Danny O'neil joins Bob, Michael, and Jim from Peoria to talk about what he and Paul have seen since they arrived at the beginning of the week. Bob's friend and comedian Adam Ray joins the show in studio for the final two segments of the 5:00 hour, before we find out What We Learned.
The guys talk to Danny Kelly, analyst for the Ringer who covers the NFL and the Seahawks about the new CBA, and what to expect for the Seahawks this off-season. Then, Bob, Groz, and Jim further discuss the new CBA. Are top tier players being selfish by voting no? Then, we find out What We Learned!
The Professor, John Clayton, joins the show for his Cold Hard Facts and to give his opinion on what he thinks might happen with the proposed CBA. Scott Servais is extremely excited about how good his young players are turning out to be early in Spring Training. Sweeping The Dial: The Browns want Baker Mayfield to get in better shape, and Alex Bregman got hit, and then booed in a spring training game today.
Bob, Groz, and Jim Moore sit down to discuss what the Seahawks need to take care of in Free Agency. Pete Carroll sat down with the Professor this morning, so the guys take a listen to what he had to say about the plans for this off-season. Take Two: Nesby Glasgow, former Husky and Seahawk defensive back died at the age of 62. The NFLPA sent the proposed CBA to their membership for a vote. LJ Collier doesn't like how much the media talks about him.
Bob, Dave, and Jim have their weekly chat with El Hombre Michael Bradley on the NFL CBA negations, they revisit yesterday’s chat with Joel Corry’s thoughts on the Seahawks keeping Clowney, and they find out what we learned today.
Bob, Dave, and Jim get the latest on the NFL combine from The Professor John Clayton live from Indianapolis, they hear more from John Schneider and Pete Carroll at the Combine, and they go Sweeping the Dial on the biggest sports stories of the day.
Bob, Dave, and Jim hear from John Schneider and Pete Carroll spoke from the combine today, they test their knowledge in “Combine Term Trivia,” and they discuss the start of Mariners Spring Training with Mariners Broadcaster Ryan Rowland-Smith.
Bob, Dave, and Jim discuss the latest on the NFL CBA negotiations with CBS Sports Salary Cap expert Joel Corry, they discuss the first games of Mariners Spring Training, and they find out what we learned today!
Bob, Dave and Jim get the Cold Hard Facts on all the NFL Off Season news from Seahawks Broadcaster Paul Moyer, they talk to Geoff Schwartz of ESPN Radio on his Twitter beef with Germain Ifedi, and they go Sweeping the Dial on the biggest stories of the day.
Extended storytime with Wyman and Groz, as Groz shares his biggest sports regret, 40 years ago today, and Wyman shares his experience at the combine. The guys discuss what changes the Seahawks are going to need to make along the offensive line to find success this year. Then, we read your mean tweets before finding out What We Learned.
The Professor, John Clayton, joins the show for his Cold Hard Facts! The guys ask him all sorts of questions about the CBA, and what the players hope to get out of this negotiation. Ryan Divish joins the show to give us an update from Spring Training. Sweeping The Dial: Marshawn Lynch to appear in Season 3 of Westworld on HBO, and Tua Tagavailoa says if he could choose which team to play for, it would be the Cowboys.
Bob, Dave Wyman, and Dave Grozby sit down to discuss the proposed CBA, and how the players are responding to it. Take Two: The Huskies lose their ninth straight game last night, and the Dragons face off against their first divisional opponent, the Dallas Renegade, tomorrow at 2:00. Bruce Irvin is an unrestricted Free Agent. Should the Seahawks pursue him? Jeremy Clark stood out to both Wyman and Bumpus from last week's Dragons game, and Wyman shares why.
Bob, Dave, and Michael are joined by Bob Condotta to talk about the pending Seahawks free agency. Dave has some interesting statistics about the importance of draft picks to this team and every team. He shares those before we find out What We Learned.
The Professor, John Clayton, joins the show to talk about the new proposed CBA, and potentially restructured playoff picture. Everson Griffen might become available. Should the Seahawks sign him? Sweeping The Dial: Browns OL Greg Robinson was caught with 157 pounds of marijuana, and Russell Wilson's mental coach says that he shouldn't listen to country music.
