The Steve Sandmeyer Show
Bill and Art talk with Sports Host for 105.7 The Fan in Green Bay Bill Rabeor, NFL Network analyst and former Seahawk Nate Burleson, Sports columnist for The Herald John Boyle, Senior writer for Sports Illustrated Greg Bishop, and former […]
Steve, Bill and Jason talk with CBS Sports NFL analyst Pete Prisco, Pac 12 Network analyst Mike Montgomery, NFL Insider for CBS Sports Jason La Canfora, NFL analyst for Bleacher Report Matt Bowen, and Westwood One NFL color analyst Dan […]
Steve, Bill and Jason talk with CBS Sports Eye on Football columnist Ryan Wilson, CBS Sports and Seahawkfootball.com columnist Rob Rang, Seahawk Wide Receiver Doug Baldwin, and Seattle Mariners GM Jack Zdurencik.
Seattle Seahawks Doug Baldwin joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show from VMAC to talk about the NFC Championship Game.
Will Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers dare throw a pass in the vicinity of Seattle’s Richard Sherman during Sunday’s NFC Championship Game? Rodgers purposely avoided the NFL’s best shut down corner in the opening week […]
Steve, Bill and Jason talk with Green Bay Packers play by play announcer Wayne Larrivee, Hawkblogger.com writer Brian Nemhauser, former Seahawk Lawyer Milloy, UW Head Basketball Coach Lorenzo Romar, and Lead NFL analyst for Bleacher Report Chris Simms.
Steve, Bill and Jason talk with CollegeFootballNews.com columnist Pete Fiutak, Sports Host on 105.7 The Fan in Milwaukee Chuck Freimund, Yahoo Sports NFL analyst Eric Edholm, NFL Hall of Famer Warren Moon, and former Seahawk Robbie Tobeck.
Steve, Bill and Jason talk with former Seahawk QB Dave Krieg, sports columnist for The Herald John Boyle, former Seahawk lineman Robbie Tobeck, Carolina Panthers color analyst Jim Szoke, and UW Basketball analyst Jason Hamilton.
Steve, Bill and Jason talk with Sports Press NW co-founder Art Thiel, Westwood One NFL play by play announcer Kevin Kugler, Seahawks beat writer for The News Tribune Dave Boling, and NFL Network analyst Heath Evans.
Some defenses in the National Football League are blessed with great athletes. Others hide weaknesses with unique schemes. The Seattle Seahawks’ defense has great athletes, a simple scheme, and players who enjoy doling out bone-crunching tackles.