The benefit of the doubt continues with the Seahawks, despite consecutive losses for the first time since the 2012 season. A look around at the media’s NFL picks this weeks shows just about everyone expecting the Seahawks to bounce back and get over .500. Because surely they can’t lose three straight games, right? Right? Seattle Times Jerry Brewer:…More
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The Seahawks’ 3-1 record feels like a long time ago, especially when one looks at the NFL power rankings put out by various sites this week. And that lopsided win against Green Bay in Week 1 on national TV? It might as well have been against the Lombardi Packers based on how down certain pundits…More
It’s good to be king, at least when it comes to NFL predictions. The defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks, who lost at home last week to the Cowboys, got the benefit of the doubt by national media this week heading into Sunday’s road game against the Rams. (It also helps that the Rams are 1-4 and…More
Seahawks Lynch was just doing business I’ve read a lot of back talk suggesting Marshawn Lynch should feel bad for holding out or that the team shouldn’t have waived his fine. Remember that in the NFL contracts aren’t guaranteed and if Lynch had a bad year last season the Hawks wouldn’t have had to honor his contract…More
By Geoff Baker Seattle Times staff reporter A Seattle man bidding to set a new speed-hiking record of the Pacific Crest Trail is now scheduled for a Sunday night finish at the Canadian border near Manning Park. Joe McConaughy, 23, who set out June 18 in Campo, Calif., just a few feet from the Mexican border, would complete…More
It was a crazy, busy year in Seattle sports. The NBA and NHL still haven’t arrived, but Robinson Cano, Clint Dempsey and Chris Petersen have. Managers and coaches have come and gone. We lost two Husky coaching icons, Don James and Marv Harshman, who died this year. The Huskies, playing in renovated Husky Stadium, and Cougars each…More