Tom, Jake, and Stacy are joined by 710's Danny O'Neil live from Mariners Spring Training to start off the third hour. Which Mariner has impressed him the most this week? What would re-signing Jadeveon Clowney mean for the Seahawks? He lets the gang know. The biggest headlines from the NFL Combine are examined all before Sum It Up closes out Thursday.
Jake is mad and it's all because of the Seahawks' nickel corner position. He explains why to Tom and Stacy to lead off the second hour. In Four Down Territory, of the reported Combine interviews the Seahawks have taken, which one intrigues you the most? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including what life without Jadeveon Clowney would look like. One Seattle broadcasting icon will be taking a step back but it's not all bad news. Tom, Jake, and Stacy take a look at that in The Timeline.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy are joined by The Professor, John Clayton, live from the NFL Combine to start the third hour. What's the latest on the CBA negotiations? What was Clayton's biggest takeaway from his conversations with John Schneider and Pete Carroll? He lets the crew know. The biggest headlines from the NFL are rolled through all before Sum It Up closes up Wednesday.
Both Pete Carroll and John Schneider joined 710 earlier in the week, so what quotes stood out most to Tom, Jake, and Stacy from Seattle's head coach and GM? They hear from the two in charge of the Seahawks to start the hour. In Four Down Territory, how many free agent pass rushers do the Seahawks currently have in mind? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including Russell Wilson's strong opposition to the CBA proposal. How should we read into the XFL's attendance figures after three weeks of games? That gets looked at on Wednesday's Timeline.
What should we expect from former 1st rounder LJ Collier in 2020? Is it fair to label him a bust already? Tom, Jake, and Stacy take a look at what a productive season would look like from the 2nd year defensive end. Mike Salk stops by as they look at what a former MLB player told Salk about the Astros' sign stealing. How much influence will Russell Wilson's opposition to the proposed CBA have on other players as they vote soon? Tom, Jake, and Stacy take a look at the candor shown by Seattle's QB.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy hear from Seahawks GM John Schneider from earlier in the day and react to his quotes on Jadeveon Clowney's future, Will Dissly's health, Russell Wilson's recruiting ability and more to start the third hour. The crew scans through the biggest headlines from the NFL Combine all before they Sum It Up to finish off Tuesday.
What were the biggest takeaways from Pete Carroll's NFL Combine press conference? Tom, Jake, and Stacy sort it out to start the second hour. In Four Down Territory, does hand size actually matter for quarterbacks? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including the Mariners' starters getting off to a slow start in the Cactus League. The hour closes with one of the best sports stories of the year coming from the NHL.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy take you live to Pete Carroll's press conference at the NFL Combine. Seattle's head coach speaks on his team's wishlist at the Combine as well as some key injured Seahawks. Also in the hour, is the Combine the most important item on the calendar for NFL execs?
Jadeveon Clowney steps into Tom, Jake, and Stacy's free agency profile to lead off Friday's third hour. How much do they expect the Seahawks to pursue re-signing the elite pass rusher? They let you know. Why should NFL fans care about the CBA negotiations? That question gets answered all before Sum It Up and special guest, The Groz.
The Professor, John Clayton, joins Tom, Jake, and Stacy to give the latest insight into how the NFL players association is deciding on the CBA proposal they received from the NFL owners. In Four Down Territory, what's the latest noise surrounding Jacob Eason as he prepares for the NFL Combine? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including the Mariners Spring Training opener being just 24 hours away. Is Mike Fiers a snitch for outing the Astros? One MLB legend thinks so and Tom, Jake, and Stacy have the audio.
The NFL CBA negotiations continue to progess, but why should fans care one way or another? Tom, Jake, and Stacy tell you why to start off Friday. Mike Salk stops by to share which side of the aisle he's on in the battle of NFL owners and the players association. Did the Seahawks make a mistake with Germain Ifedi? They might've but it's not exactly what you're thinking of. Jake Heaps explains.
Do the Seahawks have a desire to re-sign Jarran Reed or will they let him walk? Tom, Jake, and Stacy profile the free agent defensive tackle in Thursday's free agency profile. The NFL is likely to change their playoff format, so what is there to like and dislike about it? The crew discusses. Sum It Up puts a bow on Thursday.
