12:00 AM EDT, Tue October 22, 2019
The Seattle Times 4 hours ago
Pete Carroll: Seahawks pass rush ready to take off at ‘light speed’ acceleration

Pete Carroll: Seahawks pass rush ready to take off at ‘light speed’ acceleration

Jarran Reed's productive return, Carroll says, is a good sign for the Seahawks' pass rush going forward.
12th Man Rising 5 hours ago

Seahawks lost to Ravens on two key plays. They’ll be just fine.

I’m not about to say the Seahawks played a good game Sunday. Despite that, they still could have won if not for those two critical mistakes. The Seahawks lost to the Ravens Sunday in a sloppy, error-filled game. Other than my MVP of the game, linebacker Bobby Wagner, most of the Hawks big names had […] Seahawks lost to Ravens on two key plays. They’ll be just fine. - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Field Gulls 8 hours ago
Jason Myers not off to a great start, but as a kicker, could still have a great finish

Jason Myers not off to a great start, but as a kicker, could still have a great finish

Photo by Otto Greule Jr/ I would never date a kicker. Too flaky. It’s because of this flakiness though that I never get mad at kickers. How could you? It seems as though their failures are just as out of their control as their successes. If a kicker knocks a 45-yard field goal into the left upright and it bounces off of the right upright, does a “dink donk donk” on the low bar, and sneaks over for three points, he celebrates. If a 58-yard attempt falls a half-inch short, he sulks. It’s a “points” or “no points” game for kickers. There is no in between. He’s not like a...
Field Gulls 9 hours ago
What’s wrong with Jason Myers?

What’s wrong with Jason Myers?

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports When free agency opened and the Seattle Seahawks quickly signed Pro Bowl kicker Jason Myers away from the New York Jets, many Seattle fans rejoiced at the thought of the team having a great kicker. Just weeks away from his 28th birthday, the Hawks were signing a kicker in his prime, as opposed to 2018 when Sebastian Janikowski was one of the oldest players in the NFL. In addition, the career of Myers had not followed the trajectory of 2017 disaster Blair Walsh, who was an All Pro as a rookie in 2012. However, that All Pro season helped obscure the fact...
ClutchPoints 9 hours ago
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll stands by not going for it on fourth downs vs. Ravens

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll stands by not going for it on fourth downs vs. Ravens

The Seattle Seahawks lost a tough game to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, dropping them to 5-2 after the 30-16 defeat. While the game was decided by more than just a handful of plays, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll received some criticisms after not going for a fourth down, which ended up resulting in a […] The post Seahawks coach Pete Carroll stands by not going for it on fourth downs vs. Ravens appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Field Gulls 9 hours ago
Seaside Reactions: What the Seahawks loss to the Ravens really meant to me

Seaside Reactions: What the Seahawks loss to the Ravens really meant to me

Photo by Alika Jenner/ The Seattle Seahawks lost to the Baltimore Ravens at home on Sunday and I hopped on the podcast once again to react to it. I talk about Russell Wilson’s stat line, Pete Carroll’s decisions, the likelihood that today’s standings won’t reflect the end-of-season standings, two mistakes that don’t necessary reflect future outcomes, and what’s ahead as the Seahawks go on the road in Week 8 to potentially end Dan Quinn’s rainy tenure as head coach of the Atlanta Falcons. Plus I give away another $25 gift card to Pizza Hut! Listen to the Episode...
Field Gulls 10 hours ago
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...
The Seattle Times 10 hours ago
What the national media are saying after the Seahawks’ loss to the Ravens

What the national media are saying after the Seahawks’ loss to the Ravens

The Seahawks had no answer for Lamar Jackson, allowing Marcus Peters and Earl Thomas to walk away with a win in their returns to Seattle. Jackson outshined Russell Wilson, and it showed in the national conversation following Seattle's 30-16 loss.
The Seahawks can still become a Super Bowl contender, but their loss to the Ravens is alarming

The Seahawks can still become a Super Bowl contender, but their loss to the Ravens is alarming