Bob, and Dave are joined by Michael Bumpus to discuss the owners vote on the new proposed CBA in the NFL. What changes could this make, and will it result in a 17 game season, or re-structured playoff picture? Take Two: WSU lost to Cal last night, and Ichiro will be throwing out the first pitch at the Mariners home opener at the end of March. Mariners Insider, Shannon Drayer, joins the show to share some updates on Mitch Haniger's injury situation. Should Emmitt Smith have commented on Dak Prescott's contract negotiation?
Seattle Dragons receiver Keenan Reynolds joins the show to talk about playing with Brandon Silvers, the accessibility for networks on the sidelines, and more.
The Detroit Lions may be shopping defensive back Darius Slay, should the Seahawks sacrifice draft capital to acquire him?
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred held a press conference to apologize for his previous press conference. How has he handled this Astros cheating scandal so poorly?
John Clayton joins the show to discuss how the Seahawks shouldn't pay $24 million annually for Jadeveon Clowney, the Mason Rudolph controversy, and more.
Dave thinks somebody on the Seahawks D-Line will become the #2 pass rusher next season, who is it?
Sweeping the Dial: Joe Burrow says he has leverage on where he will be drafted - Kevin Garnett describes how Gary Payton always controlled the whole game - Jason Witten still wants to play in the NFL
Greg Olsen says he wanted to play with Russell Wilson...is he the best QB in the NFC now?
Does Russell give the Seahawks some pull in free agency?
Take 2: Tom Pelissero reported today that Seahawks expect Will Dissly to be available week one - The Cougs host Cal tonight at 7 pm
Michael Robinson thinks Marshawn Lynch could be back with the Seahawks next year, should they bring him back?
Listener phone calls: Would you want the Seahawks to bring Marshawn Lynch back?
Michael Bradley, AKA El Hombre, joins the show for his weekly visit! What does he think about the recent player comments from around the MLB about the Astros cheating? Lions DB Darius Slay is involved in trade rumors, should the Seahawks bring him in to bolster their secondary? After going through multiple opposing players sounding off on the Astros, we find out What We Learned.
John Clayton joins the show to talk about Greg Olsen signing with the Seahawks, Drew Brees returning to the Saints, and more. Former Seahawk Eugene Robinson joins the show to talk about what the Seahawks are getting in Greg Olsen, and how effective he could be in the 2020 season. The hour ends with Sweeping the Dial, including an XFL QB calling out his coach's gameplan.
Breaking news: free agent tight end Greg Olsen has agreed to a 1 year, $7 million contract with the Seahawks. Is this a good move? Should the Seahawks be spending their money elsewhere? Then, is this Greg Olsen signing an indication that the Seahawks will continue to spend big in free agency? Also, the NBA All-Star game's new format received great reviews, could the Pro Bowl fix it's game as well?
Should They Stay or Should They Go? The guys get to number 2 on their list of Seahawks that could have played their last game in a Seahawks uniform. Then, Curt Menefee joins the show, as he is broadcasting from Century Link tomorrow for the XFL Dragons home opener. Then, we read your mean tweets before finding out What We've Learned!
The Professor, John Clayton, joins the guys for his Cold Hard Facts! The Dragons have their home opener tomorrow, and they also chat with John about some of the recent coaches who have been hired in the NFL. Storytime with Dave: Dave tells a special story about Trent Kirchner. Sweeping The Dial: Nate Burleson predicts 1200 yards and 14 tds for DK Metcalf next year, and Kendrick Perkins doesn't like Kyrie Irving.
Bob, Dave, and Jim sit down to discuss what the Seahawks need to do moving into this offseason. Brock and Salk had some ideas on their podcast, and Bob, Dave, and Jim had some thoughts about them. Take Two: Rough night for Washington basketball as both UW and WSU fell to the California schools last night, and Mitch Haniger underwent surgery yesterday. Players are starting to speak out about the Astros scandal, and a number of them aren't holding back. We listen to some of their sound. A bill has been proposed that could change the future of Sports betting in Washington State.
