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Month: February 2018

EPS 52 Podcast: Q&A Anniversary Show

This week’s show is all about fun. It’s about celebrating sticking with it for our first year. We have several listener questions and we’ve added our own….and quite a few that are non-football related so you can get to know us even better. So sit back, pop in the earbuds and enjoy the Q&A session with Bill and Keith!

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EPS 51 Podcast: How to Fix the Defense

While there are plenty of question marks, the team remains in good hands with Pete Carroll and John Schneider. We can expect them to make sound decisions, and maybe some difficult roster choices during free agency. We can expect to lose players we all wish we could keep. We can expect to sign players on value contracts that you’ve never heard of in incrementally improve the defense. But don’t expect the Seahawks to be big players. This year is all about consolidating the roster and trying to get younger via the draft, while looking a little bit forward to the 2019 season where the team will have more cap flexibility and a load of newly acquired comp picks to add to the youth movement the team needs to take to get better, and hopefully make a return to the Super Bowl.

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First Look ~ Coach Mike Solari and the Offensive Line

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 50

EPS 50 Podcast: First Look – Coach Mike Solari and the Offensive Line

Coach Solari brings over 30 years of experience to the job in his second stint with the team (2008-09’). Solari base scheme is based on traditional zone blocking principles as well as power and trapping concepts. He will work directly with OC Brian Shottenheimer who brings in an outside zone / Vertical passing game to improve a offensive line unit that ranked dead last in the NFL

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First Look 2018 Seahawks Draftable Players on Radar

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 49

EPS 49 Podcast: First Look 2018 Seahawks Draftable Players on Radar

Thanks for joining us again at the Hawks Playbook Podcast. In today’s episode, your Hosts Bill Alvstad and Keith Myers take a first look at the 2018 NFL Draft. While the draft is not until the Weekend of April 26th – 28th, we wanted to identify some players that the Seahawks would consider in the draft and give you some names to watch during the upcoming NFL Draft Combine held the 3rd week in February. In last week’s show, Bill and Keith looked at our own roster, and identified 7 areas that the Seahawks would need to address in the off-season via free agency or the draft. Those areas include: Edge Rusher; Strong Side Linebacker; Strong Safety; Corner; Blocking TE; feature Running Back and Right Tackle.

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