Mike Gastineau


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Mike Gastineau is a freelance writer, author, broadcaster, and communications consultant at 1090 the Fan.

You can also hear the Gas Man every Friday at 9am on the Danny Bonaduce and Sarah Morning Show on 102.5 KZOK.

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Gastineau: Season over? Not By a Long Shot

By the time the Seahawks kickoff versus Atlanta on Monday Night Football fans may have finally been able to get the bad taste out of their mouths from two games in five days that could come to define the overall success of the 2017 season. On November 5th, the red-hot Renton Seabirds (winners of four […]


Gastineau: You’ll Never Guess Why TNF Is Here To Stay

From a competition aesthetic standpoint there is no logical reason for Thursday night NFL games to exist.

CBS Seattle–11/13/2017

Gastineau: Duane Brown’s Arrival a Potentially Pivotal Moment For 2017

Brown should do nothing but improve the protection situation for Russell Wilson.


Wilson’s Impressive List Of Comeback Wins Grows Again

We’re not quite yet to the point where Superman needs to find a phone booth to change into his Russell Wilson costume, but it’s certainly trending that way.

CBS Seattle–10/31/2017

Gastineau: Impact Of Don James On Seattle Permanent

From this day forward, Don James new statue will loom over the stadium plaza and Montlake Boulevard which is appropriate because his spirit and legacy have loomed over the entire program more or less since his arrival in late 1974.


Gastineau: Hawks And Graham Both Fight Through Adversity For Road Win

Six games into the NFL season Seahawks fans have come to learn two primary characteristics about the 2017 version of the team.


Gastineau: Seahawks The Team To Beat In NFC? Maybe.

It’s not that hard to build the argument that the Hawks could enter the December 3rd nationally televised night game at the Clink versus the Eagles with a pretty gaudy record.


Historically Bad Weekend for Dawgs, Cougs

The time between kickoff of the Washington State/Cal game on Friday night and the conclusion of the Washington/Arizona State game on Saturday night was, without question, the worst just over a day in the combined history of the Evergreen State’s two Division One college football programs.


Gastineau: Sherman Willing To Do Whatever It Took To Make It In The NFL

Sherman has become such a presence with the Hawks and in the NFL that it’s sometimes difficult to remember that he wasn’t drafted until the fifth round in 2011 and at the time the Hawks were probably reaching a bit because they were taking a guy who had been recruited to Stanford as a wide receiver.