Why do the Seahawks continue to invest in one year veteran stop-gaps? Tom, Jake, and Stacy look at if Seattle is trying to build a long-term contender to start off the second hour. In Four Down Territory, is moving the NFL Combine to primetime good for TV? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including the NFL's proposal to change the playoff format.
The NFL is likely to change their playoff format in the coming years, so how do Tom, Jake, and Stacy feel about it? They lead off Thursday answering that question. Mike Salk stops by and he tells the gang why he's not in favor of a proposed 17 game NFL schedule. One NFL legend thinks Dak Prescott should take a discount to help out the Cowboys, do Tom, Jake, and Stacy agree?
Tom, Jake, and Stacy put a pair of Seahawks offensive linemen in Wednesday's Free Agency Profile at the start of hour three. Do you feel any differently about the Greg Olsen signing a day later? Sum It Up ends Wednesday's show.
Are the Seahawks building a patchwork team or a long term contender? Tom, Jake, and Stacy put them under the microscope to start the second hour. In Four Down Territory, what domino effect does the move to sign Greg Olsen have on free agency for the Seahawks? The hour wraps with the one thing Russell Wilson has been told not to do so his performance won't slip.
Greg Olsen is a Seahawk, so do you feel any differently about the signing than you did yesterday? Tom, Jake, and Stacy discuss to start Wednesday. What does Mike Salk think about Seattle's addition of Greg Olsen? He joins the show to weigh in. The hour finishes with a look at how much leverage Joe Burrow might have against the Bengals.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy put Mike Iupati under the microscope in Tuesday's Seahawks Free Agency Spotlight. What does Drew Brees' return to New Orleans mean for the QB market this offseason? They take a look in NFL headlines. BREAKING NEWS: the Seahawks are Greg Olsen are in agreement on a one year deal. What will adding the veteran tight end do to Seattle's offense? The crew discusses. Sum It Up wraps up the day as they continue to break down the Olsen signing.
Why does the national perception of the Seahawks' 2019 draft class differ so much from the local one? Tom, Jake, and Stacy take a look at why that might be. In Four Down Territory, do the Dragons need to make a change at quarterback? The biggest stories of the weekend are retraced in the Halftime Show including the Mariners full squad reporting for Spring Training.
Is the XFL a smashing success after week two or is there more room for improvement? Tom, Jake, and Stacy begin Tuesday examining that question following the Dragons' huge home opener. Mike Salk stops by as the gang takes a look at all the shots opposing MLB players took at the Astros over the weekend. Why didn't players pile on the Astros before the league's investigation? They look at that to close the first hour.
In Friday's Free Agency Profile, Tom and Stacy examine where Josh Gordon would fit in with the Seahawks if he achieves reinstatement from the NFL for the 2020 season. How often do you expect the Astros to be thrown at in 2020 or face other styles of retribution? That question gets answered. Sum It Up caps off Friday.
Would Greg Olsen be a good fit for Seattle's offense? Tom and Stacy are joined by Michael Bumpus to start Friday's second hour as he gives his thoughts on that question and more. In the Halftime Show, the biggest stories of the day are retraced including the Dragons getting set for their XFL home opener this weekend. NL MVP Cody Bellinger made some explosive comments earlier Friday about the Astros, so Tom and Stacy react to that audio to wrap up the hour.
Josh Norman and Paul Richardson are both free agents, so would either of them be a fit with the Seahawks? Tom and Stacy look at Seattle's level of interest, if any, in the two veterans. Mike Salk joins the show as they look at how active the Seahawks should be in free agency as well as if the Astros' apology was sufficient. Mariners Insider Shannon Drayer stops by as well to give an update on Mitch Haniger's status after yet another setback.
In Thursday's free agency profile, Tom, Jake, and Stacy take a look at Al Woods to see if Seattle would take another flyer on the veteran defensive tackle. Just how dumb do the Astros think we all are? The crew plays more of the best (worst) sound from Houston's train wreck of a press conference. Sum It Up closes out Thursday.
