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The official podcast of the official booster club of the Seattle Seahawks. By 12s for the 12s. GO HAWKS!

The official podcast of the official booster club of the Seattle Seahawks. By 12s for the 12s. GO HAWKS!


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The official podcast of the official booster club of the Seattle Seahawks. By 12s for the 12s. GO HAWKS!




289: Time for Clowney to get off the fence, ranking the Seahawks best moves so far

The Seahawks are now into the second week of free agency and Jadeveon Clowney has not yet made a decision to return to the Seahawks or move on to another team. What is making this decision so difficult for Seattle's top pass rusher? In the meantime, the Seahawks made two moves that have some potential upside for the roster by sending a 5th round draft pick to Washington for a cornerback going into the final year of his contract. Quinton Dunbar received the 2nd highest coverage grade from PFF...


288: What the CATFISH is John Schneider doing? Oh wait, that makes sense

It's incredible how things have changed in just the short time since our last episode. As we all deal with some of the many changes that we're working through, it's fun to take some time and think about things like Seahawks football. So with NFL free agency moving on as scheduled, the Seahawks are focusing primarily on the offensive line while adding a veteran pass rusher as Bruce Irvin returns to the Seahawks. Along the defensive line Jarran Reed returns to Seattle while Quinton Jefferson...


287: Seahawks needs versus wants ahead of free agency

For the two months since the conclusion of the Seahawks season, every position group has now been dissected to the point that a person could be convinced that every area of the team has room to find improvement. Ahead of free agency next week, Adam and Brandan direct the focus toward what the Seahawks really need to find in free agency and away from the positions that could be considered as luxury moves. But if Seattle is going to have a championship offseason, their financial focus truly...


286: Ngakoue trade rumor clouds situation with Clowney, post-combine talk with Rob Staton

This week the rumor is that the Seattle Seahawks may be looking to trade with the Jacksonville Jaguars for their top defensive end Yannick Ngakoue. This could signal a few different things with regard to Jadeveon Clowney. Perhaps they've decided to move on from Clowney (a bit too early to seem likely), or it could be that they are trying to gauge the market before making their best offer to Clowney. It may be they want him in addition to keeping Clowney or they are simply doing their due...


285: 2020 NFL Combine preview - How to look for potential future Seahawks

With some changes to the 2020 NFL Combine schedule, it's going to allow for more people to watch coming up on Thursday and Friday evening. Rob Staton of Seahawks Draft Blog joins the show to talk about some of the changes and go position-by-position through the combine on what the Seahawks are likely to be looking for based on their historical selections. If you're interested in particular position groups, or want to go back and focus on a particular position group, here are the areas of...


284: Free agent news - Greg Olsen to the Seahawks, Jadeveon Clowney wants a market-setting contract

The first big news of the offseason hit on Tuesday this week as the Seahawks announced that they had agreed to terms with former Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen. While Seattle was in the market for a tight end this offseason considering the problems they had with depth at the position, is paying a 35-year-old the best approach. Brandan and Adam discuss the pros and cons of the situation and why the team could have felt that this was the best move to make. In the division, we saw what...


283: Catfish the 49ers!

We start off the show by celebrating the Chiefs win over of NFC West rival and a fourth quarter collapse that allowed 21 fourth quarter points by Kansas City. As much heat as Kyle Shanahan is getting, very little criticism seems to be going toward the San Francisco defense for being anti-clutch in the final moments. We discuss the joy many Seahawks fans are experiencing with Richard Sherman unable to add a second title with his new team. Now that the 2019 season is officially behind us,...


282: Closing out the Seahawks 2019 season

In what is becoming an overused narrative, the Seahawks did not try and force the run in the divisional round loss to the Green Bay Packers. As frustrating as it was to see once again the Seahawks trying to overcome a big first half deficit, the defenses inability to quickly adjust to the Packers plan to carve the defense with throws to Davante Adams. Even when Flowers tried to stay over the top of Adams in the second half, the receiver made the defense look foolish. Seattle was able to...


281: Russell Wilson leads the Seahawks through Wild Card weekend

The Seahawks advance into the Divisional Round of the NFC playoffs after their 17-9 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. Instead of boosting their takeaway numbers, this time around they boost their sack numbers. While the numbers may say that Russell Wilson stayed clean in the pocket, it felt a lot different while watching the game. Ultimately, it was Russell Wilson leading the way for the Seahawks, both on the ground and through the air, and his biggest target downfield was rookie wide...


280: A game of inches - the Seahawks game that embodied the cliche

The regular season is over, and playoff football starts this weekend. Though a different outcome of the 26-21 loss to the 49ers wouldn't have changed the fact that the Seahawks would be playing on the first weekend, it does change the venue. About one inch could have made a huge difference. Not just for the Seahawks, but for the entire NFC playoff picture. A overdue episode this week as Brandan is traveling and Adam had a Jeep to fix that left him stranded out of recording range. The guys...


