Thursday, September 17, 2015
- Pac-12 Network analyst Nigel Burton on the job being done by Chris Petersen at UW
Former UW safety Nigel Burton, currently an analyst with the Pac-12 Network, joins "Danny, Dave and Moore" and talks about a culture change underway at Washington.
- Seahawks RB Fred Jackson on reuniting with Marshawn Lynch
New running back Fred Jackson joins "Danny, Dave and Moore" in the Seahawks Spotlight and talks about joining Seattle and playing again with friend Marshawn Lynch.
- September 17, 2015 - Hour: 4
We relive the best moments of the show with the "John Clayton Rewind". We replay our 4 o'clock segment with the Professor. We listen back to Fred Jackson talking about his time in Buffalo and what he sees in Seattle. Plus, former Husky Nigel Burton of the Pac-12 Network breaks down the Pac-12 and picks who thinks will take the Pac-12 title.
- September 17, 2015 - Hour: 3
New running back Fred Jackson joins the guys in the "Seahawks Spotlight" and talks about joining Seattle and playing again with friend Marshawn Lynch. We also learn about the "Fred Jackson Show". Are the Packers really the Seahawks' biggest rivals? Danny explains. Plus, "What Did We Learn Today?"
- September 17, 2015 - Hour: 2
John Clayton looks at Sunday's Seahawks-Packers matchup, including Green Bay's embattled D-line and Seattle's suddenly suspect defensive backfield. Nigel Burton with the Pac-12 Network gives us his take on the Pac-12 and which teams he sees finishing with the Top 25 ranking. In "Sweeping the Dial" the guys discuss Jered Weaver intentionally hitting Kyle Seager with a pitch, hockey player PK Subban donating $10 million of his own money to build a children's hospital, and a college hockey player gets ejected from a game after a fan handed him a beer and he drank it.
- September 17, 2015 - Hour: 1
The Seahawks and Packers have been building quite the rivalry lately with games coming down to the final plays like the 'Fail Mary' and the comeback in the NFC Championship game. Was Aaron Rodgers whining after those games? Are the Packers the Seahawks biggest rival right now? Is this the biggest rivalry in the NFL? Week one wasn't so kind to Jim Moore on "Smokin Jim's Lock of the Week", but he says to take the over (49) this time. Also a breakdown of the Jered Weaver/Kyle Seager showdown last night.
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
- Seahawks linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis says he's always looking for new things to bake from scratch
Kevin Pierre-Louis joins us for the Seahawks Spotlight. He talks about his baking skills, his cat, lingerie football, and of course what happened to the Seahawks in week one.
- September 16, 2015 - Hour: 3
What did the Seahawks learn from St. Louis heading into Green Bay? Kevin Pierre-Louis joins us for the Seahawks Spotlight. He talks about his baking skills, his cat, lingerie football, and of course what happened to the Seahawks in week one. Plus, "What Did We Learn Today?"
- September 16, 2015 - Hour: 2
John Clayton joins the show for his daily visit talking about what the Seahawks should do with Kam Chancellor and what they can likely get in return should they trade him. Also, he gives his picks on games around the NFL. Where does Jason Pierre-Paul go from here? Will the Giants tender him a deal without seeing how he performs with 1 1/2 fewer digits? In "Sweeping the Dial" the guys talk about an English sportscaster calls the action in an NFL game, Shaq turned down working with Howard Schultz to open a Starbucks, and Peyton Manning gives a media injury report.
- September 16, 2015 - Hour: 1
The Kam Chancellor soap opera continues with no news. At this point what do the Seahawks do: pay him, trade him, or just hold steady? The guys explore what it would take for them to pull the trigger on a trade. An article over the weekend came out putting Richard Sherman in a bad light over the Black Lives Matter issue. He addresses that in today's press conference.
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
- Steve Wyche of the NFL Network explains why the Seahawks are not dysfunctional
Steve Wyche of the NFL Network joins "Danny, Dave and Moore" and despite what some are saying, he doesn't believe the Seahawks are dysfunctional. He said fans need to take the advice of of their next opponent's QB and "R-E-L-A-X".
- Seahawks CB Cary Williams talks about the strip fumble recovery TD agains the Rams
Seahawks CB Cary Williams joins the show and talks about his strip and fumble recovery TD against the Rams on Sunday. He says that's the first time he's had that play happy at any level.
- September 15, 2015 - Hour: 3
Seahawks CB Cary Williams joins the show and talks about his strip and fumble recovery TD against the Rams on Sunday. He says that's the first time he's had that play happy at any level. Is Pete Carroll's reputation as a player's coach part of the problem with the Kam Chancellor lockout? Are the inmates running the asylum? Plus "What Did We Learn Today?"
- September 15, 2015 - Hour: 2
John Clayton weighs in on Maama Lynchcriticizing Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and whether an increased use of the shotgun is throwing Seattle's offense out of whack. Ray Lewis has a take we haven't heard before regarding the Kam Chancellor situation. Whether or not he deserves to hold out, it doesn't change the fact that he is putting money before his teammates, or as Lewis says, his brothers. In "Sweeping the Dial" the guys talk about Trent Dilfer's 'performance' on Monday Night Football, SVP gets Tim Kurkjian to crack up on Sportscenter, and Jason Pierre-Paul's missing digits get analyzed to death.
- September 15, 2015 - Hour: 1
Are the Seahawks turning into a soap opera? Today, Mama Lynch is calling for Darrell Bevell's job, Stephen A Smith is questioning Pete Carroll as being a player's coach, and yep Kam Chancellor is still out. Are the Seahawks dysfunctional? Steve Wyche of the NFL Network says he doesn't believe the Seahawks are dysfunctional. He said fans need to take the advice of of their next opponent's QB and "R-E-L-A-X". The guys say the Seahawks may actually work better as a team with some dysfunction as they tend to respond after big defeats.