similar to when the […]

Going to the Game?

Hey folks, if you’re going to the game today and have got $3 to spare, think about buying a program. Proceeds today go to benefit Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Puget Sound — a great cause — and will be matched 100% by Paul Allen (or his foundation). Give $3 to donate $6! And before […]

Saturday Night Nostalgia

Tomorrow is a day of nostalgia at Qwest Field. Almost five years ago, the NFC-leading Seattle Seahawks hosted the Carolina Panthers for the conference championship game. Despite being the home team, the odds were stacked against the Seahawks, with the seemingly-unstoppable Steve Smith and Jake Delhomme leading a high-flying offense into the NFL’s most hostile […]

Williams, Carlson Questionable

The good news: Mike Williams returned to a full participant in Friday’s practice, but is still listed as “questionable” on the day’s injury report. He’ll test his injured foot again before game-time on Sunday before returning to action, but the outlook is looking better than expected. The bad news: John Carlson was limited in practice […]