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Seahawks Insider podcast — Week 4

Post by Eric Williams on Sep. 27, 2012 at 8:06 am with 6 Comments »
September 27, 2012 8:06 am

How will Seattle’s receivers match up against St. Louis defensive backs Cortland Finnegan and Janoris Jenkins? How will the Seahawks defense Rams possession receiver Danny Amendola? And is this week’s contest at St. Louis a trap game for Seattle?

Eric Williams of The News Tribune and Rob Rang, senior draft analyst with, discuss Seattle’s upcoming contest at St. Louis.

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  1. Herm Edwards was the only NFL Sportscaster to acknowledge that the Seattle Defense played an outstanding game. This fact is totally lost on the ESPN & other sportcasters…Wilson is coming along(granted Bevell needs to open the playbook) He is doing what is asked of him.

  2. JazBadAzz says:


  3. Steve Young pointed out that he witnessed one of the best defensive outings he’s seen, but acknowleged that it’s going to be a shame because it will be pushed aside due to the controversy and that nobody will even talk about it.

  4. jzulaski says:

    Mike Sando used some of the video clips we sent him from KCPQ and wrote a good article in his ESPN NFC West blog:

    Pretty good stuff. Kind of vindicates Tate.

  5. sluggo42 says:

    one positive is that pete will use all of the comments that dog Tate as pregame fodder. This week Bradford, who said, “Everyone in the country except those who live in seattle saw an interception”
    Kolb says it hurts his team.

    F both of them.

    Lets hear Bradford Monday morning when he regains conciousness from the beating he is going to take this Sunday. If our boys are half as pissed as I am about all the BS that was said and twittered, there is going to be some serious asss-kicking going on. Way to wake up the sleeping bear.

  6. If Seattle thinks they can cover Amendola with a LB or with slow-assed Trufant, they are in for a nasty surprise. Dude is raging fast, could become another Wes Welker. Seriously, Ive liked the guy for years, never understood why they barely throw him the ball when the guy is so fast and is like 7-11–always open. Looks like Fisher figured it out in a hurry.

    Gibson is a big strong dude, and is playing far better than Sidney “Total Wuss” Rice right now.

    Bradford is gonna get mangled though! ANd he better, he’s a pretty good qb and will kill us if we dont hit him a lot.

    THis isnt gonna be easy-peasy; Fisher has the Rams playing tough football, and they can get after the qb. Add that to our horrid pass pro, and it could be another Carrol/Bevell Special–the offense that doubles as a turtle!

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