If there's any lingering frustration after the Seahawks 30-24 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, let's get it all out now. Adam and Brandan read through comments from The Flock following the game that hit all of the major points of frustration. But perhaps it's not the team to blame, maybe it's one of our listeners who is 0-4 when he's not able to watch the games live. No matter what happens, he's pledging to watch the upcoming game against the Rams live.
Whether you're a Seahawks player or a fan, it's likely this Jaguars team was under your skin a bit. Adam says there's a specific year of Seahawks team that he compares the Jaguars defense to (and no it's not the defense that ended up winning the Super Bowl in the 2013 season). Even though this could have given the team a key game toward a spot in the playoffs, Seattle did get some help from a previous opponent. The guys talk about how small the margin of error now is for the team moving forward.
Looking ahead to Sunday's game against the Rams, there are two key players we're waiting to hear the status on: Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright. These guys were a big reason why Todd Gurley was kept in check in the previous meeting between the two teams earlier in the season. But things have changed for both of these teams. The Rams defense has shown a lot more consistency and the Seahawks offensive line has improved greatly. Seattle may even have more of a running game at this point in the season.
In the second half of the show, the guys talk about some of the news from Patreon that may have impacted some of our members of The Flock. Before getting into their “do better” call outs from the past week, it's important to recognize that we won't be seeing a few analysts from NFL Network on the air after allegations of sexual misconduct were reported this last week. Adam suggests a possible campaign of solidarity for men to rally around.
In the final portion of the show, Brandan talks about how it must be difficult to find Rams fans in Los Angeles, with a possible explanation of how we may just not understand the culture of or NFC West rivals. Adam finds himself looking in the mirror after discovering a bonehead mistake he made while working on his vehicle. Better at life nods this week go to Doug Baldwin and to a Seahawks equipment manager who may have prevented a disaster.
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