Mariners TV and radio analyst Ryan Rowland-Smith joins Tom, Jake, and Stacy as the Astros continue to look dumber and dumber. Also, what does Ryan think of the addition of Taijuan Walker to the Mariners' pitching staff? He lets the gang know. In Four Down Territory, can Chris Carson stay healthy for an entire season? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including a Huskies basketball team that's hoping their misery ends soon. The hour wraps with Tom issuing an apology to his neighbor over a misunderstanding with his dog.
Should the Astros be stripped of the 2017 World Series title after their awful apology on Thursday? Tom, Jake, and Stacy lead off with that question. Mike Salk joins the show to discuss if any further punishment is needed for Seattle's AL West foes. The hour wraps with a look at how this year's QB carousel could wind up.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy's free agency profiles continues on Wednesday with a look at Mychal Kendricks and whether or not Seattle will bring him back in 2020 coming off another season ending injury. Does Michael Bennett have beef with a 710 personality other than Jim Moore? Tom, Jake, and Stacy examine why Brock Huard is all of a sudden in Bennett's sight. Sum It Up wraps up Wednesday.
Mariners phenom Jarred Kelenic joins Tom, Jake, and Stacy to start the second hour. The gang hears from Kelenic as he's set to begin his first ever major league camp this Spring. In Four Down Territory, why do head coaches keep leaving the Pac-12? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including the return of Taijuan Walker to Seattle. MLB rolled out some new roster and gameplay rules on Wednesday, so Tom, Jake, and Stacy take a look at those to finish out the second hour.
Which Seahawks are candidates to be salary cap casualties? Tom, Jake, and Stacy start Wednesday looking at which players could find themselves leaving Seattle if the Seahawks want to get spendy this offseason. Mike Salk joins the show as the Mariners' pitchers and catchers reported today. Later, an idea Salk had about Seattle's offensive line intrigued the gang.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy continue their free agency profiles by taking a look at the Seahawks' tight end room to start the third hour. Which backup QB thinks he should be a franchise-type starter? The gang takes a look at that in NFL Headlines. Sum It Up closes Tuesday.
Do you want Michael Bennett back in Seattle on a short term deal? Tom, Jake, and Stacy take a look at the veteran pass rusher to start the hour and see if he'd still be a fit with the Seahawks. In the Halftime Show the biggest stories of the day are retraced including the Mariners bringing in a veteran presence the day before the team reports for Spring Training. The hour closes with an apology from a former Astros position player about the team's banging scheme.
What's the difference between hope and expectation when it comes to the 2020 Mariners? Tom, Jake, and Stacy put the young team under the looking glass to get Tuesday going. Should MLB expand their postseason? The crew is joined by Mike Salk as they tackle that question.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy begin their free agent profile series looking at a pair of free agent running backs the Seahawks might consider with Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny out for some time. MLB is floating out some off the wall ideas about their postseason, are any of them good enough to stick? The gang takes a look. Sum It Up closes out Monday.
What did you make of the XFL's first weekend? Tom, Jake, and Stacy continue to take your calls to start the second hour. In Four Down Territory, what is Jake's confidence level the Seahawks can reach an agreement with Greg Olsen? The biggest stories of the weekend are retraced in the Halftime Show including the Huskies and Cougs going in very opposite directions. Sticking with college basketball, was Bobby Knight's return to Indiana too little too late?
The XFL had an impressive start to their season, so what will keep you coming back for more? Tom, Jake, and Stacy put the league's launch under the microscope to start Monday. The crew is joined by Mike Salk as he gives his take on the new league and where he could see it going. The hour wraps with your calls on how the XFL's launch went.
What are Michael Bumpus' top priorities for the Seahawks this offseason? He joins Tom, Jake, and Stacy to get things going in the third hour. Some of the biggest headlines in the NFL are explored including what kind of price tag will Pat Mahomes receive under the new CBA. Sum It Up closes out the week.
