Seahawks Insider

Category: Brock Huard Analysis

Nov.
22nd

Audio: Brock breaks it down, vol. 8

BROCK.jpgFormer Seahawks QB Brock Huard is back with his eighth audio analysis for Seahawks Insider. Click here to listen.


Brock thinks the Seahawks’ problems in run defense have a lot to do with Marcus Tubbs’ absence. He said the Chiefs and 49ers both thought Tubbs’ absence was pivotal in letting them pound away. The key is for Seattle to start quickly on offense so opponents don’t get a chance to get the ground game going. Brock also noted that during the team’s 11-game win streak last season,

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Nov.
15th

Audio: Brock breaks it down, vol. 7

BROCK.jpgFormer Seahawks QB Brock Huard is back with his seventh audio analysis for Seahawks Insider. He gets into the Seahawks-Rams game, Trent Dilfer’s excitement over the 49ers’ game plan and other issues concerning the Seahawks. The audio is here. Also: Be sure to check in with Brock through the Fone Zone postgame show on Northwest Cable News.

Nov.
8th

Audio: Brock breaks it down, vol. 6

BROCK.jpgFormer Seahawks QB Brock Huard is back with his sixth audio analysis for Seahawks Insider. He thinks the team’s upcoming game against the Rams will provide Seneca Wallace with a truer test of his abilities over the course of a full game. Brock noted that Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren threw out the game plan Monday night once it became clear the Raiders wouldn’t win unless Seattle committed turnovers. Brock has also spoken to his brother, Chiefs QB Damon Huard, about what to expect against the Rams on Sunday. For that and more, check out

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Nov.
1st

Audio: Brock breaks it down, vol. 5

BROCK.jpgFormer Seahawks QB Brock Huard is back with his fifth audio analysis for Seahawks Insider. This one might be the best yet. I thought this one was especially valuable because the team is struggling a little bit and everyone is looking for answers. Brock has the background to cut right to the point. He also shared some insight about what his brother, Damon, thought about Seattle’s defensive effort Sunday in Kansas City. Great stuff. The audio is here.


Note: You can hear more from Brock after Sunday games through the Fone Zone

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Oct.
25th

Audio: Brock breaks it down, vol. 4

BROCK.jpgFormer Seahawks QB Brock Huard is back with his fourth audio analysis for Seahawks Insider. And by Insider, we mean Insider because, of course, Brock’s brother is the starting quarterback for the Seahawks’ opponent this week. We spoke for about eight minutes today and Brock made it clear from the start that this week is different for him. He is balancing brotherly obligations with his own feelings as a member of the Seahawks’ radio team (to say nothing of the work he does on the Fone Zone postgame show on Northwest Cable News).

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Oct.
18th

Audio: Brock breaks it down, vol. 3

BROCK.jpgFormer Seahawks QB Brock Huard is back with his third audio analysis for Seahawks Insider. We spoke for about 11 minutes today and the audio is here. Brock likes the Seahawks’ chances against the Vikings. He explained why, and he shared some insight about what Matt Hasselbeck likes about Deion Branch, and Branch’s overall impact on the position. You can hear more from Brock after games through the Fone Zone call-in show at Northwest Cable News.

Oct.
11th

Audio: Brock breaks it down, vol. 2

BROCK.jpgFormer Seahawks QB Brock Huard is back with more analysis on an upcoming Seahawks game. We had great response to his Seahawks Insider debut prior to the Chicago game. His latest analysis takes a look at what awaits the Seahawks in St. Louis.


As noted last time, Brock played for coach Mike Holmgren and alongside current QB Matt Hasselbeck, so he understands the offense and the people running it. And yet he’s free to offer the kind of analysis you’re not going to get from a current player. You can hear more from

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Sep.
27th

Audio: Brock breaks it down, vol. 1

BROCK.jpgFormer Seahawks QB Brock Huard will be checking in weekly as long as the Seahawks are still playing games. He’s in a unique situation. He played for coach Mike Holmgren and alongside current QB Matt Hasselbeck, so he understand the offense and the people running it. And yet he’s free to offer the kind of analysis you’re not going to get from a current player. The audio is here. Note: You can check in with Brock after games through the “Fone Zone” call-in show at Northwest

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