The Seahawks allowed a 52-yard run by Nick Chubb followed by a Baker Mayfield TD pass on back-to-back plays. Dave Wyman shares why not to point the finger. Give me some more!
The Seattle Seahawks made a flurry of roster moves on Tuesday, adding four players to their practice squad and releasing two other players to make room. The four new Seahawks are tight end Tyrone S… Give me some more!
After defeating the Cleveland Browns, the Seattle Seahawks advanced to 5-1 on the season for just the third time in franchise history. Seattle has also logged its first 3-0 road start since 1980. F… Give me some more!
The Los Angeles Rams traded cornerback Marcus Peters to the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday for linebacker Kenny Young and an undisclosed pick in the 2020 draft. Give me some more!
The 3-3 Los Angeles Rams made a pair of trades on Tuesday, shaking up a roster that has under-performed in 2019. The first was relatively minor, with L.A. acquiring second-year interior lineman A… Give me some more!
And the Chiefs are one of the league’s few teams to score more points on the road than at home. Under head coach Andy Reid (since 2013), the Chiefs have an NFL-high road/home offensive differential of +3.3 points. Given their penchant for road scoring, Reid’s Chiefs have been the league’s best visiting team against the spread during his tenure, racking up a 33-17-1 road record, good for an A-graded 29.7 percent return on investment.
Go behind the scenes with team photographer Rod Mar as he shares moments from the Seattle Seahawks’ Week 6 game against the Cleveland Browns. Eye on the Hawks is presented by Western Washington Toyota Dealers. Give me some more!
The Seattle defense has allowed 8th most passing yards this season. Should the Seahawks look to trade for Jets star S Jamal Adams? The Seahawks defense has… Give me some more!
The Seattle Dragons may be the Emerald City’s new XFL team, but soon many familiar faces with grace the turf at CenturyLink Field. In the skill, offensive line, and defensive front 7 phases of the 2019 XFL Draft on Tuesday, the Dragons selected five former Seattle Seahawks: wide receiver Keenan Reynolds, wide receiver Kasen Williams, offensive tackle Isaiah Battle, guard Robert Myers and tackle Taniela Tupou. Perhaps the most recognizable player selected in Day 1 is Kasen Williams, who was taken in the seventh round.