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Field Gulls Nov 12, 2019
Notes on the Seahawks’ snap counts from MNF victory

Notes on the Seahawks’ snap counts from MNF victory

Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/ In one of the games of the season, the Seahawks defeated the previously undefeated 49ers, 27-24. It was a bizarre, hard-fought, strenuous game for both sides, but as it pertains to snap counts, the craziest thing was Seattle getting the ball three(!) times in a 10-minute overtime. We’ll get into what stands out below: The disparity between Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny’s playing time is startling: Chris Carson, with 96 percent of the offense’s snaps, to Penny’s four percent. Penny needs to be worked in more often. Over the last...
12th Man Rising Nov 10, 2019

Seahawks need Chris Carson to be Beast Mode-esque versus 49ers

The 49ers are great against the pass. Maybe the Seahawks will run too much on Monday night, but if they do Chris Carson needs to be great. Seahawks offensive coordinator is having a good season calling plays. He usually does not get much credit and sometimes criticism of his game plan is right and good. […] Seahawks need Chris Carson to be Beast Mode-esque versus 49ers - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Field Gulls Nov 6, 2019
Enemy Reaction 2019: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Part 2)

Enemy Reaction 2019: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Part 2)

Photo by Abbie Parr/ Thanks to the action-packed nature of the Seattle Seahawks’ 40-34 overtime classic over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Enemy Reaction has to be split into two parts. This is something I rarely do, but the scoreline was 40-34, so I think trying to jam everything into one post is impractical. Enemy Reaction 2019: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Part 1) When we last left our heroes, the scoreline was tied 24-24 at the end of the 3rd quarter. That’s when things got really wild, really frustrating, but Tampa Bay game thread comments are courtesy of Bucs Nation. Chris Carson...
The Seattle Times Nov 4, 2019
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll not setting expectations for Josh Gordon, again backs Jason Myers

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll not setting expectations for Josh Gordon, again backs Jason Myers

Carroll also said Chris Carson's two fumbles Sunday could have been prevented.
Field Gulls Nov 4, 2019
Notes on the Seahawks’ snap counts from their Week 9 triumph

Notes on the Seahawks’ snap counts from their Week 9 triumph

Photo by Abbie Parr/ The Seahawks withstood Bruce Arians and the best wide receiver duo in the NFL in Week 9, coming out on top in an overtime duel against the Buccaneers, 40-34. Seattle saw both Duane Brown and Luke Willson go to the locker room early on with injuries, leaving the door open for some difficult juggling, with George Fant the third tight end and backup left tackle. However, both players stuck in the game, and helped the Seahawks to victory. Chris Carson receiving a workhorse amount of snaps has become the norm at this point in the season, with another...
Field Gulls Nov 4, 2019
Teams aggressively punching at Chris Carson

Teams aggressively punching at Chris Carson

Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports As a freshman at Butler Community College in 2013, Chris Carson was an absolute monster carrying the football. However, he had a fumbling problem that led to him being benched in favor of Ty Suggs, in spite of outproducing Suggs by a good margin. Suggs, it appears, never went on to play football beyond his time at Butler, while Carson has obviously gone on to success at Oklahoma State and now with the Seattle Seahawks. His fumbling problem has returned, though, and through nine games this year he has more fumbles than all other running backs, tight ends and...
Field Gulls Nov 1, 2019
Thursday injury report a lot lighter for Seahawks

Thursday injury report a lot lighter for Seahawks

Troy Wayrynen-USA TODAY Sports When the Seattle Seahawks filed their midweek injury report on Wednesday in advance of the team’s Week 9 showdown with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, nearly a third of the roster was listed on the injury report. As many expected, however, there were several names that were likely being given additional rest days in the heart of the season, including Bobby Wagner, Chris Carson and Tyler Lockett. Then, when the Hawks filed their Thursday injury report, that expectation proved to be true. #Seahawks practice report for Thursday. A whole bunch of guys back to...
Field Gulls Oct 31, 2019
Seahawks list a third of the roster on Wednesday injury report

Seahawks list a third of the roster on Wednesday injury report

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports After the Week 8 victory over the Atlanta Falcons, Pete Carroll stated the Seattle Seahawks were doing well in terms of health, in particular that no new injuries had been suffered during the victory. The the Seahawks promptly put Tedric Thompson on injured reserve and listed much of the rest of the roster on the Wednesday injury report. #Seahawks practice report for Wednesday: pic.twitter.com/FworkzcnUA— John Boyle (@johnpboyle) October 30, 2019 As was seen last week, both Chris Carson and Tyler Lockett were limited in practice on Wednesday, and just...
Field Gulls Oct 27, 2019
Seahawks 27 Falcons 20: The definition of an annoying win

