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Jarred Kelenic’s rocky road to September success will help him, and the Mariners, in the long run

Jarred Kelenic’s rocky road to September success will help him, and the Mariners, in the long run

The Mariners did the right thing by letting Jarred Kelenic play his way out of his slump. Now he can go into 2022 with the knowledge that he can thrive in the big leagues.
Sep 20, 2021
All the Seahawks’ old fears and concerns come flooding back in collapse against Titans

All the Seahawks’ old fears and concerns come flooding back in collapse against Titans

In the course of Sunday's overtime loss to the Titans, the "feel-good" from Week 1 win was replaced by "good grief." And now, once again, the Seahawks have myriad concerning issues they must solve to get back on course.
Sep 16, 2021
The Seahawks were dominant in Week 1, but they may have been the third-best NFC West team that day

The Seahawks were dominant in Week 1, but they may have been the third-best NFC West team that day

The NFC West is going to be an absolute powerhouse in 2021. Yeah, we already sensed that, but the results of Week 1 forcefully drove home the point that whichever team runs the gauntlet to win this division will have earned every bit of it.
Sep 14, 2021
Here’s hoping 2023 All-Star Game in Seattle coincides with M’s resurgence

Here’s hoping 2023 All-Star Game in Seattle coincides with M’s resurgence

Could the Mariners again match their magical nadir of 2001, when they were at the top of their game and the city relished its best ever baseball summer?
Sep 12, 2021
‘Let Russ Cook’ is so 2020. In 2021, it’s time to ‘Let Shane Hum’

‘Let Russ Cook’ is so 2020. In 2021, it’s time to ‘Let Shane Hum’

Shane Waldron and Russell Wilson were exquisite Sunday. So was the balance between the run and the pass, plus the mixture of short and long, all enhanced by the fast-paced tempo we’ve heard so much about throughout training camp.
Sep 9, 2021
The story of the Mariners’ Cotton Candy Girl lives on, five years after she became an internet sensation

The story of the Mariners’ Cotton Candy Girl lives on, five years after she became an internet sensation

The combination of an adorable 3-year-old girl at Safeco Field, a messy batch of cotton candy, a Mariners grand slam and an on-the-spot camera person sent the resulting image hurtling across the internet and into the pop culture zeitgeist.
Sep 9, 2021
Pressure is on new Seahawks offensive coordinator Shane Waldron to keep everyone happy

Pressure is on new Seahawks offensive coordinator Shane Waldron to keep everyone happy

The 42-year-old needs to satisfy coach Pete Carroll's desire to run the ball more with quarterback Russell Wilson's desire for an open offense. Can he do it? Stay tuned
Sep 7, 2021
Ex-Seahawk, O’Dea standout Nate Burleson takes biggest step into national spotlight as co-host of ‘CBS Mornings’

Ex-Seahawk, O’Dea standout Nate Burleson takes biggest step into national spotlight as co-host of ‘CBS Mornings’

Nate Burleson’s career is blowing up, in a manner reminiscent of one of his mentors, Michael Strahan, who also segued from X’s and O’s analysis into the entertainment world and morning news show maelstrom.
Sep 2, 2021
With Jerry Dipoto and Scott Servais signed, here’s the biggest remaining factor in the Mariners’ rebuild

With Jerry Dipoto and Scott Servais signed, here’s the biggest remaining factor in the Mariners’ rebuild

Spending in free agency is important, but the Mariners' top prospects, and whether they can become key contributors in the majors, will determine if the team meets its goal of perennial contention and legitimate championship potential.
Aug 31, 2021
As their roster comes into focus, how good can the 2021 Seahawks be?

As their roster comes into focus, how good can the 2021 Seahawks be?

Few NFL teams are as confounding to handicap as the Seahawks. You can squint your eyes one way and see them defending their NFC West title. You can squint them another and see Seattle finishing at the bottom of the rugged NFC West.
Aug 24, 2021
After being written off yet again during the playoff chase, these Mariners show they are indestructible

After being written off yet again during the playoff chase, these Mariners show they are indestructible

By now, with just 35 games remaining, the lesson should be emblazoned in everyone’s psyche: The Mariners aren’t going anywhere. The fun may get interrupted, their resilience may be tested, but each time they find a way to thrive.

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