Friday, November 20, 2015
- November 20, 2015 - Hour: 2
The guys answer your questions on an extended version of "Have an opinion already". Then we take a listen to some titillating Derek Jeter rumors on "Wait a minute, what?" Plus, we find out who is in and who is hurt with our injury report.
- November 20, 2015 - Hour: 1
Groz and Tom talk about whether home-field advantage is still alive and real at Century Link and if there is a chance that the Hawks could make the playoffs. Then, we take a listen to Andy Van Slyke's comments on Robinson Cano. Plus, would you rather see Colin Kaepernick or Blaine Gabbert start against the Hawks on Sunday?
Thursday, November 19, 2015
- Steve Raible on the Seahawks' frustrating issues with finishing games
The Voice of the Seahawks, Steve Raible, makes his weekly visit with "The Huddle" to recap another letdown last week vs. the Cardinals.
- New Seahawks WR Kevin Smith on preparing for his regular season debut
Seahawks wide receiver Kevin Smith, who was promoted this week from the practice squad, joins "The Huddle" to talk about his journey to making the team.
- Seahawks RB Fred Jackson on his role in the locker room a veteran
Seahawks RB Fred Jackson joins "The Huddle" to talk about Seattle's tough situation with a 4-5 record and what wisdom he's sharing with younger players.
- San Francisco radio host Joe Fortenbaugh on dwindling 49ers-Seahawks rivalry
Joe Fortenbaugh of 95.7 The Game in San Francisco joins "The Huddle" to provide a look at the struggling 49ers heading into Sunday's game in Seattle.
- November 19, 2015 - Hour: 3
The guys talk about the Hawks' chances against the Niners on Sunday and whether a win would make a significant impact on our opinion of the team. Then we take an eavesdrop on our own interview with Fred Jackson from earlier in the day. Plus, "Parting Shots".
- November 19, 2015 - Hour: 2
The voice of the Seahawks, Steve Raible joins the show to talk about the Hawks' struggles this season. Then the guys take a listen to Russell Wilson's press conference from earlier today. Plus, Joe Fortenbaugh from 95.7 down in San Fransisco gives us an update on what to expect during Sunday's matchup against the Niners.
- November 19, 2015 - Hour: 1
Bob, Groz, Tom, and Dave Wyman are live from Seahawks Headquarters for another edition of "The Huddle". The guys are joined in the first hour by John Boyle of Seahawks.com, running back Fred Jackson, and wide receiver Kevin Smith.
- Seahawks.com's John Boyle on logic behind cutting Chris Matthews loose
Seahawks.com writer John Boyle talks to "The Huddle" about Seattle's surprising move to waive WR Chris Matthews and other roster news from the team.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
- MLB Network's Greg Amsinger on the Mariners' big changes
MLB Network's Greg Amsinger returns to "Bob, Groz and Tom" to talk about the big shift in the Mariners front office and clubhouse.
- ESPN analyst Damien Woody isn't impressed with Seahawks O-line
ESPN analyst and former NFL offensive lineman Damien Woody joins "Bob, Groz and Tom" and has some harsh criticisms for the Seahawks' own offensive line.
- November 18, 2015 - Hour: 3
Former NFL Center Damien Woody joins the show to talk about the Seahawks' offensive line, how Russell Wilson is similar to Tom Brady, and how the offensive coordinator can effect the way an offensive lineman plays. Then the guys eavesdrop on Richard Sherman's press conference from earlier today. Plus, "Parting Shots".
- November 18, 2015 - Hour: 2
MLB Network's Greg Amsinger joins the show to talk about the future of the Mariners and their chances at making a run next season with the changes that they have made. Then on "Wait a minute, what?", Cris Carter believes short, white recievers deserve more credit and former Mariner Russell Branyan got in some trouble. Plus, the guys field your questions with "Have an opinion already".
- November 18, 2015 - Hour: 1
Bob, Groz, and Tom discuss the Hawks' offensive line and whether Tom Cable can make some progress over the next weeks. Plus, we take a listen to Pete Carroll as he takes the podium to address the media in his weekly press conference.