David Schoenfeld from ESPN.com joins the show to talk about the Astros scandal, and get his take on the 2020 Mariners team, and what we should be looking for throughout the season. Should He Stay or Should He Go? Dave takes a look at Mychal Kendricks before the Seahawks head into the offseason, and whether or not he is likely to be added back to the team. Then, we find out What We Learned.
The Professor, John Clayton joins the show to give a little input on the Astros sign-stealing scandal, and talk about the early offseason of the NFL and what we might expect to see moving forward. Then, the guys talk about the Seahawks wide receivers. Are we happy with what we have, or are there still upgrades that need to happen? Sweeping The Dial: A court ruled that being a Browns/Bengals fan in Ohio is not a viable reason to receive medical marijuana.Tyler Lockett's catch in the back of the end zone against the Rams won Nate Burleson's "Toe Drag Swag" award on the NFL network.
Bob, Dave, and Jim listen to some of the sound earlier from the Astros "apology" for their sign stealing scandal. None of them are buying it. Take Two: UW takes on USC tonight, and Greg Olsen visited the Seahawks yesterday. How much impact can it have to lose a guy who is great in the locker room? The Astros scandal brought Pete Rose to the forefront of everyone's mind recently. Should he be allowed into the HoF?
Ray Roberts of Seahawks pregame/postgame joins the show to talk about Germain Ifedi's pending free agency, whether or not George Fant can play left tackle in the NFL, and more. Then, we continue our list of Seahawks free agents with #4: Jarran Reed. Do you bring him back for top dollar? After Jim shares his displeasure with Mel Tucker leaving Colorado for Michigan State after saying he was going to stay, we find out What We Learned.
The Professor joins the show to talk about Jameis Winston trying to improve his eyesight, which XFL rule would the NFL adopt, and more. Mariners pitcher Justin Dunn joins the show to talk about his first time in the MLB last season, what he learned from that experience, and what his expectations are this season. Then, we Sweep the Dial, including a shoutout to Dave.
It's Sack-Stravaganza Part 4! What numbers does Dave have this time around that proves the Seahawks need more pass rush on their defense more than anything? Then, this past season, the Seahawks got contributions from guys like Rasheem Green and Rashaad Penny when we least expected it. Who can we expect to contribute like that this upcoming season? The Mariners are bringing back Taijuan Walker, what are some realistic expectations for him?
Michael Bradley, AKA El Hombre, joins the show for his weekly visit! What did he think of the XFL this past weekend? Will he be able to hang up his phone properly this week? Then, the guys continue their Seahawks free agent list with Germain Ifedi. Would you resign him for big money, or look elsewhere for a right tackle? Then, we find out What We Learned.
The Professor joins the show to talk about Taysom Hill possibly leaving the Saints, where Derek Carr could end up next season, and more. Also, should the Seahawks be in the market for a running back, given injury concerns with both Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny? The hour ends with Sweeping the Dial, including Trevor Bauer's thoughts on the MLB's playoff format proposal.
With the NFL free agency and the Draft on the horizon, are the Seahawks in a better position then they were last offseason? If not, how can they get themselves into a better position in order to improve themselves? Then, Dave was really impressed with the coaching in the XFL this past weekend, and he covers that in Football 101. Is there anything that NFL coaches may copy this upcoming season?
Bob, Dave, and Jim talk to Seattle Dragons Quarterback Brandon Silvers on his first game in a new league, they take your calls on the inaugural game of the 2020 XFL Season, and they wrap up the show by finding out what we learned today.
Bob, Dave, and Jim discuss the start of the XFL and all the other football news of the week with the Professor John Clayton, they bring you the latest in the Astros sign stealing scandal, and they go sweeping the dial on the biggest stories of the day.
Bob, Dave, and Jim discuss the start of the Seattle Dragons XFL Season, they ask what the Seahawks need to add to their pass rush, and they look at WSU’s win over the Huskies in the Basketball Apple Cup.
Danny O'neil joins his old show for a few minutes to chat with the guys, like the old misfit radio days. Then, Bob, Dave, and Jim dive deep into AJ Hinch's comments on the Astros cheating scandal. Seahawks Free Agency List - Mike Iupati. Then, we read your mean texts throughout the week before finding out What We Learned
The Professor, John Clayton joins the show to discuss what he expects to see in tomorrow's XFL debut. Storytime With Dave: Dave tells us about the first and only time he scored a touchdown. Sweeping The Dial: Charles Barkley sounds off on the 76ers saying they're soft, and today is the 33rd anniversary of Michael Jordan dunking from the free throw line.
