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Seattle Seahawks: Offensive line coach Tom Cable, unconventional, crazy, mad scientist and rebel

Seahawks line coach Tom Cable is a rebel; he always has been. And the 50 year old from Snonhomish, Washington is changing the way the game is played. From the coaching tree of Jim Mora, Cable is a fan of the “dirtbag” offensive lineman that is becoming rare these days. Cable has turned to former defensive linemen to fulfill his paradigm shifting vision to get the brutality...
Via Seattle Side Up!
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Tom Cable:  O-Line Shuffle Magician Extraordinaire

Offensive Line Shows Improvement Thanks To Shake Up If ever you doubt Tom Cable as a coach, I think you can take the offensive line the Seahawks put out there in the first week of pre-season and then compare it to the one the Seahawks put on the field a week later.  The difference was massive. Cable responded to his squad’s poor first game by moving Justin Britt to left guard...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle moving closer to settling on offensive line starters

RENTON, Wash. (AP) The constant shuffling along the Seattle Seahawks' offensive line could be coming to an end. Coach Pete Carroll and offensive line coach Tom Cable said Monday that the starting five the Seahawks used in last week's preseason loss at Kansas City could be the unit that starts Week 1 of the regular season against St. Louis. It's been an arduous stretch through the...
Via AP on Fox
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Seahawks continue to work on offensive line

The Seattle Seahawks are still trying to sort how their offensive line will look when the season opener comes around. The offensive line has been unsteady with openings at center and left guard without anyone stepping up to claim a starting spot. "We felt like we need to do a little more mixing and matching to figure it out," said offensive line coach Tom Cable, via
Via 60 Max Power O
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Tuesday News: Three updates on the Seattle Seahawks that you need to know

The Seattle Seahawks have had a busy week so far and it’s only getting started. Here are three news items you need to know following the team’s disappointing performance on Friday night against the Denver Broncos… 1. Tom Cable is trying to hide Justin Britt Tom Cable making some adjustments on the O-Line today at #SeahawksCamp. @JustinBritt68 on the left side. pic.twitter...
Via cover32
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Tom Cable credits wide receivers for Seahawks' rushing success

Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable gave a surprising explanation at the team's annual town hall meeting as to why the Seahawks are the best rushing team in the NFL.  “I don’t think there’s a tougher group [of wide receivers] in all of pro football,” Cable said, via ESPN. “I try to tell them every chance I get that we’re the best running team in football...
Via Fox Sports
June 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks coach Tom Cable despises spread offense trend at college level

Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable is making waves around the NFL today after he made some extremely critical comments about the way college offenses are run these days. Speaking in an appearance on 710 ESPN yesterday, Cable made it clear that he hates the proliferation of spread offenses at the college level, and says it produces inferior players at pretty much every...
Via cover32
May 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Tom Cable: Rushing Attack Could Lead to Second Chance

The 2014 Seahawks might be better than the 2013 Seahawks. Of course it will mean little if their season ends before February 1st, but one reason it has some weight at this juncture is the play on the other side of the ball.Two of the chief minds behind the latest yards-fest are Offensive Coordinator Darrell Bevell and O-Line coach Tom Cable. Both deserve high praise and a chance...
Via Pro Football Spot
December 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Tom Cable must upgrade Seattle’s awful offensive line

When Tom Cable was tapped to be the Seattle Seahawks new offensive line coach/assistant head coach on January 18, 2011, he inherited an offensive line with a legacy of serious problems. Cable – who only a year before had been the head coach of the Oakland Raiders – was a high-end hire for a challenging situation. The Seahawks were among the leaders in the NFL for sacks allowed...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
July 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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