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Week 13 (12/13): Saints at Seahawks

Tonight's game is about as big as it gets.  The Seahawks right now are the best team in the conference — and, arguably, the best team in the entire league — and their opponent this evening is the #2 team in the NFC, the New Orleans Saints.  And if the Hawks win this one, they'll […]

Week 3 (9/13) – Seahawks Win! (R-Rated Thread)

We knew a rout was a distinct possibility for this one, and that's exactly what the Seahawks delivered.  The Jaguars' defense played decently enough, but clearly doesn't have enough working parts in place to stay competitive against a top-shelf team like Seattle.  On offense, Henne had a relatively okay game (well, as okay a game […]

Stafford Shines at UGA Pro Day

by: Michael Steffes Tim Ruskell was present as the University of Georgia held its Pro Day this afternoon. Matt Stafford threw the ball very well, according to reports. Here is the article if you want more info. Rob Station has more info on the days events, including the performance of a certain running back, at […]

Offensive Playmakers and Interior Linemen

by: Michael Steffes Talk continues to ramp up as the draft is now less than 40 days away. There is a lot of speculation on who the Seahawks will draft, and that is exactly what Tim Ruskell wants. As in years past, he has done a pretty good job making this a team with few […]

Point Counterpoint: Matt Stafford

by: Chris Sullivan Over the past week or so, it has become increasingly likely that the Seahawks will have a stab at drafting Matthew Stafford. Rumors out of Detroit are pointing to them drafting Jason Smith or Eugene Monroe at #1 overall and likely trading up out of the 20th spot to grab Josh Freeman […]

For Those of You Who Are Curious

by: Michael Steffes Eugene Monroe was on Sirius NFL Radio today. He talked about the combine, his family, etc. At the end, he was asked who had scheduled visits with him. He listed the Rams, KC, Cincy, Jacksonville (i think), and a couple others. But, no Seahawks. This could mean nothing, or it could mean […]

Engram Is a Chief

By Chris Sullivan The Kansas City Chiefs have signed Bobby Engram, according to RotoWorld.com. That site is blocked at work (fantasy sports, damn!), but as far as I know, no terms are available. Good luck to you, Bobby! You’ll always have a place in our fan-hearts! Thanks to Walter Z and any commenters who nailed […]

Seahawk Addicts Bracket Challenge

by: Michael Steffes Howdy Addicts! Need to take your focus off the Seahawks for a minute so the draft gets here a little quicker? Then enter the Seahawk Addicts NCAA Tournament Challenge, sponsored by the Seattle Team Store. The winner will get fame (a post) and fortune ($50 gift card to Seattle Team Store). Here […]

Is Stafford a Legitimate Top 5 Pick?

by: William P. Tomisser Matt McGuire over at WalterFootball.com has written an analysis of why quarterbacks bust and has listed the quarterbacks since 1972 who have been busts and why they didn’t make it in the NFL. He then analyzes Matt Stafford and gives his opinion whether he is worthy of being the number one […]

Redding’s Role

By Chris Sullivan The Seahawks started their offseason workouts today, and newly inked Hawk Cory Redding was among the participants. Redding gave some insight to Clare Farnsworth on his role on the team: Redding said the initial plan is to have him play end on first and second downs and then slide inside to tackle […]

Clare Farnsworth: One of the Good Guys

by: Michael Steffes The Seattle P-I‘s last day in print will be tomorrow. They have committed to keeping an online presence, but it appears as if Clare Farnsworth, their Seahawks beat writer is not in those plans. That is very unfortunate. I wanted to take a minute and thank Clare for his years of fantastic […]

Hugh Millen Talks Peterson Trade

by: Michael Steffes Were you looking for an “expert” opinion on the trade the Seahawks made over the weekend? Well, KJR has obliged. Softy had Hugh Millen on this morning to give his analysis of the trade, (warning: audio link). Without going into too much detail on Cory Redding, he breaks down the trade from […]

Lions Add Another Seahawk

by: Michael Steffes The Lions have added their third Seahawk of the offseason. Tom Kowalski reports that the Lions have agreed to terms with TE Will Heller. The Hawks were not interested in bringing Heller back after signing the Lions’ John Owens, who is also a blocking tight end. So far the Lions have added […]

Mockery from Motown?

by: Mike Parker The Detroit Free Press is giving credit to the Lions for the Peterson-Redding trade, saying Seattle lost more than they gained in the deal. Free Press writer Mike Brudenell had this to say in response to Tim Ruskell’s quote endorsing Cory Redding: Best of luck there, Tim. Guess Cory spent some time […]

More on Peterson v. Redding

by: Chris Sullivan Peter King of SI writes today in his MMQB Column that he thinks the Hawks got the better of the deal with the Lions. While Peterson may be a better player overall, Redding is very good at his job, and with no one on the d-line to open up holes Peterson’s strength […]

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