1. Seahawks Have To Decide Now: Is GM Tim Ruskell Staying or Not?

    With the Seahawks dropping to 3-6 after Sunday's 31-20 defeat to Arizona, their season is essentially over. There will be no return to the playoffs...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about almost 5 years ago 833 reads 10 comments

  2. Seahawks Draft Blog at Bleacher: Five Prospects Worth Watching

    Is it ever too early to talk draft anymore? With the Seahawks ending a two-game skid ahead of a must-win trip to Arizona, the more optimistic fans will be clinging to playoff hopes rather than looking to April's draft...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about almost 5 years ago 558 reads 8 comments

  3. With the Seahawks Needing a Focus, It's Time for Seattle To Start Running

    It's safe to say this wasn't the start Jim Mora envisaged when he took control of the Seattle Seahawks. All the talk in the offseason was, "this is a better team than 4-12," and that ...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about almost 5 years ago 374 reads 12 comments

  4. Their Super Bowl: British Fans See NFL's International Series as the Big One

    New England against Tampa Bay. A perennial contender against a winless team in the midst of a major rebuild, it was set up to be one of the more predictable encounters of the 2009 season...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about almost 5 years ago 214 reads 5 comments

  5. The Seattle Seahawks Are a Team Lost in Transition

    There might be a few hang over's in Seattle this morning, a day after the second crushing defeat to a division rival that leaves the Seahawks' season in the balance...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about almost 5 years ago 487 reads 12 comments

  6. Seattle Seahawks: The NFL's Jekyll and Hyde Franchise

    There are two sides to the Seattle Seahawks. We've seen both in the last two weeks. The 34-17 defeat at Indianapolis and the 41-0 victory over Jacksonville pretty much summed up how two-faced the team has become...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about almost 5 years ago 292 reads 7 comments

  7. When Seattle Needed an Identity, Matt Hasselbeck Found His as Seahawks' Savior

    Matt Hasselbeck ran onto the field yesterday waving his hands, punching the air, and demanding everyone else prepare for battle. With the Seahawks' season hanging by a thread, this was a game that needed to be won...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about almost 5 years ago 423 reads 8 comments

  8. Jim Mora, Seahawks Facing Must-Win Weekend

    When Jim Mora was announced as the new Seahawks Head Coach, no doubt he had visions of making the playoffs. He probably didn't expect to be playing playoff football in Week Five, however...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about almost 5 years ago 440 reads 7 comments

  9. Slumping Seahawks Need an Identity

    Who are the Seattle Seahawks? Currently they're a 1-3 team that hasn't made the start most were hoping for. Jim Mora says his team is "excited" about having the opportunity to bounce back from three successive defeats...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about almost 5 years ago 343 reads 32 comments

  10. Message For Mora: Put It On The Seahawks, Not The Kicker

    Jim Mora winced his way through Week Three, occasionally pausing to curse his field-goal kicker. Afterwards, he called out the same man, Olindo Mare, to pin the blame firmly at his door as the Seahawks floundered to 1-2, losing 25-19 to Chicago...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about 5 years ago 475 reads 18 comments

  11. Back to Basics for T.J. Houshmandzadeh After Frustrating Start with the Seahawks

    The frustration etched on T.J. Houshmandzadeh's face was a familiar expression. We used to see it every week, just dressed in a Bengals jersey instead of a Seahawks one...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about 5 years ago 686 reads 6 comments

  12. Seahawks O-Line Prove There's Life Without Jones

    It went largely unnoticed in the Seahawks' 28-0 demolition of the lowly St. Louis Rams, but Matt Hasselbeck was untouched. Kudos must go to an offensive line missing two starters, Chris Spencer and Walter Jones...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about 5 years ago 390 reads 0 comments

  13. Matt Hasselbeck Ready To Prove He's Still the Man

    Matt Hasselbeck has come to that time. You know what I'm talking about. By the end of September, he'll be 34 years old. He's missed 13 games in the last three years, spending almost the entire 2008 season struggling with a back injury...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about 5 years ago 221 reads 7 comments

  14. Pass Rush Priority: Seahawks' D-Line Could Make or Break Season

    What are the Seahawks relying on heading into the 2009 campaign? The health of key veterans like Matt Hasselbeck and Walter Jones? Greater balance on offense, with a new emphasis on the running ...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about 5 years ago 1,279 reads 8 comments

  15. New-Look Seahawks Have Something To Prove

    Expectations are surprisingly high for a team that finished 4-12 last year, but such is the situation in which the Seattle Seahawks find themselves...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about 5 years ago 527 reads 5 comments

  16. Jim Mora's Seahawks a Long Way from the Finished Product

    The Seattle Seahawks are just one of those teams. There are a few this year—the teams you just can't quite put your finger on. It wouldn't be a total shock if they won their division and made their presence felt in the postseason...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about 5 years ago 416 reads 7 comments

  17. Seahawks' recovery rests with offense

    26 minutes, 38 seconds. Per game, that was the NFL's lowest time of possession statistic in 2008. It belonged to the Seattle Seahawks. The reasons why Seattle's offense failed to function last season are well publicized...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about 5 years ago 307 reads 5 comments

  18. Mora Backs Vick Comeback

    Seahawks head coach Jim Mora backed Michael Vick's campaign to be reinstated today, stating, "I believe he's paid his debt to society...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about over 5 years ago 113 reads 6 comments

  19. Seahawks Agree To Terms With Rookie Trio

    The Seattle Seahawks have agreed terms with three rookies selected in the 2009 draft. Courtney Greene, Mike Teel and Nick Reed have all signed four year contracts. Rutgers' safety Greene was the first to sign, agreeing a deal worth $1...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about over 5 years ago 302 reads 6 comments

  20. The Key to Functionality: Importance of the D-Line in Seattle

    The importance of the defensive line to the Seahawks' prospects in 2009 cannot be under estimated. The Jim Mora led defense will rely on the defensive line to generate a pass rush and take up ...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about over 5 years ago 307 reads 8 comments

  21. Expectations and Predictions For the Seahawks' O-Line

    Who will start at right guard for the Seahawks? Will Walter Jones' health prevent him from starting a 13th season? There are plenty of questions that remain unanswered ahead of the 2009 season...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about over 5 years ago 337 reads 4 comments

  22. Hitting the Market: Previewing the Seahawks' 2010 Free Agents

    Fourteen members of the Seahawks roster will be free agents in 2010. Every single one has something to prove. Offense:Justin Griffith, Ben Obomanu, Rob Sims, Chris Spencer, Kyle Williams Defense:Darryl Tapp, D...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about over 5 years ago 1,553 reads 6 comments

  23. Stale Premiership Limits Bruce's Next Step

    Steve Bruce says Sunderland can help him take the next step. "I've worked over 10 years for a chance like this...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about over 5 years ago 93 reads 0 comments

  24. Knapp on Seahawks: "We Want More Consistency"

    For Seahawks offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, the key to success is simple. Find greater balance. It's something that has troubled Seattle since its solitary visit to the Super Bowl three years ago...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about over 5 years ago 313 reads 6 comments

  25. NFL Coaches on the Hot Seat

    Ten head coaches have been appointed to new jobs during the off-season. Rest assured that next year will be no different. As GM's and owners chase the Super Bowl dream, the demand for instant success is higher than ever...

    Rob Staton Written by Rob Staton about over 5 years ago 298 reads 14 comments