Russell Wilson was named to the Pro Bowl (finally) after Aaron Rodgers has decided to sit the game out due to injury. Wilson led the NFC in touchdown passes in 2018. Why was Rodgers even in the Pro Bowl after the season he had this year? After the game Pete Carroll called this year a season of growth. Is it better to lose early to emphasize the additional growth the Seahawks need?
Going back to the game against the Cowboys, we dial into the second half to see when a change of gameplan could have made a difference in the outcome. Ultimately, there were two plays that nearly always goes the Seahawks way. Had Seattle made just one of those two plays (one on offense, one on defense), they would have been in a much greatest position to get a win in Dallas.
Is it time for Seattle to look for another kicker after just one year of Seabass? The guys look down the list of free agent kickers and it includes a Pro Bowl player who started the season on the Seahawks roster in 2018 and a rival kicker for the 49ers. Who else should Seattle consider keeping around that could leave in the offseason. Big name free agents include Frank Clark, Earl Thomas, K.J. Wright, D.J. Fluker and J.R. Sweezy.
Russell Wilson's contract is likely to be a hot topic this offseason as he goes into his last year. Seattle should also consider extending Bobby Wagner a year early along with Jarran Reed. That group headlines the list of free agents next season.
The do better segment explores new unwritten rules of the NBA are very particular over which shoes teammates are allowed to wear, and the latest news release from the Arizona Cardinals for their source of quotes in their announcement of their new head coach. Better at life candidates this week include the Arizona Cardinals front office and to Seahawks fan Henry Winkler and the dying legacy of cool dudes in sitcoms.
Special thanks to Associate Producer Dustin Mock!
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