After a 24-7 victory over the New York Giants, the Seattle Seahawks return home to Seattle for a two-game home stand. What the defense has shown in the last two road games is exactly what many fans expected from this team. Brandan and Adam talk about some of the top performances on defense and look at what happened on offense that led to a 7-3 halftime deficit.
But the offense rallied in the second half, led by a three sexy deep balls thrown by Russell Wilson. Doug Baldwin hauled in one for a touchdown, which put him into the top three scoring receivers in team history. Yet, he'll probably be remembered more for pushing Coach Cable in this game instead of his big catches. The guys offer their perspective and why Coach Carroll is taking the blame.
Dwight Freeney, a future Hall of Fame pass rusher was signed by the Seahawks this week. A shocker to nobody, Adam thinks the money could have been used elsewhere. Brandan talks about how he expects Freeney to be used situationally and how he can still make a difference.
The Houston Texans are coming into Seattle with a quarterback who is on pace to have one of the top rookie seasons in NFL history. Brandan appears to jinx the Seahawks by mentioning a huge winning streak by Russell Wilson, but fortunately he also jinxes the Texans by mentioning a streak their coach has going for the team. Considering how the Texans have operated through the first few weeks, Brandan thinks there's one player on defense who is clearly set to have a big day.
In the final segment of the show, the guys talk about their trip to New York and some of the members of the flock they came across while on the road. Do better nods go out to Arizona Cardinals fans and a guy in Adam's current town who ended up in the slammer. Better at life honors go to a Chicago Bears player who celebrated an anniversary with a new NFL record and to a pair of boxers who had an unusual pre-fight encounter.
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