1. Seahawks on the Horn: Why Joe Just Makes Sense for Seattle

    Over the course of the last sixth offseason months, the Seattle Seahawks have lost two prominent wide receivers necessary to their success through the air: veteran Bobby Engram and possible superstar Deion Branch...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about almost 6 years ago 343 reads 1 comments

  2. Seneca Wallace To Play Wide Receiver: Could Charlie Frye It Up?

    Going into his final season in the NFL, Mike Holmgren’s told the media that he would move away from his almost Marty Schottenheimer-like conservativeness that had hallmarked his career—noting ...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about almost 6 years ago 711 reads 3 comments

  3. Seattle Seahawks Soar in Annual Scrimmage at Qwest Field

    The Seattle Seahawks held their annual public practice and scrimmage before fans this year at their true home, Qwest Field, a little under one week before the first preseason game in Minnesota...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about almost 6 years ago 1,057 reads 0 comments

  4. Team Flight, Fan Blight: Possible Options for a Sonics Fan

    It isn’t like any other day this city has seen. Just yesterday, Sonics owner Clay Bennett ripped the struggling yet deeply-rooted Sonics team from the temperate jungle of downtown Seattle...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about 6 years ago 612 reads 4 comments

  5. The Sonics Ball Had Been In Clay Bennett's Court All Along

    Both the Supersonics and the City of Seattle were worried of their positions at the literal eleventh hour of the court case deciding whether or not Clay Bennett's team would bolt town two years before the end of their lease with Key Arena...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about 6 years ago 482 reads 2 comments

  6. Seattle Mariners Whiff at Win Opportunity in the Bronx

    Just a week ago I thought I had given up on the Mariners. Call me a fair-weather fan, call me a quitter, but spending a couple of hours to watch a game would only pan out in disaster...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about 6 years ago 541 reads 1 comments

  7. Seattle Mariners: Last Chance For Glory Fades In Mid-May

    Like the Warbucks mansion at the end of Annie, Seattle was praising its "New Deal for Christmas" during the 2007-2008 offseason. It was the year the hometown club would rise to 2001- or at least 2002-like glory...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about 6 years ago 589 reads 2 comments

  8. An Open Letter to David Stern Regarding the Seattle Supersonics

    Dear Mr. David Stern,Yes, I know the NBA is a business, just like telecom or IT or construction. And yes, I know that you must go for what is financially best for the association...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 468 reads 2 comments

  9. Implications of 2008 Olympics Are Too Great to Be Overlooked

    The media has seemingly overlooked the globalpr possibilities of what is soon to come in the 2008 Olympics. While focusing primarily on the domestic going-ons, they have skipped over the true global situation that is upon us, and I am worried...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 471 reads 3 comments

  10. Franchise Updates: San Francisco 49ers and St. Louis Rams

    I decided I would try something new, outlining the current situations of NFL franchises and then doing a seven-minute audio editorial on them.It isn't perfect, but it is original, I think...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 851 reads 5 comments

  11. Series Recap: Seattle Mariners Take Tampa Bay Rays, but Troubles Ensue

    In 2007 Eric O'Flaherty was 7-1 with a 4.47 ERA in 52.1 innings pitched with a knack for coming in and closing the door on opposing teams. In 2008 he's allowed six runs on seven hits in 3...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 497 reads 0 comments

  12. Series Recap: Seattle Fed on by Orioles

    Losing J.J. Putz in the season's second game didn't help, but the team that was praised for a breakout bullpen in 2007 looked lost near the nation's capital...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 394 reads 1 comments

  13. Darrell Jackson released from 49ers, Tim Ruskell Beefing Up His Résumé

    Since the 2005 offseason, Seattle has come to know, trust, and love Seahawks President Tim Ruskell for his bold and generally-beneficial moves...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 998 reads 1 comments

  14. Seahawks Sign Julius Jones, Spur Shaun Alexander's Departure

    When it was announced that the Seahawks signed T.J. Duckett to a five-year deal, there was an ounce of clarity about the future backfield of the 2009 Seattle Seahawks...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 2,183 reads 3 comments

  15. NFC Championships: A Giant Irritant

    Next Sunday's NFC Championship game lines up two of the hardest-to-hate teams in the NFL: the Brett Farveulous Packers and the seemingly-mediocre New York Giants...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 550 reads 1 comments

  16. Regardless of Bias, Seahawks Roll past Redskins

    As in every important Seahawks game, the east-coast media bias made it seem as if the home team would be an underdog in this game.This isn't a new phenomenon. The Seahawks have been fighting their location since the beginning of the franchise...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 690 reads 5 comments

  17. Tim Tebow: Nothing More Than a System Quarterback

    With a successful field goal, Michigan extended its lead to six points heading into the final two minutes of the Capitol One Bowl against Florida...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 1,759 reads 42 comments

  18. Why Brett Favre Should be the NFL MVP

    Who would have thought the old man throwing long bombs in a Levis commercial would be the same guy in contention for winning the NFL MVP? Sure he isn't as polished, as talented, or as lucky as Tom Brady is, but in my opinion that only adds to his resume..

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 1,787 reads 43 comments

  19. The 2007 NFL Season's Top Five Breakout Quarterbacks

    As the season comes to a close, the NFL has seen many quarterbacks break out of their shell and show that they can actually play in the NFL...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 1,322 reads 3 comments

  20. Best of 2007: The Seattle Mariners' Collapse

    Going into the last weekend of August, the Seattle Mariners were the third-best team in baseball—and in a great position to win either the AL Wild Card or the AL West...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 1,111 reads 6 comments

  21. Fatal Flaws of the Seahawks' Ground Game

    Entering Lambeau Field in late 2005, Shaun Alexander was on the cusp of accomplishing something that all NFL rushers would love to achieve: the single season touchdown record...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 554 reads 0 comments

  22. NFL Playoff Pretenders: Teams That Opponents Would Love to Face in January

    As we are just two weeks away from the Wild Card Round of the 2007 NFL playoffs, I figure why not list the top five teams that any team would love to face in the playoffs. 5. Jacksonville Jaguars (10-4)I am still not sold on this team...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 1,185 reads 12 comments

  23. Best of 2007: Thrills in Buffalo from the Bills

    While all of the NFL’s cameras have been focused on the Patriots' high-flying offense, or the all-around attack of the Dallas Cowboys, the Buffalo Bills have widely been hidden...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 682 reads 2 comments

  24. Why the NFL Needs Bill Cowher

    When the victors hoisted the Super Bowl trophy on February 5th, 2006, there wasn't a coach in the NFL I despised more than Bill Cowher...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 787 reads 3 comments

  25. A Year of Sports Shame: Welcome to the 21st Century

    With two weeks left in the calendar year, the sporting world’s creeps have all but established their spots in the yearly rankings...

    Bill Dow Written by Bill Dow about over 6 years ago 876 reads 4 comments