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Brendan O'Leary

Century Links 6/17: Seahawks Unapologetic About Emphasis on Run Game

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Seahawks players off, but in “extraordinarily competitive time”

Since players around the league have roughly the next six weeks off, there’s only so much coaches can expect of them. Mostly, it’s a quick prayer that they don’t get arrested, or as Andy Reid said: “Don’t come back on crutches.” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll looks at it differently. Via Gregg Bell of the Tacoma [more]

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John P. Gilbert

Digging deeper into issues of predictability and expectations for the Seahawks offense

Friday here at Field Gulls, Matty F. Brown took a deep dive into the 2018 offense of Seattle Seahawks under the command of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, looking at the things the offense did well during the season and offering praise for an underappreciated job well done. I’m here to swing the hammer and lay out some more details about why the issues with the Seattle offense this past season are not with the results, but rather lie in the process.

Any quality system should...

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Mookie Alexander

Week 1 is Pete Carroll’s chance to finally beat the Bengals

Since Pete Carroll became Seattle Seahawks head coach in 2010, the team has beaten 30 of the other 31 teams in the NFL.

Who is that one elusive team you may ask? Well thank you for asking (and presumably not reading the headline), the answer is the Cincinnati Bengals!

We are less than three months away from Seattle’s 2019 regular season opener against Cincinnati, who are coming off a third consecutive year of missing the playoffs. There’s a damn good chance they won’t be a good team...

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Brendan O'Leary

Century Links 6/16: Just How Good is Bobby Wagner?

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Report: Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner ranked third best player in NFL | KOMO
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Matty F. Brown

Three positions of concern on the Seahawks’ roster

General Managers talk about heading into the draft with no holes on the roster. They then look to add to their roster and have a vicious 90-man offseason competition, before finally having a terrific 53-man unit. In truth, it never works out quite like this. But some teams have positions that are visibly areas of concern in terms of depth and talent.

The Seattle Seahawks, following somewhat of a rebuild year in 2018, still have some positions that warrant angst. Years of mediocre-to-bad...

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John Morgan

The Drive: One night in 1984, Part 1

For the next few weeks I am going to analyze the game tape of the Seattle Seahawks’ 1984 Monday Football win over the San Diego Chargers. My hackneyed sensibility implores me to write a “no spoilers” joke here. It won out I guess and we all lose for it.

1984 was Chuck Knox’s second season in Seattle. Knox had led Seattle to the franchise’s first playoff appearance in 1983. This achievement set Knox apart from all other NFL coaches.

Seattle went on a surprise run that season,...

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Brendan O'Leary

Century Links 6/15: David Moore Making Strides in OTAs

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Seahawks OC Brian Schottenheimer on Seattle’s evolving offense: ‘We’re so far ahead of where we were last year’

710 ESPN Seattle’s Brock Huard had a chance to speak with Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer Thursday. Why was Thursday the best practice Huard has seen from Metcalf? Schottenheimer answered a few questions about OTAs and minicamp; he spoke about the development of quarterback Russell Wilson and how the wide receiver group is coming along without longtime veteran Doug Baldwin. But he also took a step back to explain how Seattle’s offensive system, which has received its...

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Matty F. Brown

The massively underappreciated Brian Schottenheimer

Is Brian Schottenheimer public enemy #1 of Seahawks twitter? Pretty much. The Seattle Seahawks’ offensive coordinator is much-maligned, criticized throughout the season for a run-focused approach that culminated in a playoff loss to Dallas. Supposedly it was the reason. Now he is the criminal.

And yet his offense was productive in 2018.

I too criticized Schottenheimer’s offense, which struggled in the first four games of the season. But then Schotty’s attack performed. Growing pains...

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Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise tweaks hamstring in minicamp

In the 2019 NFL Draft back in April the Seattle Seahawks bolstered their receiving corps by drafting three wide receivers. First it was DK Metcalf out of Ole Miss with the final pick of the second round, then Gary Jennings from West Virginia in the fourth round and then the team topped things off by trading back into the seventh round to select John Ursua of Hawaii. This was not the first time the team has triple dipped at a position of need, however, as in 2017 they drafted three safeties...

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Brendan O'Leary

Century Links 6/14: Bradley McDougald’s Status Heading into 2019 Season

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Seahawks news: Seattle safety Bradley McDougald played through partially torn...

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The surprise offseason standout for all 32 teams

Randall Cobb and a 312-pound tight end lead a list of eye-opening performances from under-the-radar players this offseason.

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Carroll: Strong side 'good spot' for LB Griffin

Seahawks linebacker Shaquem Griffin said he's "having so much fun again" since the team moved him back to the strong side, where he played at Central Florida.

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Seahawks LB Griffin welcomes move back to edge

Seahawks linebacker Shaquem Griffin said he's "having so much fun again" since the team moved him back to the strong side, where he played at Central Florida.

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John P. Gilbert

Earl Thomas discusses complexity of Seahawks defense

For much of the past year fans of the Seattle Seahawks have lamented the fact that offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer runs an offense that many have labeled simplistic or otherwise lacking in complexity. It’s been no secret that part of what Pete Carroll likes to do is to out execute the opponent so that even if the opposition knows what’s coming, there’s nothing that they can do to stop it.

This has been a big piece of the defensive philosophy Pete Carroll brings to the...

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Pete Carroll confirms recovery timeline for Seahawks TE Will Dissly

Ever since rupturing his patellar tendon in Week 4 of the 2018 season against the Arizona Cardinals, fans have been hopeful that Seattle Seahawks tight end Will Dissly could recover along the same timeline as Jimmy Graham. Graham, of course, suffered his own torn patellar tendon in Week 12 of the 2015 season against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but recovered enough to be ready for Week 1 of the 2016 season. On Thursday after the final day of the Seahawks minicamp portion of OTAs, head coach Pete...

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Tyler Alsin

How many miles the Seahawks travel next season

It’s official – it pays to live in New York.

According to theScore.com, The Seattle Seahawks are traveling the fourth-furthest distance in the NFL this year, notably behind the perennial champion Oakland Raiders. On the other coast, all three teams from the Empire State have less than 10,000 miles to go this season.

The Seahawks will travel 27,540 miles this year, good for fourth in the league. The Raiders, travelling the farthest for a third consecutive season, will be on the road for...

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John P. Gilbert

A potential unintended side effect of the Seahawks culture reset

The changes for the Seattle Seahawks over the past couple of seasons have been massive. Gone are the majority of the starters from both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball, as well as both kicking specialist from the season opener against Green Bay in 2017. Names that were mainstays like Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, Cliff Avril, Michael Bennett, Richard Sherman and Doug Baldwin are playing for other franchises or retired. In their stead is a roster chocked full of youth and upside...

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Brendan O'Leary

Century Links 6/13: Jarran Reed Returns to Practice

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Defensive tackle Jarran Reed returns to practice field for Seahawks
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