DiscoverSea Hawkers Podcast for Seattle Seahawks fans264: Every aggressive Seahawks play call backfires, yet another reminder that yards don’t matter
264: Every aggressive Seahawks play call backfires, yet another reminder that yards don’t matter

264: Every aggressive Seahawks play call backfires, yet another reminder that yards don’t matter

Update: 2019-09-27
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As Seahawks fans are coping with the first September loss at home in the Pete Carroll era, Adam and Brandan are looking for who to blame. When the opposing team scores in every phase of the game and you need more than one hand to count some of the questionable coaching moves in the game, the answer is clear. But a majority of those coaching calls came down to playing an aggressive style of football. Except for a decision to not call timeout at the end of the first half and a decision to not go for a two-point conversion late in the game. Those calls are still a bit tough to explain.

Luke Willson is back on the team for the Seahawks and says that Techno Thursday will return, but Bobby Wagner may be the wet blanket that keeps that as something of the past. Russell Wilson threw for more than 400 yards and demonstrated once again how yards don't matter. The guys preview Sunday's matchup with the Cardinals and what to expect from Arizona's offense through the first few games. In the closing segments of the show, Brandan calls out a Redskins employee in charge of Gatorade and Adam says the NFL went too far by banning pyrotechnics. Better at life nods go to a young Seahawks fan who made a trip out to Seattle and to Nelson Agholor for inviting a critical fan to an upcoming game.

Topics discussed:

Who to blame for the first loss of the season (2:17)

Michael Dickson having a sophomore slump (4:58)

Seven coaching decisions that made a difference (6:45)

Excitement for the return of Luke Willson to the Seahawks (8:12)

Seahawks timeout blunder at the end of the first half (10:54)

Why weren't the Saints called for offensive pass interference (15:38)

Adam rants on what the Seahawks should do on 4th and short (18:27)

Russell Wilson throws for more than 400 yards (24:43)

No noticeable pass rush versus the Saints (26:42)

Adam proposes a new rule for using the term undefeated (32:14)

What's the importance of a Week 4 win against Arizona (33:52)

What to look for with the Cardinals offense (37:34)

Why isn't the Cardinals offensive line better with this style offense (39:51)

Chandler Jones and the Cardinals defense (41:37)

Prosise may be making a move for RB1 (46:27)

Seahawks transactions (51:35)

Welcome to the Flock (55:51)

Week 3 Pickem Winner (58:31)

Do Better: Redskins employee stirring Gatorade (1:15:45)

Do Better: A blanket ban on pyrotechnics (1:18:48)

Better at life: Seahawks fan Griffin Cherniss (1:22:20)

Better at life: Nelson Agholor (1:24:51)

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264: Every aggressive Seahawks play call backfires, yet another reminder that yards don’t matter

264: Every aggressive Seahawks play call backfires, yet another reminder that yards don’t matter