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Month: October 2018

Seahawks Becoming a Complete Team

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 87

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 87 Seahawks Becoming a Complete Team

Welcome back in for another edition of the Hawks Playbook Podcast. Keith Myers and Bill Alvstad take a look back at the fantastic complete game the Seahawks had vs the Detroit Lions on the road this past Sunday. We go over a ton of useful stats that prove this whole thing is no fluke. Your Seattle Seahawks are a very good football team as of right now. No more talk of rebuilding or retooling or whatever! This team is built! We are built to win right now and you would be hard pressed to find 5 teams in the NFL that are playing better than the Seahawks the last 4 or 5 weeks.

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Bye Bye ~ Bye Week, Hello Lions

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 86

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 86 Bye Bye ~ Bye Week, Hello Lions

It’s another addition of the Hawks Playbook Podcast. Welcome to the show. Bill Alvstad and Keith Myers sit down again and bring you over an hour of great conversation and discussion of all things Seahawks! Inside today’s show, you will find us discussing all the stats we can put our hands on to help us identify our strengths and weaknesses heading into week 8 of the regular season. In our middle segment, we look at the 5 best players on offense and defense so far, and highlight our biggest surprises and disappointments through the first 6 games. Finally, we look ahead to this weekends match up, as the Seahawks travel to Ford Field and take on the Detroit Lions in a key game that could propel the Hawks over the .500 mark for the first time in 2018.

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Seahawks Win vs Raiders & Tribute to Paul Allen

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 85

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 85 Seahawks Win vs Raiders & Tribute to Paul Allen

Welcome back to the Hawks Playbook Podcast. Keith and Bill open the first half of the podcast with a look back at the career and accomplishments of Paul Allen, Owner of the Seattle Seahawks after Paul lost his battle with Non Hodgkin’s Lymphoma this week. We did take some time as well to explore what it means going forward to the franchise that he not only saved to remain in Seattle, but allowed it to thrive in a uniquely Paul Allen sort of way. There is only one Paul Allen, and he will be sorely missed as an owner, and more importantly, as a human being you touched the lives of so many in such a positive way through innovation and philanthropy. Rest In Peace Mr. Allen.

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Seahawks improving in tough loss

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 84

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 84 Seahawks improving in tough loss

Seahawks fans welcome to the 84th edition of the Hawks Playbook Podcast! Today, Keith and Bill delve into the painful home loss against the Los Angeles Rams. It’s only painful because the Seattle Seahawks exceeded expectations in the game to the point where we should have won this game. We certainly put ourselves in a position to win until the final possession, until two offensive line penalties took us out of field goal range and we had to punt the ball back to the Rams offense. As things worked out, the Rams were able to do just enough and run out the close to preserve a 33-31 win.

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Desert Win and Rams Come To Town

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 83

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 83- Desert Win and Rams Come To Town

Welcome back Hawks fans! Keith and Bill look back at the costly win down in Arizona and look ahead to a showdown at home with the fast rising Los Angeles Rams this coming Sunday afternoon in Seattle. Earl Thomas may have played his last game in a Seahawks uniform this past Sunday, and it’s hard to convey in words just how much that completely sucks! What an unlucky stadium to play football in. Man. Sherman and Chancellor last season, and now Earl. Add Dissly in there as well. Ouch! You can talk all you want about his on the field gesture towards the Seahawks bench and John Schneider, but absolutely nothing should take away from the player that Earl Thomas has been for the Seattle Seahawks over the last 8 seasons.

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