Bob, Dave, and Jim Moore sit down to discuss the Seahawks Wide Receivers. Bob Condotta wrote an article saying they are still searching for a solid number 3 receiver. Could it be Will Dissly? Take Two: The Inaugural XFL season begins tomorow, and the Dragons are taking on the DC Defenders at 11:00 AM PT on ESPN. UW and WSU will take each other on in the basketball version of the Apple Cup on Sunday. What do we need to see in order to believe in the XFL this time around? Are we comfortable if the Seahawks bring back the same running backs as last season?
We found someone who is sticking up for Schotty, we listen to some sound from Warren Sharp on Joe Fann's podcast discussing what he sees in the Seahawks offense. Seahawks Free Agency List: Number 8 - Neiko Thorpe. Then, Bob has some thoughts about how this UW basketball team can help us prepare for Mariners season. Then, we find out What We Learned.
The Professor, John Clayton, joins the show to talk about what to expect in this year's Hall of Fame induction in Canton. Then, Jim has an all time dream come true when CJ Elleby, star player on the WSU basketball team joins the show. Sweeping The Dial: Damien Williams wants his jersey back from Rahim Mostert, and Hank Aaron said the punishment for the Astros does not fit the crime.
Bob Stelton, Dave Wyman, and Jim Moore sit down to give you the latest in Seahawks and Seattle sports. Is Jadeveon Clowney worth Khalil Mack money? Take Two: Jimmy Lake spoke about the UW QB situation leading into this year, and Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto announced that there is no timetable for Mitch Haniger to return. What will happen with the Seahawks safeties in the offseason? Then, the guys dive into the XFL, and what to expect this coming weekend in the opener of the season.
NFL Hall of Famer and Seahawks great Walter Jones joins the show to talk about his friendship with Cortez Kennedy, the Seahawks current O-Line situation, and more. Then, we continue our countdown of the most important Seahawks free agents with defensive tackle Al Woods. Are you comfortable with replacing him with the Seahawks' good track record of finding good veteran defensive tackles? Then, we find out What We Learned.
John Clayton joins the show to talk about free agent possibilities for the Seahawks, how the NFC West will shakeout next season, and more. Then, do the Seahawks need a change at defensive coordinator? Who could they even go after if they decide to part ways with Ken Norton Jr.? The hour ends with Sweeping the Dial, including Travis Kelce just living his best life.
Bob, Dave and Jim discuss the comments from Cliff Avril saying that the Seahawks struggle to get sacks because they're always playing from behind. Is this true? Or do the Seahawks just lack the talent on the D-Line to generate consistent pressure? Then, how can the Seahawks close the gap on the 49ers? Is there even that much of a gap between them?
A Tuesday tradition resumes as Michael Bradley, AKA El Hombre, joins the show to talk all things Super Bowl and Andy Reid finally getting his ring. Then, our new countdown of the most important Seahawks free agents begins. Today's player: Luke Willson. Is he vital to bring back? Then, we find out What We Learned.
John Clayton has returned from Miami to talk about Greg Olsen visiting the Seahawks, Vic Beasley becoming a free agent, and more. Then, we sit down with Marco Gonzales to talk about his new extension and pitchers and catchers reporting soon to Peoria. Then, the guys Sweep the Dial, including Boy Howdy having a bone to pick with UW Football.
Are the Kansas City Chiefs the new dynasty in the NFL? Or are we too quick to anoint certain teams? Mike Golic Jr. says the Seahawks are actively subverting Russell Wilson, is this true? Then, Dave breaks down what the Chiefs did on defense in the Super Bowl, and analyzes whether or not the Seahawks could take a little bit from what they did next season. Also, Greg Olsen is set to visit the Seahawks, would he be a good pickup?
Bob, Dave and Jim hear from the vocally upset 49ers fan base following their Super Bowl loss, they examine the impact of former Seahawk Frank Clark on the game, and they look at the halftime show and best commercials from the big game.