Have the Seahawks stopped playing their best football in the 2nd half of seasons? Danny O'Neil joins the show to discuss why he thinks so the start hour number two. In Four Down Territory, how realistic is it that Todd Gurley won't return to the Rams in 2020? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including the start of the XFL season. One show on 710 provided some funny sound when discussing Russell Wilson that Jake and Stacy take a listen to at the end of the hour.
Which are the five biggest priorities for the Seahawks this offseason? Tom, Jake, and Stacy give you theirs to start off Friday's show. What about the XFL are you most looking forward to? They answer that in Three Questions. Mike Salk joins them in studio to discuss offseason priorities for the Seahawks as well as the launch of the XFL. The gang looks at all the winners from a star-studded night at the Seattle Sports Star of the Year awards show.
Dragons Insider Host and 710's own Lydia Cruz joins Tom, Jake, and Stacy to start off the third hour as they get you set for Seattle's XFL debut this weekend. What if the Seahawks aren't able to re-sign Jadeveon Clowney? The gang revisits that question from earlier in the show all before they wrap up Thursday with Sum It Up.
Will Russell Wilson's assertiveness be the theme of Seattle's offseason? Tom, Jake, and Stacy take a look at some recent comments the star QB made to start off the second hour. In Four Down Territory, how can Seattle's defense become more aggressive in 2020? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including the possibility Seattle can re-sign Jadeveon Clowney.
What if the Seahawks don't re-sign Jadeveon Clowney this offseason? Tom, Jake, and Stacy explore that possibility to start Thursday. Knowing what we know today, how would you grade the Seahawks' 2019 offseason? Tom wants to know in his Three Questions. Mike Salk stops by to give his answer. The gang takes a listen to some of the best mic'd up audio from Super Bowl 54 to round out the hour.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy take your calls on how the Seahawks can reach the Super Bowl in 2020 to start off the third hour. The crew takes a listen to some of the best sound from the Chiefs' victory parade before Sum It Up ends Wednesday.
What does Patrick Mahomes have that Russell Wilson doesn't? Tom, Jake, and Stacy put the two QBs under the microscope to get answers. In Four Down Territory, what scheme changes are you expecting the Seahawks' defense to make in 2020? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including the Red Sox's decision to move on from Mookie Betts. Why hasn't one of the biggest names involved in the XFL been more present in the league's rollout? That question caps the second hour.
How do the Seahawks get back to the Super Bowl in 2020? That's the question Tom, Jake, and Stacy want answers to and they detail how they're going to find them leading off Wednesday's show. Mike Salk stops by and shares with the gang his answer and also what is different about Pat Mahomes and Russell Wilson. Are the Red Sox taking a page out of the Mariners' playbook with their trade of Mookie Betts?
Who is most to blame for the 49ers' collapse in the Super Bowl? Are Russell Wilson and Pat Mahomes neck and neck as the best QBs in the NFL? ESPN's Bill Barnwell answers those questions with Jake and Stacy to start the third hour. The gang revisits how Seattle can take advantage of a potential San Francisco Super Bowl hangover all before they Sum It Up to finish out Tuesday.
How can the Seahawks continue to improve in the most competitive division in the NFL? Brock Huard joins Jake and Stacy to start the second hour to answer that question. In Four Down Territory, why are the Seahawks interested in a 35 year old Greg Olsen? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including the Mariners officially announcing Marco Gonzales' extension. The hour finishes off with some audio of 49ers fans following the team's Super Bowl loss.
For the second year in a row an NFC west team lost the Super Bowl, so how can the Seahawks take advantage of a possible hangover from the 49ers in 2020? Jake and Stacy start off Tuesday taking a look at how difficult it is to bounce back from a huge loss. Where does tight end rank among Seattle's biggest needs and would Greg Olsen be a fit? Mike Salk joins the show to discuss. Later, what would a football universe look like if John Schneider had actually drafted Pat Mahomes in 2017?
What was this Super Bowl truly about? Was it about Kyle Shanahan's weird playcalling at the end of the game with a double digit lead? Or was it about Patrick Mahomes becoming the best QB in the NFL? Then, breaking news with Marco Gonzales signing a multi-year extension with the Mariners. We bring in our Mariners insider Shannon Drayer to discuss the deal.
