Found September 30, 2012 on
BEST OF MAXIM
Russell Wilson had a rough go of it in Seattle’s 19-13 Week 4 loss to the Rams, completing 17-of-25 passes for just 160 yards, zero touchdowns and three interceptions. Wilson was under constant pressure, Wilson was routinely flushed from the pocket, but only one of his three interceptions was his fault. Doug Baldwin let the ball get ripped out of his hands late in the second...
The better team won
I should re-phrase that, the team that played better on Sunday won. Hats off to the St. Louis Rams for the big divisional win. The Rams coaching staff put together a great game plan that put the team in position to win.
The players executed the plan and that is why they won. On the other side of the field, the Seattle Seahawks entered the Edward Jones Dome...
Through three weeks of play, the Seahawks have showcased an impressive number of top-flight abilities. One of the stoutest run defenses in the league? Check. An intimidating, physical secondary? Check. Great special teams play regardless of whether they’re on the giving or receiving end of things? Check. A pile-driver of a run game? You better believe that’s a...
Seahawks defensive efforts equal wins
No matter how you want to analyze it, pick it apart, or complain about it, the Seattle Seahawks beat the Green Bay Packers on Monday Night Football to improve to 2-1 on the season heading into a divisional tilt with the St. Louis Rams.
As ESPN and other national media outlets continue to ridicule the Seahawks‘ improbable win — for whatever...
No Game Balls This Week!
Hey! Only 5 penalties! Woohoo! Reason to celebrate right, Seattle Seahawks fans?
We lost to the RAMS. The Rams! They are who we thought they were, And we let ‘em off the hook!
Embarrassing day for the 12th Man.
Shockingly, the Offensive Line had another down day on Sunday. Rookie Russell Wilson was only sacked twice, but he officially...
According to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports via NFL.com, replay official Howard Slavin and side judge Lance Easley, a replacement official, received numerous death threats following last Monday night’s debacle in Seattle between the Seahawks and Packers.
Glazer said that NFL security was forced to get involved because of how bad the situation got.
I find it very sad and disturbing...
Playing to their level
The Seattle Seahawks went into St Louis on Sunday looking to make a name for themselves in the NFC West. After starting off the year with a heartbreaking loss at division rival Arizona, the Seahawks couldn’t afford to lose their second division game of the year.
Leave it to the Seahawks, though, and they’ll surprise you in many ways. After looking stellar...