Bob, Dave and Jim get the post-Super Bowl Cold Hard Facts from Seahawks Broadcaster Paul Moyer, they hear from Russell Wilson on what he saw as the Seahawks first half issues, and they go Sweeping the Dial on the most interesting sport stories of the day.
Bob, Dave and Jim go in depth on the first Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl win in 50 years, they ask what effects the loss will have on the 49ers and what it means for the Seahawks position in the NFC West.
Sackstravaganza 3? 2? We've lost count, but Dave talks about sacks and how they impact the game! The Smokin' Lock makes a triumphant return, and in classic Smokin' Lock fashion, Jim picks three Smokin' Locks that most certainly cannot all happen in the same game. You don't want to miss this rendition of one of our old segments. NFL Players read mean tweets on Jimmy Kimmel's show, then we find out What We Learned.
The Professor, John Clayton, joins the show from Radio Row to discuss his final thoughts before the Super Bowl in Miami. Storytime with Wyman: Dave tells us a story about a Super Bowl party he went to where he couldn't see the game. Sweeping The Dial: Deion Sanders thinks not handing the ball to Marshawn was the worst play call in Super Bowl history, and a man paid nearly $6 million for a super bowl ad thanking a research center for saving his dog.
Greg Rosenthal went on Danny and Gallant to talk about what each team needs to do to dethrone the 49ers. Jake Heaps had some thoughts on it that Jim wanted to call out, and Jake decided to call in to respond! You don't want to miss this back and forth. Who are the best NFL players to never win a Super Bowl?
Bob, Dave, and Jim take your calls. What was your favorite or most memorable Super Bowl besides the Seahawks win over the Broncos. Jim did some "research" about Ken Norton Jr. Has he been a good defensive coordinator in the NFL? Then, we find out What We Learned.
The Professor, John Clayton joins the show from Radio Row in Miami. The guys ask him about the latest Super Bowl news, and get an update on John's Super Bowl Travel Saga. Joe Fann from NBC Sports Northwest joins the show to talk about his recent interview with the Griffin Brothers. Sweeping The Dial: Joe Thomas asks Russell Wilson if he got cooler before Ciara, or if she made him cool, and Gardner Minshew says he shouldn't have said that he was the best rookie QB.
What are some of your favorite Super Bowls and why? With the big game right around the corner, Bob, Dave, and Jim discuss some of their most memorable Super Bowl moments since they have started watching football. Take Two: The Huskies are taking on Arizona tonight, and last night WSU took on Arizona State, and CJ Elleby had a game winning buzzer-beater. XFL Dragons Team President Ryan Gustafson joined Danny and Gallant this morning to announce a partnership with 710 ESPN. Shaquill Griffin wants to shadow the other teams receiver. What do the guys think about that? Question Man: Bob's got questions, maybe Jim and Dave have answers? Tune in to find out.
Bob, Dave, and Jim listen in to some sound from Mark Schlereth on the Clayton show today. He touched on the defense issues that the Seahawks have, and what they might need to do next year in order to fix it. The Kraken is the rumored name for the NHL Seattle team, and the guys discuss their thoughts on all the names that have been thrown out so far. Then, we find out What We Learned.
The Professor, John Clayton, joins the show from Radio Row to talk about the upcoming Super Bowl between the Chiefs and the 49ers. Is it okay to root for a division rival on the biggest stage? Is it beneficial? UW Men's basketball coach, Mike Hopkins joins the show to talk about the Huskies skid and what to expect from this team moving forward. Sweeping The Dial: Lawrence Taylor picks the Chiefs and feels guilty about it, and Gronk thinks Brady should test the open market.
Bob, Dave, and Jim Moore sit down to discuss whether you would rather have Patrick Mahomes or Russell Wilson for the future of your franchise. How much does experience matter? Take Two: The Huskies take on Arizona tomorrow night, and ESPN's Jeff Passan reports that Dusty Baker has agreed to a two-year deal to become the manager of the Houston Astros. There is possible news of an official name for the Seattle NHL team. Then, former Seattle Supersonics head coach George Karl joins the show to talk about his experience with basketball in Seattle.
