In this milestone episode, we take a look back at the Super Bowl and how it could inform the Seahawks offseason strategy. Where does the team need to improve to be able to compete with teams like the Eagles and Chiefs (or even the San Francisco 49ers). We also get to know Geno Smith a bit better after his latest appearance on the Pivot Podcast. We get insight behind some of the more controversial moments in his career and how he was thinking about hanging up his cleats before coming to Seattle.
Derek Carr has been released by the Las Vegas Raiders. We discuss how his situation is different than Geno's, and why he could end up getting a bigger contract compared to Smith. Plus, can the curse end already? Russell Wilson's charity came under scrutiny recently, but how much should he own responsibility for it? Trash talking 49ers players and “the government” get grouped together in this week's Do Better segment, while a Seahawks fan and combination of MVP voter and vote recipient earn a spot in Better at Life.
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