The Seahawks are going to keep working at getting great. But after Sunday's 30-16 loss at home to the Baltimore Ravens, which included Russell Wilson being hit seven times behind an injury-depleted offensive line, it’s fair to be worried about it.
Field Gulls 11 hours ago
This is how awful the Seahawks pass rush has been in 2019

This is how awful the Seahawks pass rush has been in 2019

Photo by Otto Greule Jr/ Following the decision to trade Frank Clark to the Kansas City Chiefs, the Seattle Seahawks pass rush was a major question mark entering the 2019 season. Signing Ezekiel Ansah and trading for Jadeveon Clowney were two moves that had hoped to bring some life into a defensive line that’s clearly nowhere near what it was from 2011-2016. Well we’re seven games into the season and this pass rush is pathetic. Seattle has one sack over its last three games, and that’s only because Lamar Jackson tripped over himself on what would’ve been a run for positive...
Field Gulls 11 hours ago
After 2 losses, Seahawks fans are tired of rainy day football

After 2 losses, Seahawks fans are tired of rainy day football

Photo by Jeff Halstead/Icon Sportswire via The Seattle Seahawks are now 5-2 after a 30-16 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Similar to the loss to the New Orleans Saints, the team struggled in the rain. This week’s 14-point difference could easily be explained by two offensive turnovers that the Ravens defense returned for scores. But does that fully explain the issues this Seahawks team has been showing through the first seven weeks of the season? Rob Staton of Seahawks Draft Blog joins me to recap the Week 7 loss and the areas where Seattle is struggling most. But with two...
Field Gulls 12 hours ago
Seahawks could face their third backup quarterback as Matt Ryan goes down

Seahawks could face their third backup quarterback as Matt Ryan goes down

Photo by Kevin C. Cox/ Atlanta Falcons’ Matt Ryan almost made it to the end of the 37-10 drubbing against the Los Angeles Rams. But even the almighty Matty Ice could not escape the inevitable curse of 2019 that has befallen nearly a dozen starting quarterbacks. Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald seems to have done some damage, not only to the Falcons offense but to Matt Ryan’s ankle. It appears that @AaronDonald97 has now knocked out both @drewbrees and Matt Ryan this year. That’s half the NFC South, in case you’re wondering.— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) October...
Field Gulls 13 hours ago
What’s the story with Rashaad Penny?

What’s the story with Rashaad Penny?

Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports Sunday the Seattle Seahawks dropped their Week 7 contest to the Baltimore Ravens in disappointing fashion, and in doing so slipped further behind the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC West. Obviously, it’s still extremely early in the season, and especially with two head to head matchups left against the 49ers, there’s plenty of time for the Hawks to recover from Sunday and compete for the division. However, there’s another question that could easily be front and center heading into Week 8. What’s the situation with Rashaad Penny? The Seahawks...
ClutchPoints 13 hours ago
Ravens news: Lamar Jackson made major impression on the Seahawks defense

Ravens news: Lamar Jackson made major impression on the Seahawks defense

Lamar Jackson may have completed just nine of his 20 passes for 143 yards during the Baltimore Ravens’ 30-16 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, but his versatility impressed the Seahawks. “I always wanted to play against Michael Vick,” said Seahawks pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney, according to Matt Calkins of The Seattle Times. “I […] The post Ravens news: Lamar Jackson made major impression on the Seahawks defense appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Field Gulls 14 hours ago
Rookie Report: Given opportunity, Marquise Blair shines

Rookie Report: Given opportunity, Marquise Blair shines

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Sunday the Baltimore Ravens came to Century Link Field and defeated the Seattle Seahawks in a game that fans will remember for the two defensive touchdowns Baltimore scored, but which Marquise Blair fans will remember as his first start. There was a lot that went poorly for the Seahawks in dropping a home game for the second time this season, but Blair’s play was a bright spot on an otherwise dreary day. Marquise Blair The team knew coming into the weekend that Lano Hill would be unable to go, and then on Sunday Bradley McDougald was ruled out well before...

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