El Hombre, Michael Bradley, joins the show to talk about Kobe Bryant and find out what he thinks about the Super Bowl Media Frenzy. Russell Wilson has some thoughts about what the Seahawks should do this offseason. Then, we find out What We Learned!
The Professor, John Clayton joins the guys from Radio Row at the Super Bowl to talk about some of the things he has noticed early in the week. Is a 17-game NFL season going to become a reality? Bob, Dave, and Jim discuss all aspects of the 17 game season. Sweeping The Dial: George Kittle says Jimmy G won't answer his texts, and Earl Thomas' daughter interviewed players at the Pro Bowl and said her dad was old.
Bob, Dave, and Jim Moore discuss Super Bowl Media day, particularly the performances by Frank Clark and Richard Sherman. Dave talks in the third person, and Bob really hates it. Take Two: The NBA has postponed tonight's game between the Lakers and the Clippers following Kobe Bryant's death, and UW Freshman Jaden McDaniels was benched on Saturday. Mike Vorel of the Seattle Times talks to us about K.J. Costello, Stanford transfer that is visiting UW. Then, Jim has some prop bets for everyone.
Bob, Dave and Jim take your calls on the memories and legacy of Kobe Bryant, they ask if the Seahawks should move up instead of down in the NFL Draft this year, and they wrap up the show by finding out What We Learned Today.
Bob, Dave and Jim react to the tragic loss of Kobe Bryant and his daughter by sharing some of their favorite Kobe memories on and off the court, and they discuss Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson at yesterday’s Pro Bowl.
Dave shares his research, as he gives us the third, and final episode of Sackstravaganza - analyzing how much impact the Seahawks sacks had on their success. Oliver Luck joined Danny and Gallant this morning to talk about some of the exciting new rules for the upcoming XFL season. Then, the guys read your MEAN TEXTS. Lastly, we find out What We Learned.
The Professor, John Clayton, joins the show to talk about the Pro Bowl, and the lackluster entertainment value of the NFL All-Star game. Storytime with Dave: Wyman tells us a fun story about some mischief he caused in high school that was foiled by an innocent cheerleader. Sweeping The Dial: Eli Manning officially announced his retirement today, and Russell Wilson led all passers in the "Precision Passing" portion of the Skills Challenge.
Bob, Dave, and Jim sit down to discuss whether or not you can win a super bowl with a top paid quarterback. Take Two: UW basketball blew another double digit lead, falling to Utah 67-66, and WSU lost to Colorado. Antonio Brown was released today after paying $110k bond after turning himself into police yesterday. Percy Allen who covers the UW for the Seattle Times joins the show to talk about the struggles that the Husky Men's basketball team has endured. Then, Dave gives some numbers on Russell Wilson that might surprise you.
Bob, Dave, and Jim are joined by Marco Gonzales to talk about the Astros cheating scandal, and what to look forward to with his Mariners season. Shaquill Griffin says he improved so much in 2019 because he held himself accountable for his performance in 2018. Are you comfortable with him as your top cornerback?
The Professor, John Clayton, joins the show to talk about the newest allegations against Antonio Brown, and what we can expect the Seahawks to do with their many pending free agents. Have the Seahawks squandered Russell Wilson's prime? Jake Heaps seems to think so...Sweeping The Dial: Zion Williamson scored 17 straight points in the fourth quarter in his debut last night, and Kyle Shanahan predicted the future, and got the call.
Bob, Dave, and Jim open their discussion talking about Runningbacks and whether or not they would pay Chris Carson moving forward. Take Two: Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto announced that Haniger will need core surgery, and the Huskies take on Utah tonight, while the Cougs play against Colorado. NBC Sports Northwest's Joe Fann joins the show to chat with the guys about the Seahawks prospects moving forward. Baseball America has 5 Mariners prospects in their brand new Top 100 Prospects List.
We take your calls on one big Seahawks question: what does the team need to do with both Jarran Reed and Jadeveon Clowney? Do they need to pay both of them, one of them, or neither? After discussing the Kansas v. Kansas State brawl from last night, we find out What We Learned, including the latest on Dave's handyman projects at home.
