It's Week 11 of the NFL season and Adam, Brandan and Gerrad offer their picks and sip on water this week in honor of CenturyLink reportedly serving watered down brews. Join in to compete week-to-week with the guys and other Sea Hawkers Podcast listeners at http://j.mp/pickshp.
The Seahawks show a dominant performance on the ground as Marshawn Lynch led the team to 350 yards on the ground to set a new team record. Russell Wilson also had more than 100 yards, but has not been the same in the last five games as he was in his first four games to start the season. Adam talks about where he may be struggling.
Brandon Mebane is out for the season. As of the recording he hadn't yet been placed on injured reserve. Because he's in the negotiation phase of the steps of grief, Adam talks about how he would trade the win against the Giants just to have Mebane back for the season.
Next up, the Seahawks head to Arrowhead to take on the Chiefs. The guys talk about the tough test Kansas City will bring. Brandan talks about one statistic about the Chiefs defense that may be misleading and offer the Seahawks offense a vulnerability to attack.
Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon, a 17-year NFL veteran and Seahawks broadcaster, joins the show this week to say thanks to service members past and present and talks about Russell Wilson, Brandon Mebane and cookies.
To close the show, “Do Better” nominees include the New Orleans Saints (by request of a listener) and some Bears fans who have gone way over the line. It's an all-Seahawks “Better at Life” segment with Dan Quinn and Marshawn Lynch taking this week's honors.
With Russell Okung and Max Unger back and healthy, Warren talks about the impact that had on the run game. He also talks about the struggles of Russell Wilson over the past few games, which he attributes to a re-tooling of the passing game following the departure of Percy Harvin, adjustments of playing with young rookies, and the impact of the weather.
Having played for the Chiefs and also having played at Arrowhead as an opposing quarterback, he talks about how difficult a venue it can be for a team and the impact of losing Brandon Mebane for the rest of the season will have on the team moving forward.
Adam, Brandan and Gerrad offer picks for Week 10, discuss the potential return of Adrian Peterson to the Vikings and offer their thoughts on the Alaskan Freeride APA. Join in to compete week-to-week with the guys and other Sea Hawkers Podcast listeners at http://j.mp/pickshp.
Another week and another victory that is a bit too close for comfort. Adam and Brandan take a look at some of the best and worst performances of the week among Seahawks players. After getting out to a first-half lead of 24-3, they talk about some of the events that led to the Raiders getting back in the game.
With the Giants next up on the schedule, there's a lot of reasons to be optimistic with several players set to return. Brandan talks about Eli Manning and the matchup issues he and the New York offensive line present to the Seahawks defense.
Johnnie Ramona Peel, Dave Kreig's Strike Beard blogger, returns to the show for the first time since October 2013. Johnnie compares the win over the Raiders to a meal at Taco Bell and the start of the season to the 2004 Seahawks team. She also revisits the story of how her blog came to be named after a majestic beard of the 80s-era Seahawks quarterback.
The guys read some of the latest emails to the show and “Do Better” nominees include Dan Snyder and Bill Simmons. A World Series pitcher with a historic performance and Tom Brady share “Better at Life” honors for the week.