CHICAGO – Moments after the Seattle Seahawks’ 23-17 overtime victory over the Chicago Bears, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll took his j-holeness to a whole new level. The veteran coach jumped around, pumped his fist, and smiled like a 1980′s John Hughes movie villain. “Aw, man, this is so great. Just to think, it seemed... Read more »
This week we got a surprise visit from Naj at www.hawks101.com. Naj is from Atlanta and well-versed in the NFL. Tonight, we went over the Monday Night Football debacle…Cutler, Vick…every game…every game next week…shoot, I think we solved the world’s problems. It’s a long podcast…but it might’ve been our best one. Thanks to Naj for... Read more »
CHICAGO – It was only 70 plus years ago when George Halas revolutionized the game with his famed T-formation. Since then, various developments have helped American football evolve into what it is today. On Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks’ vaunted attack of play-action rollout passes stunned Bears defenders…and many think it could lead to a revolutionary... Read more »
Let’s just say that things haven’t been going well for me lately. Last Week: 2-2 Season: 22-25-1…yep…I’m smart. Baltimore (+3) at Pittsburgh Baltimore is 6-2-1 on the road against the spread this year. I love the Ravens defense on the grass surface…Ben has trouble moving in the pocket…Both road teams won the previous May the force... Read more »
Hi…I’m one slimy SOB. While we slowly trudge through the week towards Sunday’s big battle between the Bears and Seahawks, let’s take a moment to compare the two teams competing: BEARS SEAHAWKS Why mascot is tough… Loud roar…big claws…big teeth…did we mention the roar? Can totally pick a fish out of the water while flying... Read more »
The Seahawks are 8-9 and ready for a World’s Championship. Alex and I talk about the previous weekend’s games and preview the next week’s matches. This week, Alex actually watched the game…plus, Alex asks the age old question, “Which philosopher was most like Lovie Smith.” And Alex talks about nonsense, per usual.
The Seattle Seahawks and Chicago Bears did whatever they could to give away Sunday’s game at Soldier Field. The NFL, however, dictates that one team must become victorious in a regular season match (unless the game is tied after 15 minutes of overtime). The Seahawks won the match, the Bears lost a golden opportunity, and the... Read more »