DK Metcalf scored the game-winning touchdown to help Geno Smith lead his first fourth quarter comeback in a Seahawks uniform. Hear the call from Steve Raible on the Seahawks Radio Network as he celebrates the occasion on behalf of the fans. Tariq Woolen has reason to celebrate as he's now the franchise leader for interceptions by a rookie. Also, we heard from Pete Carroll and several Seahawks on facing off against their former teammate Bobby Wagner.
The Seahawks return to starting in the IN column this week with the 27-23 victory over the Los Angeles Rams and we kick off the show with some Seahawks offensive moments from the first drive. Was Bobby Wagner a force in this game? Sure, but Seattle got him at least twice in this game. There was another Rams defender, however, a brown-eyed, terminating force that put two Seahawks offensive lineman into the OUT column. A Seahawks player draws a flag and still gets an in? And finally, a tight end stole our hearts, stole the show, and ripped the MVC with a late-game display.
Find Sea Hawkers clubs around the world at SeaHawkers.org
Geno Smith earned his first ‘stat' of the season with a fourth-quarter comeback over the Los Angeles Rams. Unfortunately, the comeback was partly due to the Seahawks defense allowing 171 rushing yards to a Rams offense that was playing with multiple backups. However, Geno pulled it off with a big game statistically that saw Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf both eclipsing 125 yards on the day and three total touchdown passes. DK caught the game-winning score and did it with Jalen Ramsey tugging at his back the whole way. Tune in as we recap the Seahawks seventh win of the season!
Fans went into this week's game against the Raiders with the expectation for a win. It wasn't much different from the game against the struggling Tampa Bay team. So we explore why it could be that this loss hit fans a little bit harder than the one going into the bye week. There is one key stat that has led to a perfect winning formula for Seattle and it involves linebacker Cody Barton. Plus, what was Darrell Taylor thinking when he ran onto the field in the middle of a Quandre Diggs interception return?
Looking ahead to the Rams game on Sunday, there are a lot of unfamiliar names taking the field for LA. Despite the fact that Rams fans will be an endangered species in their home stadium, that they'll be starting a backup quarterback and that Seattle is coming in as a favorite by more than a touchdown – history plays a factor in how many of us feel coming into this game. We'll also see Bobby Wagner as he takes on his former team for the first time.
In the second half of the show, we start our weekly watch for where the Denver Broncos draft pick currently resides. After their loss to the Carolina Panthers, Seattle would have the third pick in the draft. Based on the Broncos schedule to close the season, is the second overall pick in range? One of our listeners needs to do better after infringing on Adam's trademark phrase, and Joe Fann has a poll out that should simply have ‘both' as an option. Finally, Better at Life honors go out to the Seahawks for making an announcement we've been waiting for.
This episode was sponsored by Liquid Death. Get Liquid Death at your local Albertsons, Fred Meyer, Target, or Chevron Extra Mile. Or find a Liquid Death retailer near you at LiquidDeath.com/HAWKRA.
Looking for sports cards at a great price? Get cards of your favorite player shipped to you. Reach out to Ben at Flathead Sports & Hobby Cards via facebook.com/FHSHCARDS/