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Sea Hawkers Podcast

Release Date: 01/30/2014

363: Seahawks make first offseason move, fire Ken Norton Jr. show art 363: Seahawks make first offseason move, fire Ken Norton Jr.

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The Seahawks franchise may not have made the kind of coaching change that some fans were calling for this offseason, but they did make the move that we figured would be the most likely. Defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. is out after spending 2010-2014 as linebackers coach for the team and as DC since his return in 2018. Seattle will also be looking for a new coach in the secondary and at quarterback coach. So where do they go next? Do they promote from within? Do they hire a coach who Pete Carroll has history with? Or do they find someone with head coaching experience that can collaborate...

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362: The final Seahawks game shows exactly where to focus the roster in 2022 show art 362: The final Seahawks game shows exactly where to focus the roster in 2022

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Where was that team all season? The Seahawks showed emotion, they showed an ability to come back despite adversity, and they demonstrated how they can dominate a team on the ground to set things up for deep shots down field. We got a peak at what we thought this offense could be before the season started. We even saw a competent pass rush in the second half versus Arizona. They even did it without some of their top defensive talent. So what does it mean for the offseason? Who will be coming back in 2022? Who should the Seahawks want to bring back next year? The game against Arizona showed the...

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361: Russell Wilson is once again fueling offseason speculation show art 361: Russell Wilson is once again fueling offseason speculation

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The Seahawks scored more than 50 points in a game for just the fifth time in franchise history. The victory over the Lions gave us a glimpse of what the Seattle offense could look like with an o-line that had the ability to routinely dominate their opponent. But we did see things happen against the Lions that happened all too often during the regular season that remain a cause for concern. Pete Carroll said he doesn't have to mess with the reports of Russ going anywhere this offseason, because he says he knows what's actually going on and doesn't need to follow the agendas of others. However,...

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360: There's nothing automatic in football show art 360: There's nothing automatic in football

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It's another full team failure to discuss after a loss to the Bears on Sunday. While we continue to see the same issues week-to-week with the team, we wonder who (if anyone) will be held accountable in the offseason. The latest press conference this week with Pete Carroll makes it sound as though he doesn't feel any heat from ownership. Would it even make sense financially to make the move for the team? The second half collapse by the team, gave us an opportunity to see if Russell Wilson could pull off another fourth quarter comeback. Unfortunately penalties and missed opportunities didn't...

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359: An event the league desperately wanted the Rams to win show art 359: An event the league desperately wanted the Rams to win

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The Los Angeles Rams (and the NFL) had a hand in the Seattle Seahawks finishing with their first losing season in Russell Wilson's career. From moving the game back from its originally scheduled time and giving more time for key Rams players to return to the field, the shift was already a clear disadvantage for the Seahawks. But with two key officiating calls, and many other questionable calls and non-calls, this game felt as rigged like no other game since the first Seahawks Super Bowl. We talk about all of the questionable calls, the decision by the league and the NFLPA to shift the game and...

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Seahawks need win vs Rams to remain in playoff hunt show art Seahawks need win vs Rams to remain in playoff hunt

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After the Seahawks 33-13 win over the Houston Texans, we're now starting to see the Seahawks show up in the 'in the hunt' section of the playoff picture. But can they stay there especially with a division rival up next on the schedule? Clinton Bonner joins the show with Brandan this week, as Adam is on an extended work trip to recap the biggest plays from the Texans game. Tyler Lockett's performance this season now puts his name among the top wide receivers in franchise history while Rashaad Penny showed us some reasons to be excited about what he could bring to the team down the stretch this...

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358: The Seahawks just won our 2021 'Super Bowl' show art 358: The Seahawks just won our 2021 'Super Bowl'

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In a season where your team is 4-8 after 12 games, and since it's not a place we're used to being at, it feels important to mark the high points of a season. This latest win over the San Francisco 49ers may just have to be that high point we're looking for, because this game had everything. We list of the bingo card full of events that happened from Sunday's game and we probably still missed some key moments. The Seahawks 30-23 victory really had no reason to be that close considering the number of turnovers and how they turned it over on the goal line multiple times. Fortunately Carlos Dunlap...

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357: Seahawks fans now have an idea what it's like being a Niners fan show art 357: Seahawks fans now have an idea what it's like being a Niners fan

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The Seattle Seahawks continue to lose, but they lost in a way this week that gave us hope in the end that they could pull out the win. Ultimately, there were too many mistakes by the offense, and it was another performance by the defense that allowed their opponent to work their way down the field with relative ease. The 17-15 loss to the Washington Football Team sends the Seahawks to 3-8 and just one loss from a losing season with six games left. Pete Carroll had some commentary after the game that has Adam thinking that the offense was turned over to Russell Wilson and Shane Waldron. But...

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356: Pete Carroll is a stats nerd show art 356: Pete Carroll is a stats nerd

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The Seattle Seahawks have now lost to a Colt McCoy quarterbacked team for back-to-back seasons. The latest loss to the Arizona Cardinals was especially frustrating because we saw a Seahawks defense that allowed McCoy to throw to the open guy right in the middle of the field.  The issues we're seeing on both offense and defense appear to boil down to one common theme. Pete Carroll is a stats nerd. Of course we know that it's all about the ball and avoiding turnovers has been important to Pete for winning games, but there is an emphasis on explosive plays that seems to drive both the...

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355: Shutout extends Seahawks Lambeau curse show art 355: Shutout extends Seahawks Lambeau curse

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The streak of losses continued at Lambeau Field this past Sunday. Russell Wilson returned to the lineup, but was not his usual self. We discuss some of the missed throws, bad decisions, and adjustments the team could make until Russ can return to full health. Although the scoreboard showed a 17-0 loss, the argument is made that the 3-0 score through the first three quarters was more of an indicator of the team's performance. However, the team is now 3-6 and leaves the team in a difficult position to try and make the playoffs. With the two-loss Arizona Cardinals next up on the schedule, Seattle...

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