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12th Man Rising May 18, 2019

Seahawks D.K. Metcalf or Gary Jennings: Who is better in 2019

The Seahawks have a lot of young receivers. Who will be the better of two receivers Seattle took in the 2019 NFL Draft, Gary Jennings or D.K. Metcalf this season? Clearly, the Seahawks wanted more speed at receiver. Seattle, of course, already had Tyler Lockett who can fly, but other than Lockett, Seattle’s receivers are […] Seahawks D.K. Metcalf or Gary Jennings: Who is better in 2019 - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Field Gulls May 18, 2019
What should Seahawks fans expect from the young receiving corps?

What should Seahawks fans expect from the young receiving corps?

There has been a lot of talk, from national media pundits, on social media and even among fans of the Seattle Seahawks regarding what the team’s corps of receivers will look like in 2019. Obviously, the loss of Doug Baldwin is a significant factor in these matters, and on top of that is the fact that behind Tyler Lockett and Jaron Brown there is very little experience in the receivers room. Specifically, it appears that many fans feel they may have seen enough of David Moore, and are ready to move on to see which of the three receivers the Hawks drafted in April can come in a make a...
Field Gulls May 17, 2019
Century Links 5/17: Could Tyler Lockett Make a Move to the Slot?

Century Links 5/17: Could Tyler Lockett Make a Move to the Slot?

Read! Sign up for the Seaside Joe newsletter!In addition to the great content you'll see on Field Gulls every day, sign up for a daily newsletter to come to your email every morning that will be a short and sweet post, thought, stat, quote, musing by Kenneth or one of his guests that requires little thought or commitment. Just a good way to bring a Seahawks companion to your morning of sippin' joe by the seaside. Could Seahawks' WR Tyler Lockett make the move to the slot?The Seahawks are faced by two big question on both sides of the ball this offseason: who replaces Frank Clark on defense,...
Field Gulls May 15, 2019
The wide receiver group has plenty of competition ahead

The wide receiver group has plenty of competition ahead

All due respect to Tyler Lockett, I do not sense that he’s the most popular wide receiver on the Seattle Seahawks. Again. For the last four years, Lockett has been a player that Seattle has mostly embraced and admired. From his stunning start on special teams that included a punt return touchdown in his first career game and a kickoff return touchdown in his third, all the way to his NFL-record 158.3 QB rating when targeted in 2018, Lockett has been every bit the early third round pick/number two option at receiver that the Seahawks could have hoped for and more. But he wasn’t Doug...
ClutchPoints May 14, 2019
Fantasy Football: 2019 outlook for Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett

Fantasy Football: 2019 outlook for Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett currently remains in line to encounter quite the increase in both production and playing time in 2019. With former Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin now officially out of the mix in Seattle after some injury troubles rapidly halted his NFL playing career, Lockett will be forced to quickly step […] The post Fantasy Football: 2019 outlook for Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett appeared first on ClutchPoints.
12th Man Rising May 7, 2019

An early look at Seahawks fantasy football relevance

It’s never too early to start thinking about a new season of fantasy football, especially when it involves some of the Seahawks. For the Seahawks, there was plenty of value to be found from a fantasy perspective last year. Russel Wilson finished as the QB9, Chris Carson as the RB14, and Tyler Lockett as the […] An early look at Seahawks fantasy football relevance - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Field Gulls May 7, 2019
John Schneider is working on another level right now

John Schneider is working on another level right now

I am in awe of what John Schneider has managed to do over the last year. I know that the Seahawks haven’t won as much as they did from 2012-2015 and I know that Schneider isn’t the only person responsible for the decisions, but from maximizing opportunities in last year’s draft to extending Tyler Lockett to turning the option of a franchise tag into two valuable draft picks and more than doubling his 2019 class, I think Seattle might indeed have the NFL’s best GM. First let’s go back to the buttfest that was January, 2018. Now I could name some people who’d tell me that...
Field Gulls Apr 29, 2019
How the Seahawks won the 2015 draft without a top-60 pick

How the Seahawks won the 2015 draft without a top-60 pick

I still think all grades are, well, inconsequential. I mean, it’s all part of what goes into the stew of discussion, right? There’s nothing more to it than that. But since people are talking a lot about grades and how one day later is far too soon, I decided to go back four years because it was over the last year that the Seahawks had to deal with the consequences of two of those picks. The $31 million extension for Tyler Lockett and the franchise tag/trade of Frank Clark. I think it’s because of those two moves, both at the times of their selection and their second contracts, that...
Field Gulls Apr 26, 2019
The Seahawks and their four 4th round picks

The Seahawks and their four 4th round picks

They did it with Tyler Lockett. The Seattle Seahawks have shown that, if there is a player they really like, they will move back into or up in Day 2 to take him. Sitting with four 4th round picks in the 2019 draft, Seattle is likely to get aggressive once more. After all, the strength of this draft is just beginning in round 2. Most drafts have the talent significantly dissipate after the 100th selection. The Seahawks are likely to take a Wide Receiver/Tight End, a Safety and another EDGE rusher today. Yet they currently have just two picks in Rounds 2 and 3. The Jimmy Johnson trade chart...
Field Gulls Apr 24, 2019
The case for the Seahawks drafting a WR in the early rounds

The case for the Seahawks drafting a WR in the early rounds

The Seattle Seahawks have not one, but two first-round picks entering Thursday’s 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville, Tennessee. I’m 99% sure that they’re not staying at 21 and 29 respectively, and I’m 99.9% sure they will draft a pass-rusher/someone on the defensive line with one of those two picks. I would love for the other pick — whether it’s still in the first-round or traded down into the second-round — be spent on a wide receiver. Now you may be thinking, “but they have Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett, and the promise of David Moore!” Well in a way, yes, they have those three...

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