Lumen Field was absolutely electric and the Sea Hawkers Podcast was there LIVE to witness the coming out party of a player who is way more then just a utensil! Clinton serves up the nooks and crannies and Brandan battles back in this episode of 3 IN, 3 OUT as a different DB is celebrated, a Seahawks legend (or two) ends up wearing an OUT, and a “Super” sneaky defensive line signing might just be paying the biggest dividends on the young season. Stay to the end to see Brandan's Brand-IN, our Most Valuable Cranny (MVC) and of course our From the Flock section where we share YOUR INs and OUTs from you, the Flock!
The Seahawks were down three starting offensive linemen heading into Week 3 of the season and facing one of the league's most better pass rushers. Still, the Seattle offense managed more than 150 yards rushing and 300+ receiving on the day on their way to a 37-27 victory. Yes, the defense had some issues throughout the game and even Geno failed to connect on some key moments, and we talk about those rough moments as well as some of the best moments. Jake Bobo, Ken Walker and Zach Charbonnet all gave us some big moments to cheer for during the victory.
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Results were a mixed back last week. One co-host was skunked, another made a few bucks, and someone's wagers paid off big. Will there be another parlay party this week? Can last year's champ get back into the green? With Bryce Young reportedly sitting out, we'll discuss how that could impact this week's strategy.
The Seahawks take on a young Panthers team amidst a rash of injuries for our boys in the Action Green. A big change took place on Thursday (after recording) that makes it look like they'll face off against Andy Dalton instead of Bryce Young. Can the Seahawks keep being heard as a team to reckon with or will these young kittens with their backup QB throw a monkey wrench into our early season plans?
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Did the hopes for the Seahawks 2023 season hang on the result of a coin flip? If Geno Smith doesn't get the ball in overtime with a chance at redemption, then our postgame commentary about our quarterback would have been much more critical. Ken Walker and Tyler Lockett each scored two touchdowns, including the game winner by Lockett. Tyler explained why he decided to go against one of the team's primary coaching points and, of course, Coach Carroll took no issue with it.
The Carolina Panthers come into town with the first pick overall leading the team at quarterback. Just like the Seahawks, the Panthers are playing without two of their starting offensive lineman. Dre'mont Jones could be due for a big game in the interior of the defensive line. The Seahawks may also need him to help stop a rushing attack led by Miles Sanders. Could the defense get a boost with a possible return of Jamal Adams?
Despite allowing the Rams to take some momentum into Week 2 of the season, the 49ers were able to pull ahead in the fourth quarter to take the top spot in the division for now. The Cardinals are hanging in games, even if they're giving up huge leads to the likes of Daniel Jones. Do better call outs go to the votes of the air player of the week and some bad officiating. Better at Life honors go to Nick Chubb and a Colts player who scored his first NFL touchdown.