After just 2½ quarters, Russell Wilson traded his helmet for a baseball cap. The SeattleSeahawks’ domination of Jacksonville went as everyone expected.
Last week it was the starting defensive line that was prominent on the injury report, this week it’s the starting defensive line. Nine players are listed for the Seahawks this week as they look to go 3-0 against Jacksonville.
Expectations are so high in the Seattle Seahawks locker room that what’s impressive to others is merely acceptable to them.
A big toe injury will sideline Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung for this Sunday’s home game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Veteran Paul McQuistan will slide over to tackle and James Carpenter will start at left guard. Two years ago McQuistan played left tackle during another Okung injury.
The whole point of playing the games is to actually see the results, not what should have happened. With Seattle atop the NFC West, their upcoming game against Jacksonville is one they cannot afford to look beyond.
Most players in the NFL like to talk a good bit and let the world know just how great they are. Then there are those that sit back, do their job, and lead their team from the inside.
The Jacksonville Jaguars continue to revamp their secondary, signing free agent cornerback Marcus Trufant and reuniting him with coach Gus Bradley.
Bill Swartz explains why Seahawks’ backup quarterback Matt Flynn is head and shoulders better than Geno Smith, Matt Barkley, Mike Glennon, or Tyler Wilson.
Seattle moved quickly Thursday to fill its vacant defensive coordinator position by hiring Dan Quinn away from Florida to replace Gus Bradley, who left to become the head coach in Jacksonville.
The Jacksonville Jaguars hired Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley as head coach Thursday, the latest move in the team’s rebuilding project.