1. Seattle Seahawks 2011 NFL Mock Draft: 10 Players the 'Hawks Should Target

    With the Seahawks struggling of late, let's take a break to look forward to the 2011 draft. That pesky injury bug has set up camp in Seattle for yet another year and has the Seahawks looking squalid and nearly helpless...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about 4 years ago 11,270 reads 12 comments

  2. Seattle Seahawks Fall To New York Giants, Some Positives Remain

    Though the Seahawks suffered an embarrassing defeat on Sunday versus the New York Giants , some details in the fabric highlighted some positive aspects of the Seattle Seahawks team...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about 4 years ago 704 reads 9 comments

  3. Charlie Whitehurst: 10 Reasons He Deserves Another Start

    After the Seattle Seahawks featured Charlie Whitehurst in his first NFL start last weekend and lost to the New York Giants 41-7, fans are calling for Whitehurst's head. The Hasselbeck naysayers have been silenced...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about 4 years ago 2,176 reads 23 comments

  4. Seattle Seahawks vs New York Giants: Starters Return, Upset Looms

    The Seahawks were treated to a trick last weekend when they met the Raiders in Oakland and left battered, with their tails between their legs. The Seahawks are rattled with injuries...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about 4 years ago 1,476 reads 12 comments

  5. Seattle Seahawks Drop the Ball Against Oakland Raiders

    Frustration was the theme of last Sundays' Seahawks game in Oakland. The Seahawks' defense started things off great, shutting down the Raiders' opening drive with force and efficiency...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about 4 years ago 522 reads 5 comments

  6. Seattle Seahawks' Russell Okung Is Deciding Factor Against Oakland Raiders

    Seahawks rookie left tackle Russell Okung left Seattle 's game against the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday with his second ankle sprain of the season...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about 4 years ago 2,756 reads 8 comments

  7. Seattle Seahawks Host Arizona Cardinals, Look To Take Lead in NFC West

    Tied for first in the NFC West, the Seattle Seahawks and the Arizona Cardinals meet Sunday for the first time this season at Qwest field...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about 4 years ago 679 reads 17 comments

  8. Seattle Seahawks Unlikely To Beat Chicago Bears in Week 6

    Going into Week 6, Seahawks fans have a lot of positives to point to as they hope for a win against the Chicago Bears this Sunday. The backfield has been beastified, and the young receivers have a new mentor...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about 4 years ago 1,212 reads 8 comments

  9. Seattle Seahawks: Deion Branch Trade Is Cherry on Seahawks' Roster-Switch Sundae

    The Seattle Seahawks' front office has been churning all season. For the fans, Schneider and Carroll’s relentless march toward a winning team is a blessing...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about 4 years ago 3,684 reads 26 comments

  10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Can Josh Freeman Lead Bucs to a Wild Card Run?

    It may only be Week 5 of the regular season, but with today's surprise win over Cincinnati , the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have already matched their win total from last year...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about 4 years ago 910 reads 8 comments

  11. Seattle Seahawks: Alex Gibbs Retires, Pat Ruel to Take Over Injured O-Line

    Veteran acquisition Chester Pitts is still recovering from last season’s microfracture knee surgery.Would-be savior Russell Okung is still sidelined with a high ankle sprain garnered during the preseason...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about 4 years ago 1,943 reads 1 comments

  12. Seattle Seahawks Need Strong Defense For Redemption Against Vikings

    Last time the Seahawks met the Vikings they were pummeled to the tune of 35-9 (21 of those points coming in a first half shutout)...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about over 4 years ago 467 reads 0 comments

  13. Seattle Seahawks Miss Lofa Tatupu’s Leadership on Defense

    The Seahawks first two exhibition games revealed some truths about the season to come. The offense looks good...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about over 4 years ago 999 reads 2 comments

  14. LeBron James Decision: Five Reasons The Chicago Bulls Have Won the Sweepstakes

    The past week's Lebron-a-thon comes to an end at nine o’clock tonight. King James will announce his decision at a press conference to be aired by ESPN (followed by an hour long special entitled “The Decision”)...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about over 4 years ago 3,987 reads 2 comments

  15. Seattle Seahawks: Prosperity or Punchline?

    Three guys walk into a bar: a USC fan, a Jets fan, and a Seahawks fan.“Pete Carroll is the greatest coach since Vince Lombardi!” the USC fan exclaims...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about over 4 years ago 2,578 reads 24 comments

  16. Seattle Seahawks’ Training Camp Resembles the Island of Misfit Toys

    Pete Carroll’s rotating roster is intended to foster competition in the training camp. He wants each and every player to earn his role. Three quarterbacks with something to prove...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about over 4 years ago 3,487 reads 7 comments

  17. New York Mets: Where Have All The Good Fans Gone?

    There’s nothing like a ninth inning comeback. Nothing like sitting in a stadium watching your team rally from a huge point deficit...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about over 4 years ago 326 reads 10 comments

  18. Tim Tebow's Potential Should Not Cloud the Seattle Seahawks' Judgement

    ESPN has reported the Seahawks intend to meet with Tim Tebow on his pro day. With the trade of Seneca Wallace to the Cleveland Browns this week, it makes sense that the Seahawks would ...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about over 4 years ago 1,516 reads 14 comments

  19. Brandon Marshall to Seattle Seahawks? One Good Turn Deserves Another

    The Denver Broncos’ Brandon Marshall is scheduled to meet with the Seattle Seahawks today, including former Broncos coach Jeremy Bates...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about over 4 years ago 2,320 reads 6 comments

  20. Sam Bradford Is the Wrong Choice for Seattle Seahawks

    I concede that the Seahawks have some needs at quarterback.  Hasselbeck is getting old, he’s been in and out with injuries over the last two seasons, and the old dog may not be able to learn ...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about almost 5 years ago 1,247 reads 9 comments

  21. Pete Carroll Looks to Former Trojans to Rebuild Seattle Seahawks (Satire)

    With an uncapped year in the works (the first in the NFL since 1993) Carroll’s free agent options this March are looking pretty bleak. Those that have value are likely to be restricted and retained by their current teams...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about almost 5 years ago 1,158 reads 12 comments

  22. 2010 NFL Draft: Seattle Seahawks Prospects to Target

    The Seahawks have some needs. They need to strengthen the pocket and protect the quarterback. They need to add depth to the defense. They need to inspire their ball carriers. They need to start replacing some of their older players...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about almost 5 years ago 543 reads 1 comments

  23. Pete Carroll Brings Sustainable Success as Seattle Seahawks' New Coach

    33-31 is still a winning record. Jim L. Mora’s 31-33 is not. Already, the Seahawks have improved by two games. People point to Pete Carroll’s previous head coaching stint with the NFL ...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about almost 5 years ago 530 reads 2 comments

  24. Seattle Seahawks: Earning a New GM With "Better Than Last Year" Approach

    It’s official. At 4-7 the Seahawks aren’t any worse than they were last year (4-12)! In fact, the remaining games on the Seahawks’ schedule suggest they may even come out looking a little bit better...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about almost 5 years ago 139 reads 0 comments

  25. Derek Jeter: America's First Real Sweetheart Since Shirley Temple

    I opened Sports Illustrated last week and had hardly begun flipping through the pages, when a particular spread caught my eye. Not surprising that looking back at me was the friendly face of New York’s Derek Jeter...

    Marci Noble Written by Marci Noble about 5 years ago 405 reads 1 comments