Mike Iupati

Idaho Vandals #77 - Guard

  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 325

The Linc - Carson Wentz is looking swole


Philadelphia Eagles news and links for 7/28/20.


The Seahawks’ offseason focus needed to be pass rush, pass rush, pass rush

Did Seattle do enough to turn its defense around?

Bengals News (4/15): Booting up


The Bengals are getting prepared for a virtual draft, and it is safe to say this isn’t going to be their typical setup.

Seattle Seahawks offseason news and notes


We continue our Sunday morning news dump from around the NFC West. Things are not going well in Seattle outside of football, but there is plenty of football news on the Seattle Seahawks from the...

NFC West Offenses: Ranking By Position


As every Cardinals’ fan knows, the players on the Cardinals’ offensive last year did not grade well, per the PFF standards. If we were to rank the NFC West players (on their current rosters) at...

Line Dancing


I keep reading a plethora of posts from Cardinals’ fans who claim the Cardinals’ perennial offensive line woes are a function of Steve Keim’s poor judgement of NFL offensive line talent. Many of...

1 under-the-radar move to love from each NFL team this offseason


These low-risk moves could pay off big in 2019.

The Seahawks turned Frank Clark and 4 draft picks into a scary reload

In a two-week span, Seattle made sure Russell Wilson stuck around and then gave him enough new talent to keep him happy.

Arizona Cardinals offensive line their biggest roster hole according to Football Outsiders


In things that make you say, duh, ESPN and Football Outsiders posted their yearly look at the biggest roster holes for each NFL teams roster. In something that is a shock to no one, the Arizona...

Who is your favorite 2019 Seahawks draft pick?

The Seattle Seahawks have completed the 2019 NFL Draft and added 11 new players through that process. You can see both of our John’s here at Field Gulls grade Seattle’s draft class — Gilbert by the...


Russell Wilson is locked in — here’s what the Seahawks have to do next

Seattle paid Wilson $35 million per year. Now it needs to keep him upright.