What were the biggest plays from last night's Super Bowl? We roll through the highlights before getting into Four Down Territory. How did Kyle Shanahan's play-calling and game management play into the 49ers blowing a late 10 point lead? Then, we recap some Super Bowl commercials, including Tom Brady trolling everybody with his ad.
The Chiefs won Super Bowl 54 last night over the 49ers, was this the coronation for Patrick Mahomes in his quest to become the NFL's best QB? Three Questions: was this horrible for Russell Wilson to watch knowing that he could've done better then Jimmy G? Mike Salk joins the show to talk about how the 49ers could have a huge letdown next season after losing the Super Bowl.
Michael Bumpus drops by the show to discuss whether or not the Seahawks offense would be better off without Brian Schottenheimer, if he believes Russell needs to be able to "cook", and more. Then, we race through some NFL headlines, including whether or not you would root for Tom Brady if he were on a different team next season. We end the show with our final Super Bowl predictions.
It's the final matchup of the NFL season: Super Bowl, Super Bowl, Super Bowl! Who will win between Jake and Tom? Four Downs: who are the x-factors on both offense and defense for both teams prior to Sunday's game? Then, Baker Mayfield said earlier today that he would be more mature this season. Do we believe him? Or is it a sham after the beginning of next season?
Will Andy Reid finally get over the hump and win a Super Bowl this Sunday? Does he need to win one to get into the Hall of Fame? Tom has 3 Questions for Jake and Stacy, including whether or not you could root for Tom Brady if he plays somewhere else next season. Mike Salk joins the show to discuss whether or not the Seahawks should consider moving on from Brian Schottenheimer, which Gregg Rosenthal thinks they should do.
Mike Salk joins the show to talk about Shaquill Griffin's comments on wanting to shadow the best receivers next season. Is he capable of doing it? Then, we race through some NFL headlines, including compliments from Marshall Faulk, Greg Olsen and the Panthers parting ways, and more.
With the 49ers and Chiefs finding themselves in the Super Bowl, can the Seahawks emulate anything that either team does? If they did, would that put them back into the Super Bowl conversation? In the Halftime Show, we recap comments from Shaquill Griffin about wanting to shadow the best wide receivers next season. Also, another country has some crazy rules on basketball. Are they doing it right or wrong?
Is this Super Bowl going to end up being a blowout like Super Bowl 48? Tom has gathered numerous similarities that could predict that the 49ers could blowout the Chiefs on Sunday. Tom has 3 questions for Jake and Stacy, including why they think the XFL will succeed much better then the AAF. Then, Shaquill Griffin wants to shadow the best receivers...is this similar to what Russell had to say the other day?
Tom, Jake and Stacy run through text questions as they have their own version of Super Bowl Media Day! What was their worst job prior to being a radio host? What kind of trouble did they get into during high school? After running through some NFL headlines, a report says the Seattle NHL team could be named the "Kraken". What do you think of the potential team name?
John Clayton joins the show from Miami to preview the Super Bowl. Which team is he leaning towards to win the Super Bowl? Then, we're in Four Down Territory, where we discuss how much turnover we can actually expect on the defensive line, and more. Then, a new trend is going around that's warming the heart of Tom, what is that trend?
Let Russ cook! What does that even mean? Do the Seahawks need to unleash Russell Wilson and let him air it out? Or do they need to stick to their run-first philosophy? Mike Salk joins the show to talk about how the Seahawks don't need to change anything on offense. Then, NFL.com released their projected NFL award winners, which Seahawks made the list?
Danny O'Neil joins the show to share his take on what Russell Wilson had to say about the Seahawks needing to add a couple of guys to their roster. Was Russell correct in saying this publicly. Then, we race through some NFL headlines, including Kareem Hunt getting in trouble once again. We Sum it Up to end the show, including how Jake handles talking to customer service over the phone.
We take your calls on what Russell Wilson had to say on how the Seahawks could add a couple of pieces in order to compete for the Super Bowl. Is he right? Who could the Seahawks realistically add to put them over the top? In The Halftime Show, we take a listen to Richard Sherman saying how the 49ers never gave up on him. Why does Sherm still talk so much about the Seahawks?
