In case you were too busy to check this site every day this week (a-hole), here is a roundup of the excellent analysis, satire, commentary, and news updates that you might have missed. First off - #TezIsIn2012.
Derek and Davis brought us an exclusive podcast talking the NFL Draft in a three-part series. Absolute must-listen.
Seahawks Podcast: 2012 NFL Draft Talk with Derek Stephens & Davis Hsu
2012 NFL Draft talk - specifically defensive ends and which players the Seahawks may have some interest in.
Seahawks Podcast: 2012 NFL Draft Talk with Derek Stephens & Davis Hsu, Part II
Today we give you part two of a great 2012 NFL Draft podcast, recorded in studio by our own Davis Hsu and Derek Stephens. This 37-minute segment focuses on linebackers, a position of obvious need for the Seahawks going into 2012.
Seahawks Podcast: 2012 NFL Draft Talk with Derek Stephens & Davis Hsu, Part III
Today we give you part three, the final segment of a great 2012 NFL Draft podcast, recorded in studio by our own Davis Hsu and Derek Stephens.
Potential uniform changes in the works? Maybe?
Seahawks Uniform Changes: Rumors and Intrigue
It's about to get weird.
Ben consistently brings his excellent player scouting and analysis.
2012 NFL Draft: Notes on Potential Front-7 Targets for the Seahawks
Earlier this month I did a series of posts on potential targets for the Seahawks at various front seven positions. Here are the links; 3-techs, MLBs, 5-techs, OLBs, and LEOs. Early January might bit premature to put together such lists. Many prospects will rise before the draft in April, others will fall. I think it's good to have a starting point when considering our options though. These past two weeks were a great opportunity for many prospects to show their muster with the East West Shrine Game and Senior Bowl taking place.
2012 NFL Draft: Zach Brown
Courtney Upshaw and Melvin Ingram are excellent options for the Seahawks picking just north of ten. Pass rush is our greatest need and both can get after the quarterback, along with varying other talents between them. However, neither are pure speed rushers, neither are a clean fit in our 4-3, and neither offer a major upgrade to team speed on defense - a point of emphasis for Pete Carroll this off-season.
Kenny is a mad genius.
NFL Rewind: Kenny Watches All 256 Games of 2011. Losers Kick Field Goals.
One man watches all 256 games of the 2011 NFL season in hopes of learning something.
A Brief History of Seattle Sports, as Told by the Digital Age
An abridged and updated version of how Seattle's franchises have evolved.
Charlie takes us on a trip down memory lane.
Seattle Seahawks 2011 Re-View: Week 1 at San Francisco, Part 1
The in-depth look back at the 2011 season begins with the first half of week 1. Take a look!
Seattle Seahawks 2011 Re-View: Week 1 at San Francisco, Part 2
Finishing up the in-depth look back at week 1 versus the 49ers. Unbalanced lines, potentially forgotten penalty negated big plays, special teams and more.
Josh takes us even further back.
1983: The Sledgehammer to the Foundation
I put on my time travel cap and thought of the most famous comeback drive in history for the Seahawks. You older 12th men and women may know where I'm going here, but before I reveal it, a little back story.
Finally, Thomas and I add a little roster analysis for the offseason.
Zach Miller, John Carlson and the Value of the Chip-and-Release
Looking at options to upgrade the pass game, why not go back to a familiar face?
The Seahawks' Injury Situation
The question was brought up a few days ago as to the Seahawks' current injury situation and the likelihood that these injuries will impact training camp and potentially next season, so here's a roundup.
Seahawks Roster Analysis: The Safeties
A look at the depth at the safety position for the Seahawks.