While there are never any “Gimmies!” in the NFL (even against Jacksonville), this is one game that seems to be all in Seattle’s favor. Arizona has weapons to make this game interesting, but Seattle should be able to deal with them en route to a sixth win of the season.
For the Seattle Seahawks Monday now seems like Wednesday. That’s because of the very quick turnaround for this Thursday night’s road game against the Arizona Cardinals. The Hawks overcame a wheel barrow full of mistakes […]
Anybody who watched the Cardinals last year saw that they needed help at the quarterback position. Considering their options, Arizona has to be happy with their off-season addition of Carson Palmer.
The 2013 NFL Draft will take place this week, so let’s take a look at which holes each team in the NFC West needs to fill to have a successful draft.
The Bleacher Report gets really excited and gives a game-by-game analysis of the 2013 Seahawks schedule.
The Seahawks looked pretty much like the same team we saw last year, which does not bode well. They hurt themselves with penalties (13 for 90 yards) and turnovers (two) and did not get good enough play at quarterback (62.5 rating). Oh, yeah, and Seattle left tackle Russell Okung got hurt again.
The Seahawks’ offense was contained and rookie quarterback Russell Wilson had a sub par debut behind center. Needless to say, the 20-16 loss starts the 2012 campaign on a bad note.
The Seattle Seahawks seemingly couldn’t ask for a better opponent to start the season against. The Seattle defense, which already looks to be in midseason form, has to be licking its chops for the season opener Sunday.
The Seahawks have made Seattle’s secondary one of the best units in the NFL. It’s recognition they accept but realize they need to live up to beginning with Sunday’s opener at Arizona.
Tennessee returner Marc Mariani had surgery Thursday night after breaking his leftleg at the end of a punt return in the first quarter against the Arizona Cardinals. Titans coach Mike Munchak said Mariani broke both the tibia and fibula in his lower left leg in an gruesome injury that trainers had covered with a pressure wrapping by the time Munchak got out to check on the returner.