Russell Wilson says he thinks the Seahawks need to acquire a couple more guys to truly compete for a Super Bowl. Is he right to say this? Who in particular do the Seahawks need to add to fulfill Russell's request? Mike Salk joins the show to talk about what he thinks of Russell's comments and how the Seahawks can acquire more talent.
Michael Bumpus joins the show to talk about the impact that Kobe Bryant had on his life, his children, and what Kobe's legacy will be in the world of sports. Then, we race through some NFL headlines, including the 49ers and Chiefs both arriving for the Super Bowl, a lackluster Pro Bowl, and more.
With the Mariners currently rebuilding, are you as a fan all-in, completely done, or somewhere in the middle? Four Down Territory: what can the NFL takeaway from last weekend's Pro Bowl to make it more exciting? Then, we reflect more on Kobe Bryant's legacy. Can someone like Russell Wilson reach that level of popularity before he retires from the NFL? Then, should the Seahawks change their draft strategy this year?
Tom, Jake, and Stacy remember Kobe Bryant as he and his daughter Gigi passed away yesterday in a helicopter crash. How big of a cultural icon was he? Was he bigger then sports? Mike Salk joins the show to talk about the Mariners rebuild and how most fans are actually buying into the rebuild now. Jake was at the Pro Bowl last week and we run through the notable things he learned from the week.
Will Michael Bumpus be watching the Pro Bowl this weekend? How does he feel about the situation at safety for the Seahawks going into 2020? He joins Tom and Stacy to start Friday's second hour. Tom and Curtis Rogers meet up for a trivia showdown, but this time it's about the entire 2019 NFL season. The biggest headlines in the NFL on Friday are touched on all before Sum It Up wraps up the week.
In an exclusive conversation, Jake Heaps is joined by Seahawks QB Russell Wilson from the Pro Bowl to start off the second hour. In Four Down Territory, are the Seahawks set at tight end heading into 2020? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including the Huskies blowing another big late lead. What will the Mariners decide to do with Mitch Haniger once he returns in late March? Tom and Stacy discuss in the IRG Injury Report.
Is it fair that so many pin the Mariners' two decade long playoff drought on this current front office? Tom and Stacy examine that to start off Friday. How do you explain the funk the Huskies have found themselves in to start Pac-12 play? Tom wants to know in his Three Questions. Mike Salk stops by to give his thoughts on how the Mariners' reimagining is going. Marco Gonzales' strong comments on the Astros' sign stealing get put under the microscope to close the hour.
What will define success for the Mariners in 2020? Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto gives his answer to Tom and Stacy as he joins them to start the third hour. Tom and Stacy also hear from Dipoto on how Seattle will go about replacing Mitch Haniger's production during the Spring. Some of the biggest headlines in the NFL are discussed all before Sum It Up closes out Thursday.
One of the new faces of the Mariners' rotation, Justin Dunn, joins Tom and Stacy to start off the second hour. What are his expectations for himself and for the team in 2020? He lets you know. In Four Down Territory, Jake Heaps joins from Orlando to help answer some of the biggest questions facing the Seahawks this offseason. In the Halftime Show, the biggest stories of the day are retraced including Mitch Haniger's latest injury setback.
Tom and Stacy are live from T-Mobile Park for the Mariners' Pre-Spring Training Luncheon. They start off Thursday's show reacting to the news of Mitch Haniger's latest setback that will have him out for most of the Cactus League. Seattle catcher Tom Murphy joins the show to talk about his breakout 2019 season and what he thinks about the sign stealing controversy sweeping the baseball world.
If the Seahawks were to make changes on their coaching staff, where would they make them? Tom and Stacy are joined by Paul Gallant who has some strong thoughts on that to open up the third hour. The gang reacts to the news of Eli Manning's retirement announcement all before Sum It Up finishes off Wednesday.
