Aaron Sims

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The new Bugatti

No such thing as too much speed.

Cody Latimer: No Longer a Sleeper

The word is out, Cody Latimer is really good.

Will the Real Will Sutton please stand up?

Will Sutton had 13 sacks in 2012 before adding 50 pounds and dropping his productivity down to "only" 4 sacks in 2013. If the Seahawks were to draft Sutton, would they get the 2012 or 2013 version?

Can't Jam This

With the departure of Golden Tate, the Seahawks may decide to pick up an X receiver in the draft. Allen Robinson would be a great choice.

Replacing Red

Red Bryant, Tony McDaniel, Michael Bennett and Clinton McDonald are all set to be FAs. The Seahawks could be looking for new players to fill all of their roles. This article takes a look at one...

Moses Parts the Sea

A look at the dominant run blocking of Morgan Moses

Wilson will look to get "lasered in" vs. 49ers

Russell Wilson has talked about being 'lasered in' or having 'laser focus' during his best games, but recently his play has been uneven.

Seahawks vs. Saints: Pressuring the Quarterback

Despite only recording one sack, the Seahawks effectively pressured Drew Brees in their week 13 match up. Here is a look at how they did it and the effect that it had.

Life without Wright

K.J. Wright broke a bone in his foot against the 49ers and could not play again this year. Here is a look at of just how good of a player the Seahawks will be missing.

Revamping the Seahawks' run defense

Control the gap, shed the block, and make the tackle

Mike Rob and the FB Lead is back

A week after Seahawks' running backs only had 12 carries for 28 yards against the Rams, they followed up with 28 carries for 162 yards against the Buccaneers.

The Seahawks' NASCAR package

Detailing how the Seahawks used the NASCAR package against the Cardinals, and the advantages the scheme creates.

Beating the blitz on TNF

The Cardinals' 3rd down defense and what the Seahawks can do to beat it.

Luck: When preparation meets opportunity

A look at the film that led to the pick six.

Defeating Deception

Beating the defense, even when they disguise their intentions presnap.

Attacking the quarterback on the read-option

Is targeting the QB on the read-option a good strategy for the defense?

The third pitch

How the Seahawks sealed the win against the Panthers.

Reloaded: Stopping the Panthers' option attack


What worked and what didn't work against Carolina's option attack last season.

Tale of the Tape: Spencer Ware at FB

A look at how Spencer Ware performed in his first live NFL action at FB.

Seahawks Training Camp Notes for Monday, 8/5

What went down at practice.

The Seahawks, Dan Quinn and the 3-4

The Florida Gators Defense, Bruce Irvin, and 3-4 speculation.

Spiders and Bananas: West Coast Offense staples

Easy first downs, automatic touchdowns, and utilizing the FB as a weapon.

Russell Wilson's Week 6 "wow" moments

A look at how Russel Wilson passed for 293 yards, 3 TDs and 0 INTs against the most successful NFL franchise of the modern era.

Stopping the Panthers' option attack

The Seahawks' Defense vs Cam Newton & Co.

Percy Harvin: Creating mismatches at running back

Percy Harvin, the read option, the wheel route and killing the 49ers.

Healing the Heel

Red Bryant's, Zach Miller's and Cliff Avril's feet.

Putting pounds on Spencer Ware

Spencer Ware, local fast food places and gaining weight.

The non-nickel linebacker

A look at LBs that don't play on passing downs and what this means for Malcolm Smith and the Seahawks.

Schneider's Schooling

A look at how the Packers approached the RB position and what John Schneider learned from it.

Head over Heels for Jordan Hill

Hill makes an already dominant defense better.

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