You get tired about just reading about the Seahawks, right? Why not take a listen as we break down early training camp?
On the weekly Seahawks Show podcast, Kevin Daggett and I talk…what else? Seattle football, of course. Now in our third season, Kevin sounds smart and I sound pretty silly. As per usual…
During the first part of the show, we discuss the failed 2017 season. How much of what went wrong was because of injuries? But how much was missed kicks? Or was it something else?
After we cry a bit over last year, we talk the 2018 draft. Was Rashaad Penny a wise choice with the number pick? And will Penny mesh well with Chris Carson?
The guys talk about the players let go by Seattle and how Earl Thomas is holding out. Is Seattle better by removing themselves from players who do not appear to be team-first?
Kevin then discusses that Ken Norton Jr. is a good choice as the new Seahawks defensive coordinator. Lee discusses concern about Norton’s last three seasons with the Raiders. The Oakland defenses were not good.
But we also talk how really the defense belongs to Pete Carroll. Isn’t the head coach truly the defensive coach in Seattle?
Moving to offense, what can Brian Schottenheimer do to improve the Seahawks offense? Sure, Schottenheimer’s offense with the New York Jets were not top ten in yards but they were good enough to get the Jets deep playoff runs. Could Schottenheimer do the same with the Seahawks?