Tom and Stacy are joined by Jake Heaps who is live from the NFL's Pro Bowl in Orlando to start off the second hour. Jake is joined by Shaquill Griffin as he gets the corner's take on his first ever Pro Bowl experience. In the Halftime Show, the biggest stories of the day are retraced including a big time brawl in college basketball. Is Jarran Reed expecting a hefty pay day in free agency? Tom and Stacy take a look at some of his tweets that would suggest so.
Do baseball hall of fame voters owe the public an explanation of their ballots? Tom and Stacy discuss to start off Wednesday following Derek Jeter's near miss of a unanimous election. Mike Salk stops by to gloat about Jeter missing out on a perfect ballot and also discusses if the Seahawks were still right in hindsight to move on from Richard Sherman. Tom and Stacy continue the Sherman conversation to wrap up the hour.
Does this offseason actually feel like 2012 as Pete Carroll says it does? Tom, Jake, and Stacy go to the tape. In Four Down Territory, how can Seattle upgrade their offensive line without breaking the bank? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including the upcoming Baseball Hall of Fame announcement. The hour finishes with some ideas to spice up the NFL Draft as it heads to Las Vegas in 2020.
Could Russell Wilson's career in Seattle not live up to its full potential like Felix Hernandez? Tom, Jake, and Stacy ask that question to start off Tuesday. Mike Salk stops by the show to give his thoughts on that. Should the NFL revamp a rule that's nearly eradicated one of the most exciting plays in football? The crew discusses.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy take a look at the NFC Championship game through the lens of a Seahawks fan to start the third hour. Breaking News: Felix Hernandez has found a new baseball home in Atlanta. How weird will it be to see King Felix wearing anything other than Mariners colors? They discuss. Sum It Up closes out Monday.
Would you take Pat Mahomes over Russell Wilson? Knowing what you know today, would you still make the Frank Clark trade? Tom, Jake, and Stacy give their takes to lead the second hour. In Four Down Territory, what makes San Francisco's offense so unique? The biggest stories of the weekend are retraced during the Halftime Show including the Huskies' tournament hopes taking a serious blow. How did new Cougs head coach Nick Rolovich endear himself to WSU fans in Seattle? The crew has the story to round out the hour.
Was watching the Packers lay an egg against the 49ers frustrating to watch from a Seahawks perspective? Tom, Jake, and Stacy lead with that question on Monday. The gang sits down with Mike Salk to get his thoughts on how Seattle would've fared against the NFC Champion Niners. Has Pat Mahomes become the best player in the NFL and why wasn't he as hyped during this year's regular season? Tom wants to know.
Is 710's Michael Bumpus jealous of the teams still alive in the NFL playoffs? He joins Tom, Jake, and Stacy to start off Friday's third hour. The gang makes their conference championship picks against you and wraps up the week with Sum It Up.
Tom and Jake lock horns in trivia to start the second hour, this week it's Playoffs Playoffs Playoffs! In Four Down Territory, outside of Jadeveon Clowney, which free agency decision will be the toughest for the Seahawks? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including a sturdy weekend of college hoops action in the Northwest. Were some of Mike Leach's former players at WSU taking shots at him during Nick Rolovich's introduction? Tom, Jake, and Stacy have the audio.
What do this year's conference finalists have that the Seahawks don't? Tom, Jake, and Stacy begin Friday putting that question under the microscope. The crew is joined by Mike Salk as they get his answer to that as well as more on the fallout of MLB's sign stealing investigation. Do any of Thursday's allegations that swept across baseball concern you about the future of the game? That topic ends the first hour.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy want to know should the Seahawks move on from Pete Carroll? They take your calls on the matter to open up the third hour. The gang takes more of your calls on what Seattle's coaching staff needs to differently before finishing out Thursday with Sum It Up.
What intangibles were the Seahawks missing in 2019 that they'll need in the future? Tom, Jake, and Stacy start the hour giving their takes. In Four Down Territory, will Luke Kuechly's retirement spur on more NFL players to retire early? In the Halftime Show, the biggest stories of the day are retraced including the third MLB manager to lose his job because of the Astros' sign stealing fiasco. The hour wraps with news on two diva wide receivers, Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy examine the biggest headlines in the NFL heading into conference championship weekend to kick off the third hour. If Seattle didn't step forward in 2019 are they wasting Russell Wilson's prime years as a QB? Sum It Up ends Wednesday.
