Thu, 13 October 2016
127: Why Seahawks fans should be confident about this Falcons matchup, were Russell Wilson's injuries a blessing, and an interview with Doc Scott
After an early bye week, the Seahawks have an opportunity to get healthy and capture the lead in the NFC West after a Rams loss to the Buffalo Bills. Seattle is set to take on a red hot Atlanta Falcons team that, in back-to-back weeks, has defeated the two teams that faced off in last year's Super Bowl. But this is exactly the type of team the Seahawks have proven they can dominate and the guys explain why this could lead to Matt Ryan's first loss at CenturyLink Field.
Roger in Chicago brings up the question of Russell Wilson and if his limited mobility will prove to be a blessing in disguise in giving him some practice at seeing what can happen when he hangs in the pocket perhaps a bit longer than he normally would. The guys also talk about how the departure of Marshawn Lynch makes this team a bit different in terms of how they might approach opponents from week to week.
Scott McIlroy, a drum and bass DJ known as Doc Scott, joins the show to talk about some of his favorite Seahawks moments including his first trip to CenturyLink. He talks about what got him into music and shares some stories of his early days playing in England. Considering all of his travels around the world, the guys ask about some of the most interesting places in the world where he's watched Seahawks games from. Follow Scott on Twitter @DocScott31 and check out his music at soundcloud.com/docscott31
The guys get into your email, announce the winners of the pick'em league, and talk about some upcoming Sea Hawkers events around the country. A special thanks goes out to our members of the flock coming up on their one-year anniversary supporting the show. Do better nods this week go out to the starting quarterback for the Bills and for a large percentage of the state of Ohio. Better at life nominees are a for a young kicker who delivered a hit that caught a lot of attention from football fans and two Atlanta Falcons who tagged along to help make a difference in the lives of kids at Seattle Children's Hospital.
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