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There was an excellent and true article the other day showing how the Bucs could be just like last year's Kansas City Chiefs, who were 2-14 with pretty much the same cast and crew that has them 8-0 this year.
The biggest change is the Head Coach, and a serviceable QB.
But if you really want to see a stark contrast, look no further than the team the Bucs face this weekend in the Pacific Northwest.
Tampa Bay is completely mismatched by the Seahawks this Sunday, in most circles they have little to no hope of pulling out a win, yet it was only a couple years ago the Bucs not only upset Seattle, but humiliated them the next year. That 2010 team that was reduced to rubble by the Bucs managed to go on to the playoffs with their 7-9 record while the Bucs stayed home with a 10-6 record because they lost out on tiebreakers to eventual Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers.
The Bucs were a mess in 2009, the first year under Raheem Morris, the coach everyone wanted out of...
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Today Dean Blandino the head of officiating was on the NFL Network and they were talking about Golden Tate and his dumb taunting penalty. Well guess what Golden, you made a non- Golden mistake. The NFL will likely consider negating touchdowns for taunting penalties, the NFL’s head of officiating Dean Blandino told the NFL Network. […]
When the Seattle Seahawks take the field this upcoming Sunday against the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers, they will have to do so without wide receivers Percy Harvin and Sidney Rice. We know that they will still be with starters Golden Tate and Zach Miller, but it is my belief that Jermaine Kearse will be the man to fill Rice’s shoes. Tate has been Russell Wilson’s number one target...
Golden Tate had one of the highest points in his career with a tremendous game against the Rams on Monday night. His taunting penalty on the way in to the endzone on an 80 yard TD run however, will certainly not go on his highlight real. Tate admitted that he didn’t use the best judgement. “That was immature of me,” Tate said. “I hurt my team. I’ve got to stay composed...
The Seattle Seahawks are glad to be 7-1, but the offense is going backwards and as WR Doug Baldwin said, "In the NFL you can’t play offense like this and keep continuing to win." The running game is ranked 4th in the NFL, but the passing game is 28th and overall the offense has been inconsistent at best.
According to ProFootballTalk.com, even though Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch missed Wednesday’s practice he’s expected to play this week.
Per a league source, Lynch will play on Sunday.
Even though Lynch is a tough bruising back, it will be interesting to see how many carries Robert Turbin gets.
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Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch did not practice Wednesday due to a knee injury, according to Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle.Fantasy Spin:Seattle coach Pete Caroll did not mention any knee issues with Lynch during his Wednesday press conference. Lynch often doesn't practice on Wednesday's anyway for rest, but when that happens he's listed as NIR (not injury related).
It looks like Darth Vader was at Monday night’s football game in St. Louis. He decided to photobomb Pete Carroll’s post-game interview.
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According to FOX Sports 1 Seahawks WR Percy Harvin was on track to return against the Rams on Monday night until his surgically repaired hip “flared up” in practice last Thursday. “We want to make sure we don’t go too far too fast,” Carroll said. “We’re looking for the long haul in his recovery. We […]
Check it at 5:22. Seriously, Marshawn? Lynch thought he was going to Buffalo in New York City and would be partying with Jay-Z when he was drafted by the Bills. Where, Buffalo Bill’s Steakhouse? Come on, man. God only knows where he thinks somewhere like Europe is.
Watch the whole video though it’s actually a nice little documentary, Marshawn Lynch is a good dude.
Golden Tate’s actions have NFL in talks over issues of taunting.
The NFL may look into negating touchdowns that involve taunting penalties.
This recent consideration came just as Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate was seen pointing and waving at safety Rodney McLead who was trying to stop him as he made his way to the end zone making an 80-yard touchdown. A flag was...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By TIM BOOTH AP Sports Writer The loss of wide receiver Sidney Rice for the season to a knee injury is just the latest problem for the Seattle Seahawks offense.
Seattle must now try to fill Rice's spot in a passing game already struggling due to poor protection for quarterback Russell Wilson.
The Seahawks gave up seven sacks...
Today’s Daily Fix updates you on injury notes regarding Seattle receivers, Zac Stacy and DeSean Jackson. It also tells you why you should start Eddie Lacy, Ryan Mathews, Alfred Morris and others in daily fantasy football at DraftKings for Week 9.
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Percy Harvin is “getting close but not close enough,” according to Seattle coach Pete Carroll. Harvin won’t play...
Seahawks Return Home
The Seattle Seahawks return home this week after another successful road trip with a 7-1 record and top spot in the NFC. This week they face the most dysfunctional team in the NFL – the Greg Schiano led Tampa Bay Buccaneers who seem to be self-destructing before our very eyes. Seattle played their worst on Monday night but as all good teams do – they found...
Marshawn Lynch and the Seattle Seahawks Beast Moded their way to the top of the isportsweb NFL power rankings in week 7. Can they hold onto it after week 8?
First off, I’d like to apologize for not getting the week 7 NFL Power Rankings up in a timely manner last week. I had some personal things pop up that prevented me from doing so. To make up for it, I will be posting...
After narrowly escaping with a victory against the St. Louis Rams, the Seattle Seahawks will host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 9. Despite playing an 0-7 team, prices for Seattle Seahawks tickets are still among the highest in the league this week. The average ticket on the secondary market is $218, which is 28% below the cost of an average Seahawks home game this year. A combination...