Joshua Kasparek

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Seahawks' youth & inexperience


I can hear your cries of frustration. I can feel your tension on the heart breaking pass that ended the Seahawks hopes in Detroit. I am here, though, to help you move on and prepare for the final eight games of the 2012 season.

It's what they're not saying


A disclaimer: This article is wrought with opinion and few actual facts, and it's about everyone's favorite subject - the quarterback 'controversy'.

Backbone plays of the Seahawks' 2005 season


This is rarely true. Unlike college football, even the bad teams are hard to steamroll in the NFL and getting to a collection of 12 or 13 or 14 wins takes key plays in key moments to cement your destiny.

'The straw that stirs the drink'


Defensive tackle: the straw that stirs the pressure drink

Scheme Analysis: Pass rush design & execution


To the naked eye, rushes happen so fast that they look like a battle of chaos and luck, but if you get the chance to watch a particular rush over and over and see all the moving parts that make it work, it's really amazing.

Hawks' pass protection issues start on the right


Pressure off the right side of the offensive line was a serious problem for the Seahawks' offense on Sunday as normal left guard Paul McQuistan moved to the right to replace injured John Moffitt and RT Breno Giacomini struggled in pass protection bad

Scheme analysis: How line protections work


This week, in a short series of articles, I want to talk pass protection and pass rush schemes and help people understand how this execution can hurt or help you.

It's about execution, gentlemen


I think one of the most valuable things we've seen come out of the last few years is access to the basics of football, weather through shows like Playbook on NFL network to videos on how to be a passer, runner, receiver, the access is unprecedented.

A win is a win?

I don't know. I said that phrase so many times last night. I don't know. "Is a loss better in the long term to jump start the offense?" I don't know. "Is Russell Wilson doing enough to help this...

Beating the Blitz with Marshawn Lynch


Something I noted on twitter after the Seahawks loss to the Arizona Cardinals was Seattle's need to be able to run against their blitz looks and take advantage of mismatches.

Talking Identity, Pete Carroll and the Seahawks


I'm a fool in many ways when it comes to the Seahawks.

The future look of the Seahawks' Offensive Line

Everyone knows the Seahawks' offensive line struggled mightily in their loss to Arizona, but one name I haven't really seen brought up a whole lot in the media is James Carpenter.

Seahawks Vs. Cardinals: So Things Didn't Go Like You Expected...

I don't know about most folks, but for me, I expected exactly what I got.

The Modern Quarterback, As Designed by Bill Walsh


Seahawks' rookie quarterback Russell Wilson had me picking my jaw up off the floor after his Friday night stage-grabbing performance, not because of his accuracy or because of his arm but because...

The Seahawks' History With the Scrambling Quarterback


I felt very concerned last Saturday night after watching the Seahawks game, and then the subsequent fallout of the "Start Russell Wilson" explosion that followed.

What Makes a Hall of Fame Player or Coach?

It started after the great news that Cortez Kennedy was finally elected to the Hall Of Fame. I was already asking myself - "what defines the men who enter this elite class?"

Farewell to the Truf!

Standing nearly six-feet tall, weighing in at 200 pounds, Washington State University Cornerback Marcus Trufant was the 11th overall pick of the 2003 draft, becoming a member of the Seattle Seahawks, his hometown team.

1983: The Sledgehammer to the Foundation


I put on my time travel cap and thought of the most famous comeback drive in history for the Seahawks. You older 12th men and women may know where I'm going here, but before I reveal it, a little back story.

The Matt Hasselbeck to Darrell Jackson Touchdown Connection: A Look at Passing Successfully


Tarvaris Jackson shouldn't be and is not the complete scapegoat.

Marshawn Lynch & Shaun Alexander Share a Rare Rushing Skillset


Why the Seahawks need to re-sign Marshawn Lynch.

Thinking Dynasty? Balance Is The Name Of The Offensive Game


Run first or pass first? This is the question that has been on the minds of Hawk fans since Shaun Alexander started to decline.

Thinking Dynasty? It Goes Further than Quarterback


A look at the dynastic NFL teams of the last three decades, and what set them apart.

The Seahawks' No-Huddle Is Not The Hurry-Up!


Some folks are asking about the "No Huddle" offense and why it is successful. There is one thing that bugs me though and that is, the no-huddle has been confused with a hurry-up.

For the Seahawks, Wide Receivers Matter Too


For the Seahawks, Wide Receivers Matter Too

An Open Letter To Tarvaris Jackson


Dear Mister Jackson, ...

How To Look At The Seahawks' 2011 Season: A Historical Perspective on Expectations


How To Look At The Seahawks' 2011 Season: A Historical Perspective on Expectations

Max Unger and Blair Bush: Legacy vs Potential


Over the course of my last few articles, we've discussed many aspects of running the ball. We've compared offenses, coaches, play calling and running backs. I was planning on doing an in-depth...

Max Unger speaks!


Hey dudes, make sure you check out this interview with Max Unger on Bob and Groz. Anyone the least curious about this guy and his personality it's a solid 12 minute interview

Warner VS Alexander: Speed vs Power


There is so much to look at in a running game. So much to consider in details, so much to see in terms of plays made that are so close to failure, but here, in this article, we will take away most...

The Knox Era VS. The Holmgren Era: Rushing


in this piece we will compare the Seahawks' two most successful rushing attacks.

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