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Seahawks Notes

A quick overview of the Seahawks gameplan against the Cowboys

Tyler Lockett looking to unseat Doug Baldwin as Seahawks leading receiver

22 days in November that will shape the Seahawks season

Jarran Reed named one of NFL’s best kept secrets

Reloaded: Seahawks reunite Shaquem and Shaquill Griffin

No shortage of feel-good stories for Seattle’s third pick of 2017 NFL draft AND fourth pick of 2018

2018: The year of quarterback duels

The Seahawks’ schedule provides frequent heads up tests for their superstar quarterback, and could directly shape what kind of contract Wilson commands next year

Seahawks following the herd in firing Darrell Bevell and Tom Cable

2017 was Darrell Bevell’s most unorthodox year

Despite being labeled too predictable, fired Seahawks offensive coordinator called consecutive runs less often than he had in previous seasons

Anatomy of a Failure: Pass protection against the Rams

Duane Brown had his worst game as a Seahawk and Luke Joeckel, Justin Britt and Ethan Pocic had trouble coordinating double teams against Los Angeles’s fierce interior

Identity Shift: Maybe the Seahawks can beat anyone after all

The sliding doors of Thomas Rawls

Third-year tailback has been better deeper in games in 2017, but Seattle neglected to feature Rawls at all against the 49ers

Seahawks D line: When a sledgehammer is not enough

A unit with a ton of promise has made advances at stopping the run in November, but needs to transform into a premier pass rushing group to help Seattle contend in 2017

So Dion Jordan looked pretty good

The former third overall pick demonstrated his potential on Seattle’s defensive line with a sack and played 33 snaps in first game off of non-football injury list

Injuries might uncover Seahawks’ newest star

Now multiple defensive backs, defensive linemen missing in action

Seahawks move back into NFC playoff position

Further status depends for now on results from Rams, Cowboys, Panthers and the rest of the NFC field

Emerging run game could have helped Seahawks finish a win

Thomas Rawls rushed well for the first time in 2017, but Seattle abandoned run late in close game

What Duane Brown can do for the Seattle Seahawks

The sudden addition of a 10-year veteran left tackle looks like it can have a steadying influence on the offensive line if Brown can get adjusted smoothly

Texans pass rush ain’t what it Houston be

Defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel will shuffle his lineup and his exotic blitz looks to overcome the loss of Houston’s two biggest threats to the Seahawks offensive line

All-star or always sore: How delicate is Seahawks’ C.J. Prosise really?

After missing 12 of a possible 22 games as a pro, Seattle’s second year running back hasn’t shaken the "injury prone" label

Seahawks defense held center stage against Giants

Seattle moved back to the top of the NFL in scoring defense with a suffocating all around performance in New York

Identity Shift: Bill Belichick inadvertently explains the 2017 Seahawks to us

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Sheldon Richardson on what makes Earl Thomas III special

Sheldon Richardson went on the John Clayton show and briefly talked about what makes Earl Thomas III so special and what is different about him.

Reports: Seahawks work out tackle Branden Albert, discuss Duane Brown trade with Texans

How Russell Wilson avoided a harder hit from Robert Quinn

In the second quarter Sunday the Rams outside linebacker had a free shot at the Seahawks quarterback that might have done a lot more damage had Quinn’s weight fallen on Wilson instead of the other way round

The Los Angeles Rams have a red zone problem

Jared Goff’s and Sean McVay’s high-scoring success early in 2017 hides the fact the Rams have scored just 11 touchdowns in 19 red zone chances

Seahawks front four need better backfield penetration to stop Rams’ attack

Seattle was one of the best defenses on the ground in 2016 but Sheldon Richardson, Michael Bennett and the rest of the defensive line haven’t lived up to their "Death Row" billing in running situations so far this year

J.D. McKissic: No, not Eddie Lacy—and more lifetime catches than Paul Richardson too!

The combo receiver-running back introduced himself to Seahawks fans, and Al Michaels, on Sunday night. What's the rest of McKissic’s story?

Seahawks first-half struggles against Indianapolis another false alarm

Seattle only managed three offensive points before halftime on Sunday Night Football, but the balance of possession and first downs tell a misleading story about that side of the ball’s struggles early on

Health will be greater factor in Seahawks season than September success

Seattle’s slow starts are no news—injuries have been the difference maker come playoff time in past years

The 49ers got Kyle Shanahan, but they still don’t have the Falcons’ receivers

San Francisco’s head coach found his own guys to replace the shoddy wideout corps that preceded him, but still lacks the talent that stunned the Seahawks defense in the 2016 regular season and brutalized them in January

Readying for next move, Seahawks free cap space with Doug Baldwin’s contract

As it shops for reinforcements elsewhere before Saturday’s deadline, front office converts most of Pro Bowl receiver’s $7 million base salary into prorated bonuses, opening more than $5 million

Frank Clark is poised to become a superstar in 2017. Let’s talk about it.

The football field may be a place for relieving moral anxiety, but it can’t be a venue that resolves matters of right or wrong

Bobby Wagner tells MMQB football is “90 percent” mental

Take a look at the processes and preparation that makes the Seahawks’ middle linebacker the smartest in the game

Comparing young QBs to where Russell Wilson was at during same stage

Dion Jordan had knee surgery after signing with Seahawks

The front office gambled on a stricken former blue chip prospect, but health continues to impede Jordan’s opportunity to fit in with the new team

“I’m the most excited coach”: Tom Cable after OTAs

Seahawks blocking guru loves "good brain" and the rest of the development and competition among Seattle’s young front unit


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