Seattle Seahawks

Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 10

by Debbie Baratz • November 5, 2013

It’s Week 10 in the NFL with some teams starting to looking ahead to the postseason while others are already thinking about 2014. Last week brought historic play, injuries and some disappointments. Teams are still enjoying their bye weeks but fantasy football goes on and it’s time to look at the waiver wire for Week […]

Is Percy Harvin Ready to Elevate Seattle’s Passing Attack with Rice Out?

by Debbie Baratz • October 31, 2013

On Tuesday, the Seattle Seahawks announced that after suffering a torn ACL during Monday night’s game, wide receiver Sidney Rice will now be out for the rest of the season. This comes after Rice, third among the receivers, had 15 receptions for 231 yards and three touchdowns for the season. At 7-1, the Seahawks have […]

Do the Seahawks Have the NFL’s Best Secondary?

by Debbie Baratz • August 19, 2013

While a lot has been said about the Seattle Seahawks dynamic quarterback Russell Wilson and his offensive weapons, also a hot topic of conversation for this team is its secondary. Last season, the team’s defense was impressive. It finished fourth for average yards allowed–the highest that a Seahawks defense has ever been ranked. Then there’s the […]

Will the 49ers Fall Victim to the Super Bowl Curse?

by Debbie Baratz • July 30, 2013

For the 2012 San Francisco 49ers, they came so close to defeating the Baltimore Ravens in the 2013 Super Bowl but yet they fell short. Expectations are high for this team in the new season to again make a Super Bowl run but will they be able to break the “Super Bowl Curse?” You know, […]

Ranking Top Ten Fantasy Football Defenses of 2013

by Debbie Baratz • July 10, 2013

Picking a defense for a fantasy NFL team often ends up as an afterthought after quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs take center stage. Defenses can be unreliable on a weekly basis as they can vacillate depending on the opposing offense. Many of this year’s top 10 defenses will look familiar but some teams have […]

Most Likely NFL Players to Fall into Sophomore Slump

by Debbie Baratz • July 6, 2013

Every year there’s breakout rookie NFL players that not only surprise themselves but also fans, coaches and teammates. Many will enter their sophomore year with high expectations. Some players succeed; some do not. Last season was filled with a number of good rookies, including quarterbacks and running backs. Many fantasy football players missed out on […]

Seattle Seahawks 2013 Training Camp Schedule

by Debbie Baratz • July 2, 2013

The Seattle Seahawks will open their 2013 training camp on Thursday, July 25. This will include 14 training camp practices held at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center (VMAC) in Renton, WA. Camp will conclude on Wednesday, August 14. In a different twist than other open NFL team practices, interested fans must pre-register to attend and […]

Ranking Top Ten Fantasy Football Wide Receivers of 2013

by Debbie Baratz • June 8, 2013

In addition to ranking the Top 10 fantasy running backs, another key position on any fantasy team is the wide receiver. In this pass-happy league, there’s a lot of depth at this position and for 2013, this top receivers will all look familiar. For one, it’s appropriate to say welcome back to the list. Calvin […]

Ranking the Top Ten Fantasy Football Running Backs of 2013

by Debbie Baratz • June 5, 2013

While having a top quarterback is important to any fantasy team, running backs also dominate the conversation. Last season, it was good to own a rookie or two as some had great first seasons. As we look ahead to 2013, some of these players will make the list of top fantasy running backs with hopes […]

Top Undrafted Offensive NFL Free Agents: Where Did They Land?

by Debbie Baratz • April 30, 2013

After the NFL Draft comes to an end, there are the unfortunate players who did not receive a phone call. But there’s still hope as teams sign many of these undrafted free agents. Some still find success even if they were late to the party (see Wes Welker and Adam Vinatieri). Let’s take a look at […]