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Audio: Brock breaks it down, vol. 10

Post by News Tribune Staff on Dec. 7, 2006 at 11:22 am with 10 Comments »
December 7, 2006 11:22 am

BROCK.jpgFormer Seahawks QB Brock Huard is back with his 10th audio analysis for Seahawks Insider. Click here to listen. Generally we post these Wednesdays. Scheduling issues prevented that this week, but we made up for it by extending this session to about 18 minutes. We broke down the Denver game, previewed the Arizona game and analyzed several issues facing this team. Note: Be sure to check in with Brock through the Fone Zone postgame show on Northwest Cable News.

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  1. williambryan says:

    on seahawks.com they were talking about the trouble of having this game sunday and then playing the next thursday. it seems hard from a physical standpoint but on the preperation part it seems to work out pretty good for the hawks. the thursday game will be the 49ers who they just played so the planning wont be as tough as it would be for another opponent outside the division. and even better the team gets an extra 3 days of preperation against san diego which could be a measuring stick type of game.

  2. lsquire56 says:

    Hopefully they throw out the plan they had for the last 49er game – taking the first half off doesn’t work…

  3. andelero says:

    Brock rocks. Excellent work all around.

  4. HawkFromDay1 says:

    Brock’s good.

    Rod Woodson, Marshall Faulk, Lincoln Kennedy and whoever the eff else is on NFLN couldn’t carry his mic.

    Gimme the “Schefter – Huard Extravaganza!”

  5. JimWilke says:

    I learn a bunch every time I listen to Broc and Mike talk about the next game. Very bright fellows with terrific insight. Thanks.

  6. tezzer21 says:

    what’s the url or link to sign up for the podcasts again?

  7. It’s always on the right side of the blog, highlighted in yellow.

  8. ElPerroGrandeDos says:

    I puke everywhere everytime I hear Brock open his mouth …

  9. SupaFreak says:

    …then you know how the rest of us feel when you open yours… even in writing it makes us puke.

  10. nighthawk2 says:

    He may be a good analyist, but I always wonder why so many people (Lee Corso, for example), wind up being so smart after they’re out of football. The idiots who don’t belong in front of a camera or a mic are easy to spot, Sean Salisbury, Michael Irvin, Tony Kornheiser, even Corso could be put in that group but at least he’s entertaining, like Bradshaw.

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