Category Archives: Seahawks Analysis

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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Singlehandedly Wrote a Blog Post (and Week 3 Musings)

Typing with one hand sucks. I’m after a little sympathy; so what? Just a personal, making-eye-contact message to you: NEVER look away when cutting an onion (or anything for that matter) with a very sharp knife. Seriously. Don’t make me … Continue reading

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Why the Packers Must Prevail

I will get to yesterday’s unbelievably mind-blowingly awesome game soon. But first, I must attend to more important matters. It’s imperative for the Seahawks that the Packers beat the Eagles today. Here are three reasons why: 1. Next week’s matchup. … Continue reading

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Something Great is Brewing (and it’s not Coffee)

The Seahawks are in about as good as position to upset the Saints, short of Drew Brees coming down with avian flu or something and missing the game. But honestly, I’d rather Brees play. I know it sounds crazy, but … Continue reading

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Why the Seahawks Should Start Matt Hasselbeck

I’ll save you the “Matt’s a veteran” and “he’s been in the playoffs before” arguments. Matt’s performance of the previous three seasons nullifies the first argument, and the second is just idiotic. Show me proof that players “with playoff experience” … Continue reading

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