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Seahawks Playbook Podcast Episode 199: Seahawks Face Cardinals in Rematch for Division Lead

Thanks for joining Bill Alvstad and Keith Myers for another edition of the Seahawks Playbook Podcast! This week, Bill and Keith breakdown the loss to the Los Angeles Rams and then look ahead to the NFC West rematch between the 6-3 Seahawks and the 6-3 Cardinals. This game could go a long way in determining who has the upper hand in winning the division, and the general direction that the two franchises will take as we head into the home stretch of the 2020 campaign.

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Seahawks Playbook Podcast Episode 198: Seahawks lose to Bill’s but March Ahead to Take On the Rams

Seahawks fans, wherever you may be, welcome back for another edition to the Seahawks Playbook Podcast. This week, Bill Alvstad and Keith Myers breakdown the Bill’s loss and look ahead to an NFC West showdown with the Rams. What’s wrong with the defense? What’s wrong with the coaching? What’s wrong??? We demand answers! That’s been the week so far if you’re inclined to be on social media and follow the team this week. So we dive right in to all of it this week as Bill and Keith talk Seahawks football.

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Seahawks Playbook Podcast Episode 197: Seahawks Move to 6-1 and Look to Face Off Against The Bills

Seattle Seahawks fans, where ever you may be, welcome back to the latest edition of the Seahawks Playbook Podcast! Your Host’s Bill Alvstad and Keith Myers are here to talk Seahawks football, so thanks for joining us! Up this week: The Seahawks dominated the 49ers at home to breeze to a commanding 37-27 win to position the Seahawks at 6-1 on the year, 1st place in the NFC West Division as well as the #1 seed in the NFC. The Seahawks’ offense was able to do it’s usual thing against a 49er defense that came into the game with a top 5 DVOA ranking in terms of both points allowed and yards given up. Didn’t matter as Russell Wilson hung 4 touchdowns on them and D.K. Metcalf had a career day totaling 12 receptions on 15 targets for 161 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The big news however was the way the defense came to play on the day. They were able to come out agressive and limit the 49ers on offense to 117 yards through the first 3 quarters of this game. Their first truly dominate performance of the season. Although Nick Mullens did come in for lots of garbage time yards and some points, the game was out of reach and Seattle remained firmly in control.

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Seahawks Playbook Podcast Episode 196: Seahawks Drop one and Look Ahead to battle with 49ers

Welcome back to the latest edition of the Seahawks Playbook Podcast. Seahawks fans, join your hosts Bill Alvstad and Keith Myers as we talk Seahawks football! Up this week, we take a look at what went right and what went wrong in our first NFC West match up of the 2020 season vs the Arizona Cardinals. The Seahawks came up just short in overtime in a game that saw tons of offense from both teams, and little in the way of defense. In the end, mental errors and turnovers were the deciding factors in this one. Of course, that’s in addition to the lack of pass rush and poor pass defense. Those factors seem to be a given at this point, seven weeks into what is otherwise a fabulous 5-1 campaign so far.

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Seahawks Playbook Podcast Episode 195: By By Bye Week, Hello Cardinals

Seattle Seahawks fans, where ever you may be, welcome to the Seahawks Playbook Podcast. Join your hosts Bill Alvstad and Keith Myers as we talk Seahawks football! Up this week, We grade the offense and the defense as well as a few of the players as we are 1/3 of the way through the season. What’s going great? (I’m sure you can guess!) What’s going poorly? What can we get back on track? This team, with a couple of tweaks, can have a really special year and a very deep run in the playoffs.

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Seahawks Playbook Podcast Episode 194: Seahawks Dispatch Vikings & Reach the Bye Week

Seahawks fans wherever you may be, welcome back to the latest edition of the Seahawks Playbook Podcast. Hey Y'all, we're 5-0!! First time in franchise history to reach that mark. Seahawks scored on another Russell Wilson game winning drive with under two minutes to play from 94 yards out to close out the game. Before Seattle got the ball back for that drive, the Vikings had a win probability percentage of 96.9%, but Mike Zimmer chose to go for it on 4th down, 4th and inches from the 6 yard-line and Seattle held to force a turn over on downs. Wilson completed two 4th down conversions of his own to D.K. Metcalf, including the game winning touchdown play and Seattle escapes with the win to move to 5-0.