Seahawks 27 Falcons 20: The definition of an annoying win

Photo by Kevin C. Cox/ If the Seattle Seahawks (6-2) seriously can’t blow out the Atlanta Falcons (1-7) then they probably can’t blow anyone out this season. Alas, it’s a win. Russell Wilson threw only 20 times, but completed 14 of them for 182 yards and a pair of touchdowns to DK Metcalf. Chris Carson had 90 yards and a rushing TD, Tyler Lockett had 6 catches for 100 yards, and... well the defense sucked bad. Just imagine if Matt Schaub wasn’t the QB, because Schaub went 39/52 for 460 yards and a TD (and an INT). A 24-0 halftime lead turned into something much closer for no good...
ClutchPoints Oct 24, 2019
Why Chris Carson will prove to be the Seahawks’ biggest X-Factor against the Falcons

Why Chris Carson will prove to be the Seahawks’ biggest X-Factor against the Falcons

When looking at the NFL’s Week 8 schedule, there are a couple great matchups that really stand out. The Seattle Seahawks versus the Atlanta Falcons is not one of them. Seattle has been a great team all season, and it shows in their 5-2 record. The Falcons on the other hand, have been simply abysmal. […] The post Why Chris Carson will prove to be the Seahawks’ biggest X-Factor against the Falcons appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Field Gulls Oct 23, 2019
Seahawks line a weak spot through Week 7

Seahawks line a weak spot through Week 7

Photo by Jeff Halstead/Icon Sportswire via All season long we’ve been tracking how the offensive line of the Seattle Seahawks stacks up against the other lines around the league, and this week is no different. In Week 7 the Hawks dropped an ugly game to the Baltimore Ravens, as the offense struggled in the rain and the defense had trouble with Lamar Jackson’s elusiveness. The Baltimore defensive line lacks any huge names, but they harassed Russell Wilson all day, while also slowing down Chris Carson and the run game enough to come away victorious. Football Outsiders Run Blocking:...
Field Gulls Oct 21, 2019
Notes on the Seahawks’ snap counts from Week 7

Notes on the Seahawks’ snap counts from Week 7

Photo by Otto Greule Jr/ For the first time since Week 3—and the second time at home—the Seahawks lost a football game in the 2019 season. In a similarly rainy, frustrating afternoon in Seattle, the Seahawks couldn’t overcome themselves, nor a dynamic rushing performance (in Week 3, Alvin Kamara, on Sunday Lamar Jackson), to see victory. Instead, Seattle drops to 5-2 on the season. The bizarre nature of their Week 7 loss is shown in the team’s snap counts, where a few players saw a puzzling amount of time. For the third consecutive game, Chris Carson saw a huge...
Field Gulls Oct 19, 2019
Chris Carson batters Browns, leaving them black and blue

Chris Carson batters Browns, leaving them black and blue

Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports Sunday the Seattle Seahawks host the Baltimore Ravens at Century Link field in what will be a return to where everything started for Earl Thomas. However, while Thomas was always among the best when it came to slowing down the opponent’s aerial attack, Sunday he’ll face a foe he’s yet to go head to head with, and that’s Chris Carson. In 2018 Carson became the first Seahawk since Marshawn Lynch to run for more than 1,000 yards, and he’s already more than halfway to that mark in 2019. Against the Browns he repeatedly showed the burst to slide around...
ClutchPoints Oct 18, 2019
Chris Carson: What to expect from the Seahawks RB in Week 7

Chris Carson: What to expect from the Seahawks RB in Week 7

The Seattle Seahawks hope to keep their winning streak going as they host the Baltimore Ravens in Week 7 of the 2019 NFL season. Running back Chris Carson will be an integral part of their efforts. Carson emerged as a bonafide workhorse following a breakout 2018 campaign and he has managed to solidify that notion […] The post Chris Carson: What to expect from the Seahawks RB in Week 7 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Seattle Times Oct 15, 2019
The Final Word: Bob Condotta reviews what went right in the Seahawks’ road win vs. Browns

The Final Word: Bob Condotta reviews what went right in the Seahawks’ road win vs. Browns

Turnovers, Chris Carson, Jaron Brown all played key roles in the win. Oh, and Russell Wilson, too.

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