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In this season’s debut edition of “Chalk Talk”, Brock Huard breaks down the 18-yard completion to Golden Tate that helped seal the Seahawks’ Week 1 win over the Panthers.
“But as Brock Huard explains in this season’s debut edition of “Chalk Talk”, the 18-yard completion from Russell Wilson to Golden Tate on Seattle’s game-icing drive was an example of putting the right player in a good position to make a big play.”
Video link on MyNorthwest.com http://youtu.be/7o7J6IzmDBk
Brock Huard’s “Chalk Talk”: Golden Tate helps seal win over Carolina
You can see the play here. http://youtu.be/UoliD4Su-i0?t=3m22s
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The Seattle Seahawks head into a pivotal game against the division-rival San Francisco 49ers’ this weekend with a relatively healthy roster. The offense is not expected to be without any starters. Unfortunately, the defensive side of the ball is still trying to get healthy though, according the Seahawks official web site. Brandon Browner—who fully participated in every preseason...
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner is listed as doubtful for Sunday night's game against the San Francisco 49ers, head coach Pete Carroll said, via ProFootballTalk.com.
“He’s doubtful going into the game. We’ll see what happens on game day. We’ll take it all the way up until then – has not been able to get as much work as we’d hoped,” Carroll said.
San Francisco at Seattle
Both the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks opened their regular seasons with narrow victories. Now, the NFC West rivals look to make it two straight as they face off in a marquee matchup Sunday night at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field.
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(Eds: Adds details, quotes. Will stand. With AP Photos.) By TIM BOOTH AP Sports Writer The joke is that Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin is always angry, always carrying a chip on his shoulder from being overlooked.
The truth is that while Baldwin plays with that intensity from going undrafted coming out of college, he's also a fervent student of the game, knowing where he...
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Yesterday the Seattle Seahawks let their fans, who are known to be one of the loudest stadiums in all the NFL that they are on watch. The organization will now have undercover law enforcement officers that will be wearing opposing team jerseys to quickly detect unruly fans.
The Seahawks didn’t want to discourage fans to be loud and cheer on their team, but wanted to make sure people...
The Seattle Seahawks came away with a win in Carolina to open their season Sunday. But they didn’t play especially well traveling across the country for the early start. Will the team bounce back against a better 49ers team in their home opener? Inside we break down the Seahawks after their first game and look back to last December's 42-13 loss for correlations heading into Sunday night.
The Seattle Seahawks host the San Francisco 49ers in their home opener on Sunday night. Some readers may well have taken out their wallets after seeing the words “Seahawks” and “home.”
Aldon Smith may think it's just another game, but the verbal sniping between the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks proves otherwise.
A primetime matchup between two of the NFL's top young quarterbacks only adds to the attention.
Colin Kaepernick and Russell Wilson are both looking to build on the best statistical performances of their respective careers Sunday night...
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Russell Wilson threw only 10 interceptions in 16 regular-season games as a rookie, a few of them the result of a hit as he threw, a slipping wide receiver or a pass off the hands of his target.
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The San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks love to hit and go after the ball. These are two tough teams. In fact, the whole NFC West was built off toughness. Each team needed to compete with what the other was building. This is the toughest division in the NFL.
This game, just like any other NFC West showdown, will be about toughness, physical & mental. There has been...
It’s the day before the day before and we start it off with a tweet from Liz Matthews late yesterday afternoon that brings possible good news out of the VMAC.
The Seahawks may not only get Cliff Avril back this weekend, but Chris Clemons may be back as well.
How huge would that be, 12th man?
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