January 16, 2015 - Hour: 3 In today's "Seahawks Spotlight" the guys talk to kicker Steven Hauschka and the interview is going just fine until they keep talking about missed kicks. With Jerry Jones winning the Pro-Football writer's Executive of the Year award, Pete Carroll is upset that John Schneider is getting overlooked. In "Audibles!" we learn advice the guys would give their 25-year-old selves.
January 16, 2015 - Hour: 2 'The Professor' John Clayton talks about the coaching carousel in the NFL and thinks that Aaron Rodgers could have a potentially rough day against the Seattle secondary. New 49ers head coach Jim Tomsula may be just as awkward of a speaker as Jim Harbaugh as we listen in to an interview. In "Sweeping the Dial" the guys talk about Tomsula's awkward interview, WSU basketball team is playing some exciting ball, and Bill Walton has an awkward gift exchange on air.
January 16, 2015 - Hour: 1 The Seahawks will win if...? That's the question we pose to callers who weigh in all hour long on their take. Plus a national perspective on the game.
January 15, 2015 - Hour: 4 John Schneider and Pete Carroll have proven themselves by what they've been able to do this year under great pressure. They've also earned the trust we have in them. The relationship they have is key to their success.
What got the Seahawks to where they are now? There are a lot of singular instances we can point to, but it's the amalgamation of all of them that really brings it home.
Plus what have we learned today?
January 15, 2015 - Hour: 3 Seahawks backup QB BJ Daniels talks about how he's always wanted to play quarterback, but now that he's in the NFL, he's willing to play other positions to get on the field. He adds things are just different (in a good way) in Seattle. Curt Menefee of Fox Sports gives us a national perspective on the Seahawks who thinks that trading Percy Harvin was the key to turning around the season. In "Audibles!" the guys talk about destroying things in anger during a sporting event.
January 15, 2015 - Hour: 2 With news that running back Eddie Lacy was pulled from practice, John Clayton looks at the Packers chances with both he and Aaron Rodgers hobbled. The guys talk about what positions 710 ESPN Seattle on-air hosts would play if they were football players, plus Aaron Rodgers is still dangerous. In "Sweeping the Dial" the guys talk about Ray Lewis ranting about Tom Brady being known because of the tuck rule, seller of LSU memorabilia goes to jail instead of snitching, and Rex Ryan still has a Mark Sanchez tattoo.
January 15, 2015 - Hour: 1 What was the turning point in getting the Seahawks to the NFC Championship game? Callers weigh in all hour long. Plus what was the most important point in Pete Carroll's regime as a whole that brought the Seahawks to where they are now?
January 14, 2015 - Hour: 4 ESPN NFL writer Jeff Chadiha discusses the Seahawks defense and whether it's the last of its kind we'll see in the NFL.
Are the Seahawks truly the last elite defense? The guys don't exactly think so.
Plus, what did we learn today?
January 14, 2015 - Hour: 3 Seahawks center Max Unger talks about his ankle injury being fine now and about how the Seahawks can set up explosive plays on offense. Could the injury to Paul Richardson slow down what the Seahawks want to do in the passing game? In "Audibles!" Jim digs a deep hole about nagging.
January 14, 2015 - Hour: 2 John Clayton takes a look over Wednesday's multiple coach hirings, including Todd Bowles to the Jets, where Dan Quinn was a favorite. The guys start talking about great defenses and then things take a turn... In "Sweeping the Dial" the guys talk about Marcus Mariota declaring for the NFL draft and Dan Quinn's remaining coaching prospects.
January 14, 2015 - Hour: 1 Aaron Rodgers says he's not afraid to throw Richard Sherman's way (even though he didn't in the season opener). Will they do that and do they have to? Sherman has a unique take on the teams and QBs left in the NFL playoffs. Taking a look at the stats, Green Bay really struggles against good defenses.