John Clayton drops by the show to talk about Eli Manning planning on announcing his retirement on Friday, whether or not he is a Hall of Famer, and more. Jim wrote a piece on 710sports.com on whether or not he would bring Jarran Reed back to the Seahawks. Should they pay up for Reed, or use their resources elsewhere? Then, the guys Sweep the Dial, including more from the Houston Astros on the their cheating scandal.
As we see 2 dominant tight ends in this year's Super Bowl, was the Will Dissly injury the most detrimental for the Seahawks? Can he have the same impact as guys like Travis Kelce and George Kittle? New WSU Football coach Nick Rolovich joined Danny and Gallant this morning, and Jim can't hide his excitement. Then, Russell Wilson will participate in the Pro Bowl Skills Challenge, is the Pro Bowl the best All-Star event in sports?
Bob, Dave, and Jim have their weekly chat with the one and only El Hombre Michael Bradley, they ask if the Seahawks need to work on their secondary during the off season, and they get the latest on the Mariners from Shannon Drayer.
Bob, Dave, and Jim gear up for Super-Bowl LIV and the Seahawks off season with The Professor John Clayton, and they ask how important sacks really are and what the Seahawks need to do for their defense in the off season.
Brady Henderson of ESPN.com joins the show to talk about how the Seahawks can do what the 49ers do on offense, their offseason outlook, and more. Then, a recent Sports Illustrated article laid out who the Seahawks could go after in free agency, but which players are actually realistic for Seattle? Then, we find out What We Learned, including why Dave doesn't believe in Jared Goff.
John Clayton drops by the show to recap a lackluster Championship Weekend, the 49ers run-first mentality and how Seattle can copy that, and more. With all the former Seahawks we see having success in the playoffs, are there any that the Seahawks regret letting go of recently? The hour concludes with Sweeping the Dial, including an emotional interview from Frank Clark.
Michael Bumpus fills in for Jim as the guys recap Championship Weekend in the NFL. Was it tough to watch the Packers getting dominated knowing that the Seahawks could've given the 49ers a better game? Dave has a bone to pick with the 49ers "modern offense". What makes them different from what the Seahawks want to do on offense?
Bob, Dave, and the Groz take your calls to talk about what Pete Carroll needs to do with this Seahawks team. Then, we get a double-dose of Storytime with Dave, featuring Wyman during one segment, and Groz during the other. Lastly, we find out what we learned.
The Professor, John Clayton joins Bob, Dave, and the Groz to talk about Kyler Murray thinking he could play baseball, and the upcoming championship games. Brandon Gustafson wrote a rookie review for 710sports.com and the guys give their thoughts, and Dave gives his own rookie reviews. Sweeping The Dial: Mike Clevinger didn't hold back in talking about the Astros, and WSU football players are excited to have a player's coach like Nick Rolovich.
Bob, Dave Wyman, and the Groz sit down in studio today to discuss what they admire about the teams still left playing this weekend that they wish the Seahawks had? How can the team be improved most? Tak Two: WSU upset Oregon last night 72-61, and UW took care of Oregon State despite an injury to Jaden McDaniels. Alden Gonzalez has been covering the Houston Astros scandal, so the guys get all the details from him regarding the M's division rival.
Geoff Schwartz joins the show to talk about his new podcast, and what he has seen out of Pete Carroll. Then, the guys get you ready for Cougar Basketball as they get ready to take on number 8 ranked Oregon.
The Professor, John Clayton joins the show to talk about the upcoming playoff match-ups between the Titans and the Chiefs, and the Packers and the Niners. Then, the guys take a look at the Free Agents on the Seahawks this offseason, and how they might handle it. Sweeping The Dial: an arrest warrant was issued for Odell Beckham Jr. for simple assault after the LSU national championship game. Steve Gleason received the Congressional Medal of Honor, and Mike Vrabel talked about getting trucked by a referee during the game against the Ravens.
Bob, Dave, and Jim discuss whether or not Russell Wilson is at his best right now. How much credit does he deserve for DK's emergence? Take Two: The Huskies will try to snap a 2 game losing streak as they hose Oregon State tonight, and WSU hosts Oregon. Nick Rolovich was officially announced as Mike Leach's replacement. MLB Sign Stealing Scandal: More information was revealed about the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scandal over the last few years. Are they the only team doing this? Who are you rooting for this weekend, GB or SF?
