Historically, players who are featured on the cover of the “Madden NFL” franchise experience significant drops in their offensive production. NFL.com is tracking the performance of Calvin Johnson and the Detroit Lions over the course of the 2012 season because we believe Johnson will debunk the Madden curse. In case you missed it, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman appointed himself “Optimus Prime” in advance of the team’s road trip to Detroit. Megatron is unfazed. Wonder whose side this guy is on? Enough talk. Let’s get to the game. ————————————————————————————————————————————– FIRST QUARTER ————————————————————————————————————————————– The Lions win the toss and their first drive results in a punt. The Seahawks respond with a field goal. Nothing exciting there. On Detroit’s 2nd possession, Matthew Stafford leads the squad […]
Posts Tagged ‘Seattle Seahawks’
Eric Davis examines how San Francisco’s won an NFC slug-fest over the Seattle Seahawks on “Thursday Night Football”.
Posted: Thursday, October 18th, 2012 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: Aldon Smith, Justin Smith, New York Giants, NFL Thursday Night Football, Russell Wilson, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Vic Fangio, Aldon Smith, Golden Tate, Justin Smith, Russell Wilson, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Sidney Rice, Thursday Night Football
The San Francisco 49ers play host to the Seattle Seahawks tonight in a matchup that has huge implications for the NFC West picture.
Eric Davis reaks down Thursday Night Football’s matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers.
Eric Davis and Steve Wyche break down who’s record is an indicator of good things to come and who’s will sink as the season progresses.
Richard Sherman discusses just what set him off after Sunday’s victory over the Patriots.
The term “Monday Nightmare” might take a different connotation after the controversial ending to the “Monday Night Football” game. But let’s deal with the fantasy impact of what happened on Monday night.
Drew Pearson says Terrell Owens could still play in the NFL.
NFL analyst Brian Billick gives his perspective on Seattle choosing Wilson over Flynn.
Terrell Owens finally got the tryout he’s all but been begging for since his stint with the Cincinnati Bengals ended in 2010 and he injured his anterior cruciate ligament during the ensuing offseason.
The Seattle Seahawks confirmed Sunday night that they plan to bring T.O. in for a workout Monday.
The New England Patriots have inquired with the Seattle Seahawks what it would take to get to No. 12 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, sources with direct knowledge of the situation said Thursday.
The Patriots have the No. 27 and No. 31 overall picks in the first round.
As draft historians fondly recall, there are always first-round moments where the fun really starts. What will 2012′s be? NFL.com and NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport writes Pete Carroll‘s Seahawks might be sitting in the catbird seat.
Posted: Sunday, April 15th, 2012 | Gil Brandt Tags: 2012 pro days, Colorado, Eastern Washington, Gil Brandt, Indianapolis Colts, Matt Johnson, Miami Dolphins, New York Giants, Ryan Miller, Seattle Seahawks, Taylor Embree, Toney Clemons
Safety Matt Johnson recovered from a biceps injury in time to impress at Eastern Washington’s pro day, and WR Toney Clemons stood out at Colorado’s pro day.
Posted: Sunday, April 15th, 2012 | Gil Brandt Tags: 2012 pro days, Alex Hoffman-Ellis, Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys, David Gonzales, Detroit Lions, Gil Brandt, Idaho, Korey Toomer, Miami Dolphins, New York Giants, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington State
David Gonzales and Alex Hoffman-Ellis did well at Washington State’s pro day, while Korey Toomer drew a crowd at Idaho.
Posted: Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Atlanta Falcons, Dancing With The Stars, Don't be Tardy for the Wedding, Donald Driver, Green Bay Packers, Jimmy Fallon, John Moffitt, Kroy Biermann, Real Housewives of Atlanta, Seattle Seahawks, Tebowie, Tim Tebow
Coming soon to a 40-inch LED screen near you, some of your favorite NFL players, extending their brands to the silver screen. Not all of it is pretty, some of it is downright awkward, but most of it is entertaining and worth a look.