The Seahawks enter their 2018 bye week at 3-3. Lee Vowell and Kevin Daggett discuss the season so far and the passing of Paul Allen.
The Seahawks are 3-3 and are off in week seven. The season started poorly as Seattle went 0-2. Since then, though, the team is 3-1 and playing pretty well. And while I know you love reading about Seattle football, on this podcast you get to hear the soothing sounds of our voices too!
On this episode, Kevin Daggett and I (on a show produced by Rob Steele of COYL Entertainment) discuss the fact that Frank Clark needs to sign an extension with the Seahawks. Clark was great against the Raiders in week six. But he has mostly been great the entire year.
Every NFL team needs pass rushers. Seattle has one of the best in Clark. Why not give him the money that Earl Thomas isn’t going to get?
Kevin and I also talk about the passing of owner Paul Allen. Allen kept football in Seattle. What will happen now to the team and how will it affect players whose contracts are expiring?
And still speaking Clark, should Seattle pay Clark instead of K.J. Wright as well?
After the last few seasons of having a bad offensive line, the Seahawks seemed to have made that unit into a strength. D.J. Fluker has made a big difference. But what was the difference between the first two weeks of the year and the last four?
And we break down Seattle’s chances of making the playoffs. Hopes might be slim, but they are definitely improving. And the Seahawks best football of the year might be ahead of them.