After a win over the Raiders in London, Pete Carroll now has more wins than any other Seahawks head coach. There wasn't much more that Seattle could have done in this game apart from a Russell Wilson interception and some penalties that pushed the offense out of field goal range early on. This was the type of football Pete Carroll loves, too. Seven straight run plays and more than seven minutes off the clock on their way to an opening touchdown – something we haven't seen as Seahawks fans since 2016.
They started the game playing physical football and they finished about as well as any team can. With more than eight minutes on the clock, they got the ball from the Raiders and never gave it back. Surely Ken Norton, after being fired from the Raiders in the offseason, enjoyed the 27-3 beatdown that was awfully close to being a shutout.
Adam and Brandan go through the highlights from the game and the highlights from the pregame and postgame meetup with our members of the flock. We get into the bus tour that somehow turned into cheers and jeers at people walking around the streets of London that culminated in a meetup at Buckingham Palace.
We close out the show with a rant from Adam on the state of football and how he doesn't like what he's seeing. Brandan goes after a reporter for trying to make a news story out of Bill Belichick confirming that no defensive pass rusher belongs in the same conversation as Lawrence Taylor. Better at life honors go posthumously to UK Sea Hawker Ian Robert Smith who was honored at the end of the first quarter of the game by many in attendance and to Seahawks owner Paul Allen who passed away this week battling cancer.
Special thanks to Associate Producer Dustin Mock!
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