Monthly Archives: August 2012

At will (Observations on Seahawks pre-season game 3)

“At will” is the phrase I’ll use to describe this game. The Seahawks scored at will, both on the ground and through the air; they stopped the Chief’s offense at will, and dominated on both sides of special teams at … Continue reading

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Can’t catch a break (observations from Sehawks pre-season game week 2)

I really am sorry for Matt Flynn. He looks the part of starting NFL QB, he does what is asked from him, he delivers, yet everyone instead goes ga-ga over Russell Wilson. Not only are two of his very well-thrown … Continue reading

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Keeping the Powder Dry (observations from Seahawks pre-season game one)

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged. I miss it terribly and I’m going to start writing again. I’m a bit of a perfectionist and writing something worth reading takes time. As I get older, free time becomes more and … Continue reading

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