Category Archives: Seattle Seahawks

Bears Will Face Stiff Competition for a Guard in Free Agency

Dave Birkett at the Detroit Free Press thinks the Lions could be big spenders in free agency: “With a projected cap north of $150 million, and the likelihood they free up more room with cuts or retirements, the Lions have … Continue reading

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When Talent Becomes Everything

Mike Florio at profootballtalk.com on how the Seahawks heve been forced to handle Marshawn Lynch during a difficult season with a difficult player: “The tiptoeing tone apparently was set at the top of the organization, with as one source explained … Continue reading

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For Heaven’s Sake, Jalen Saunders

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune relays that Bears practice squad wide receiver Jalen Saunders has been suspended for 10 games violating the league’s substance abuse policy: “Ten-game suspensions come when a player has violated the policy for a fourth … Continue reading

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A Matter of Common Sense. And Other Points of View.

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune puts the Bears at the bottom of his power poll. Once again, I can’t argue but I have some hope that they’ll be better than the Saints by the end of the year. … Continue reading

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Charles Leno Could Yet Be a Bears Building Block

A day after a 26-0 wipe out of the Bears by the Seattle Seahawks, the fashionable thing is to bash the team for a conservative offensive effort and poor special teams play. So, of course, I’m not going to do … Continue reading

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Quick Game Comments: Chicago at Seattle 9/27/15

Offense The Bears came out ready to run with triple tight ends on the first possession. They packed into tight formations and made no secret of what they were doing. Of course, the Seahawks were expecting that and were ready … Continue reading

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New Quarterback, New Game Plan

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune answers your questions: “How much different will the offensive scheme look with Jimmy Clausen? I expect a run heavy offense. — @naterbachhh “The offense has been pretty balanced under coordinator Adam Gase to this … Continue reading

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It’s the Brad Biggs Show Today. And Other Points of View.

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune reviews the film from Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals: “Eddie Royal looks out of position on the outside, and that’s the way it’s going to be without Alshon Jeffery (and Kevin White). Undrafted … Continue reading

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Jimmy Clausen Not the Biggest Problem. But He Was a Problem.

Rich Campbell at the Chicago Tribune describes head coach John Fox‘s reaction to quarterback Jimmy Clausen‘s effort in relief of starting quarterback Jay Cutler: “Jimmy Clausen took over, and the offense gained only one first down on his first five … Continue reading

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Seattle Offensive Line a Serious Liability as Seahawks May Be in Decline

Sam Monson at Pro Football Focus reviews the performance of the Seattle Seahawks offensive line against the Rams. This observations match what I see: “The Seattle offensive line combined to surrender three sacks, one hit and 12 additional hurries, and … Continue reading

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