Tag Archives: Advanced Stats

Oakland’s Biggest Strength is the Seattle Seahawks’ Biggest Weakness

The Seahawks face off with the Oakland Raiders on what’s likely to be one of the more entertaining games of the season. Sure, the Raiders and Seahawks had quite the rivalry going when they shared the same division, but that’s … Continue reading

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What Rhymes with “Live and Shoe”?

Hint: a very attainable Seattle Seahawks win/loss record after a week 8 ‘bictory’ over the Oakland Raiders. I just can’t bring myself to say it aloud. Or type it. I can’t. And don’t you DARE do so yourself. You’ll break … Continue reading

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New Pages for Your Perusal

So I’ve been putting off creating a few pages that I think are important for this site. Last night, I powered through them. I’ve created a simple About Me page to tell you about myself, for those of you that … Continue reading

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Boy Does that Josh Wilson Trade Still Sting

I hated the trade. I still hate it. Begrudgingly, however, I get it: despite his production, Josh is too small for what Carroll likes in defensive backs and his contract was up at the end of the season. Fine. But boy … Continue reading

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Seneca Wallace Stars as Two-Face

Why the hell am I writing about a Cleveland Browns quarterback? Because I hate the NFL’s established metrics system. If you’re not confused, I’ve accidentally let one of my three clones escape and he’s reading this post. NFL metrics suck. … Continue reading

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