Danny Kelly from The Ringer joins the show to talk about how he thinks the Seahawks can modernize their offense while still being a run-first team, why Russell Wilson is the best QB in the NFL, what the team needs to do in the offseason, and more. Then, the guys discuss which Seahawks free agents they'd bring back for the 2020 season. We then find out What We Learned.
The Professor joins the show to talk about Luke Keuchly's surprise retirement, HOF voting, and more. Are the Seahawks holding Russell Wilson back with their approach on offense? Or can you still be a run-first team in today's NFL? The hour concludes with Sweeping the Dial, including a call for help from Stephen A. Smith.
Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly announced his retirement yesterday at the age of 28. Are we going to be seeing a lot more younger players retire from the NFL in the near future, like Kuechly and Andrew Luck? How would you grade the 2019 draft class for the Seahawks? Has John Schenider re-gained his mojo in the draft? Then, the guys tackle the Astros and Red Sox cheating scandal.
It's the first extended segment of El Hombre as he joins the show! What are his thoughts on the latest cheating scandal in the MLB? Who does he think will come out with wins in Championship Weekend of the NFL? Then, why do the Seahawks keep getting of to slow starts? How can they fix it? The show concludes with What We Learned.
John Clayton drops by the show to talk about where the Seahawks need to improve the most this offseason, previews the Championship Weekend in the NFL, and more. The guys continue the discussion on where the Seahawks need to improve, including pass protection for Russell Wilson. The hour concludes with Sweeping the Dial, including how LSU coach Ed Orgeron plans on celebrating winning the National Championship.
Pete Carroll said there would be some defensive adjustments for next season, so what do those need to be? Is a possible lack of talent the issue? Then, it's a Seahawks season finale version of Question Man! Should the Seahawks have gone for it on 4th and 11? Then, the National Championship had some controversial penalty calls that resulted in one ejection, and Dave has a bone to pick with the refs and the NCAA.
Bob, Dave and Jim put Seahawks Tackle Duane Brown into the Player Spotlight to discuss the end of the season and his incredible bounce back following knee surgery, they discuss the Seahawks loss to the Packers with Paul Moyer of the Seahawks Broadcast, and they find out what we learned over the Seahawks 2019 Season.
Bob, Jim, and Michael Bumpus take your calls. Seahawks win if...
Then, they take a listen to some sound from Pete Carroll, talking about the opportunity to win on the road in Lambeau. The guys give their predictions for this weekend before finding out What We've learned.
The Professor, John Clayton joins the show to talk about all of the upcoming playoff match-ups for this weekend. Then, Mina Kimes, senior writer for ESPN and big-time Seahawks Fan talks about the national perspective on Russell Wilson vs. Aaron Rodgers. Sweeping The Dial: Texans coach Bill O'Brien is under fire after video surfaced of a less than friendly interaction with a fan in Denver. Russell Westbrook got what Jim calls a "heroes welcome" in his return to OKC.
Bob, Michael Bumpus, and Jim Moore sit down and start by discussing whether or not the weather is going to be a factor on Sunday in Lambeau. Take Two: UW has hired John Donovan as their new OC, and UW Men's basketball fell to Stanford last night. How will the Seahawks handle Rodgers and the hard count? Mike Leach is heading to Mississippi State.
Cody Barton joins the guys for the Seahawks Player's Spotlight. Then, they discuss Pete's thoughts on the pass rush from last week's game against the Eagles. Then, the guys revisit some of the most important plays in the history of the Seahawks vs. Packers match-ups, before we find out What We've Learned.
Bob Condotta joins the show in place of the Professor to chat with Dave, Bob, and Jim about the upcoming match-up between the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks. Yogi Roth joins the show to talk about the Pac-12, who the WSU Cougars might hire as their next coach, and to share his thoughts on Paul Finebaum. Sweeping The Dial: Marshawn and Travis Homer have a hilarious back and forth on the bench that was picked up by microphones, and Drew Brees went undercover as the co-owner of a restaurant, and changed one of his employee's lives.