279: The Beast is Alive and Well

For the 12 hours following the loss to the Arizona Cardinals, the emotions of Seahawks fans may have sunk to a season low. After the loss of Chris Carson and C.J. Prosise to injury in the matter of a few plays, Seattle fans were collectively asking the question if Marshawn Lynch was well enough to suit back up one more time in the blue and green. As things turned out, a return had already been in the works prior to Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Will the emotion of the move be enough...


278: Seahawks versus the Arizona David Larry Johnson Fitzgeralds

With midweek news of the Josh Gordon and Al Woods suspensions, it takes us away from just how great this week started out following Sunday's game with the Carolina Panthers. The Seahawks moved to 7-1 on the road, Pete Carroll won his 100th regular season game, Seattle took the top spot in the NFC away from the 49ers. Plus, they were able to get the win with having so many key injuries on defense. The Gordon suspended indefinitely and Woods out for four games, Brandan and Adam talk about...


277: The Decaf Metcalf Show

Turning the corner from Sunday's 28-12 loss to the Los Angeles Rams, @Seahawkscrazy on Twitter helps out by taking the blame for the loss this past week. Shaquille Griffin mentioned after the game that the Seahawks needed to be taken down from their high horse they'd been riding on. Considering Seattle was coming off wins over the 49ers, a tough Eagles defense and a Monday night win over the Vikings, maybe they were due for the first road loss of the season. But did it have to come against...


276: Seahawks vs Rams quick reaction - Sleeping and jet sweeping

After debating the question all week about whether Seahawks fans should cheer for a 49ers loss or a Saints loss, we are left with what might have been the least desirable outcome - a loss for the Seahawks. Seattle lost to the Rams 28-12 in a way that we haven't seen from a Seahawks team in recent memory. A game where they didn't look like they came to play at any point in this game. After giving up 21 first half points, the defense was able to get two turnovers early in the 3rd quarter, but...


275: The Seahawks move into first place in the NFC West after win vs Vikings, 49ers loss to Ravens

For just the 12th time in franchise history, the Seattle Seahawks have now won 10 or more games. Russell Wilson has helped to make that happen as he has been the quarterback for 7 of those 12 double digit winning seasons. The latest 10 win season comes after a 37-30 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Although the Seahawks were down at halftime, it was clear the defense had Cousins, Cook and Diggs bottled up in the first half outside of the first and last drives of the first half. A huge...


274: Dalvin Cook gives the Vikings a style the Ravens, Saints had in their wins over the Seahawks

The Seahawks move to 9-2 on the season after this past Sunday's victory over the Philadelphia Eagles which puts them at 6-0 on the road. It matches their best mark in franchise history and they did it without the help of Jadeveon Clowney. We talk about the last time a core injury came up with a star player and how it impacted the Seahawks in the playoffs during the 2015 season. Even without Clowney, Seattle's pass rush was able to frustrate Carson Wentz who was dealing with a diminished...


273: Playing with 'juice' vs playing with Carson Wentz, previewing Seahawks vs Eagles

It's been two years since the Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl and many of us still have the feeling that they're a good team. The team continues to have a stacked roster. But then you look at the record of the Eagles and some of their losses as they sit at 5-5 on the season and you can't help but wonder what the issue is. How could a team that beat the 8-2 Packers lose to a Falcons team that only won a single game going into their bye week? The answer: juice. It's something we see...


272: Three is the overtime charm for the Seahawks, the return of Pete Prisco

The Seahawks go into overtime for a second straight week and it didn't have to be that way. The Seahawks offense had a chance to draw the game down to a final field goal in regulation, and that was after multiple plays went the 49ers way that kept the game from being a Seattle landslide. Once again, it was a slow start on offense for Seattle as they didn't score on offense until the second half and needed a short field to do it on multiple occasions. The 49ers defense showed up, but so did...


271: Sit back and continue to enjoy the Russell Wilson show

There were some things to like in last Sunday's victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as Russell Wilson notched is fourth "stat" of this season. He's never had more than four during the regular season in his career, so with the Seahawks going into a really touch stretch in their final seven weeks of the schedule, the expectation is that he should be able to reach his personal best. There were also some things not to like about the last game. Jason Myers missed three kicks, the defense had a...


270: The Seahawks defense has a YAC problem, but Coach Carroll prefers other base defense stats

This week we're talking Seahawks football as Adam dials in during his drive across Nebraska to discuss the Seahawks 27-20 win over the Falcons. But even in victory, there were questions that came up about how far the Seattle defense can carry this team as it's currently operating. Coach Carroll, in his weekly press conference, talked about how the team his ranking high on stopping opponents on third down. Seattle is also among the top teams in the league when it comes to holding teams to...