Why has most of the news surrounding baseball been so overwhelmingly negative this offseason? Tom, Jake, and Stacy wonder if the problems baseball has encountered are easily fixable. In Four Down Territory, what does DK Metcalf need to improve on going into his second season? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including a surprise retirement from a future hall of fame linebacker.
Did the Seahawks take a step forward in 2019 compared to where they were a year ago? Tom, Jake, and Stacy open up that box to start Wednesday. Have the punishments for the Astros and Red Sox managers been sufficient enough so far? Mike Salk joins the gang to answer that question. Tom, Jake, and Stacy circle back to their leadoff question to wrap up the hour.
Brady Henderson of ESPN.com calls in to Tom, Jake, and Stacy to give his takeaways from the ending of Seattle's season and what he thinks should be the top priorities of their offseason. How important is signing the right players in order to build culture? That question gets answered all before Sum It Up wraps up Tuesday.
If he doesn't retire, would you want Marshawn Lynch back in Seattle for another go-around? Tom, Jake, and Stacy discuss. In Four Down Territory, why do the Seahawks traditionally start slow in a game's first half?. The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including a National Championship game Tom had a hard time staying awake for.
Pete Carroll says the 2019 Seahawks season was comparable to 2012. Do Tom, Jake, and Stacy agree? They examine to start off Tuesday. Why is Nick Rolovich a good fit at WSU? Tom wants to know in his Three Questions. Mike Salk joins the show to answer if the Seahawks give him a 2012 vibes or not. The hour caps with the crew breaking down the far reaching fallout of the Astros sign stealing punishments.
Which plays had the biggest outcome on Seattle's loss to Green Bay? Tom, Jake, and Stacy take you through all of them as the third hour gets underway. In Four Down Territory, why did Seattle's game plan to slow down Davante Adams not work? More of your calls on the finish to the Seahawks' season and Sum It Up end the day.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy keep taking your calls on Seattle's divisional round loss to start the second hour. In the Halftime Show, the biggest stories of the weekend are retraced including a stunning win from the Titans and a massive comeback from the Chiefs. Did Houston's punishments fit their crimes? The crew discusses the Astros at the end of the hour.
What decided the Seahawks' season ending loss to the Packers? Tom, Jake, and Stacy bust out the pie chart of blame to start the week. MLB's punishment of the Astros has come down, so what does Mike Salk think of that in addition to the finish to the Seahawks' season? He joins the show. Your calls on Seattle's loss finish out the hour.
It's Friday, so Tom, Jake, and Stacy are joined by Michael Bumpus as he gives his keys to a Seahawks win. Tom and Jake lock horns in Packers Packers Packers midway through the hour. The gang gives their NFL picks for the weekend all before they put a bow on the week with Sum It Up.
Tom, Jake, and Stacy get fired up from your phone calls at the start of hour number two. In Four Down Territory, is John Donovan a good offensive coordinator hire for UW? The biggest stories of the day are retraced in the Halftime Show including the other three games on the NFL's slate this weekend. What are the chances Duane Brown actually plays on Sunday? The crew takes a look at Friday's injury report.
Has 2019 been Pete Carroll's best coaching job? Tom, Jake, and Stacy take a look to open up the third hour. In Four Downs, with Mike Leach on his way to Mississippi State, who are some names to keep in mind for the Cougs' head coaching job? Bobby Wagner steps to the podium for his midweek press conference and the day closes out with Sum It Up.
The second hour of The Huddle starts with a show favorite, Luke Willson! Other guests in the hour include Steve Raible and Packers reporter Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. Russell Wilson also steps to the podium for his weekly press conference.
Tom, Jake, Stacy, and Dave Wyman are live from Seahawks headquarters for a Divisional Round edition of The Huddle. John Boyle of Seahawks.com joins the crew to preview Sunday's huge playoff battle. The hour caps off with Packers head coach Matt LaFleur's conference call and DK Metcalf's press conference.