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
On top of questions about what they’re trying to accomplish on offense, the Seattle Seahawks were left dealing with a list of injuries after losing to Dallas
The Washington Redskins sure look like a great team, if you squint your eyes enough.
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
Steve, Bill & Jason talk with Seahawks tight end Zach Miller, CBS Sports NFL analyst Joel Corry, Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones, CBS Sports NFL expert Jason La Confora, and sports columnist for The Herald John Boyle
Seattle Seahawks’ newly-signed tight end Anthony McCoy joined Steve, Bill and Jason on 1090 The Fan.
It’s the final game of the NFL season, yet it may the most intriguing matchup of the year well beyond the fact that it’s the league’s championship game and the biggest stage in the sport. While the two title games featured contestants very similar to one another, that is not the case in Super Bowl 48.
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.
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.