The Seattle Seahawks are short-handed at tight end for Sunday’s game at St. Louis, with backup Luke Willson listed as inactive due to a groin injury
The Seattle Seahawks visit our nation’s capital to face the Washington Redskins Monday night. They’ll need to bring back their 2013 offensive roots to avoid an upset, writes Jason A. Churchill.
Zach Miller’s ankle surgery during the Seahawks bye week has opened the door for back up tight ends to show what they can do next Monday with all of the nation looking on. Seattle takes […]
When he went home to LaSalle, Ontario, the question followed Seattle Seahawks tight end Luke Willson everywhere he went
Las Vegas sets the numbers, but we dissect them. Steve Sandmeyer, Bill Swartz and Jason A. Churchill each describe what they see taking place at MetLife Stadium Sunday, through a slew of prop bets, and a final pick for the winner of the game.
While some analysts, beat reporters and columnists in the country attempt to explain why the Denver Broncos will win the Super Bowl simply because it’s “Peyton Manning’s moment,” or because “great defense beats a great offense every time,” I’m sticking to real life. That means I’m considering only tangible reasons why one team may have an advantage over the other.
Steve, Bill & Jason talk with Sports Press NW co-founder Art Thiel, Seattle Seahawks tight end Luke Willson, Seattle Mariners outfielder Michael Saunders, and NFL Hall of Famer Warren Moon
San Francisco possesses a fast defense; their ends are fast, their linebackers are fast and despite not having the All-Pro secondary the Seahawks boast, they, too, can run and cover ground. Giving them more ground to cover is large advantage to Wilson and the Seahawks.
There was an overwhelming sense of accomplishment in Seattle’s locker room after the Seahawks knocked off the St. Louis Rams 27-9 on Sunday to wrap up the NFC West title and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
I don’t care if he threw for 3,300 yards, 300 yards or three yards. Whether it’s 26 TD passed or none. Russell Wilson is the Most Valuable Player on the 53-man roster. And that’s one big-time accomplishment, considering there are several pro bowlers and at least three All-Pro’s donning Seahawks Blue every week.