Friday, November 13, 2015
- November 13, 2015 - Hour: 2
It's an extended "Have an Opinion, Already!" In "Wait a Minute... What?" 600 Chris Denorfia bobbleheads are dropped off at a random house. Injury Report: Who is playing on Sunday and who isnít?
- November 13, 2015 - Hour: 1
Groz and Tom preview the Seahawks/Cardinals game on Sunday night and can it define the Seahawks season? Brock and Salk have beef with Arizona radio station. Has too much money already been spent by the Mariners?
Thursday, November 12, 2015
- Steve Raible on how Seahawks are in better shape compared to last year
Seahawks play-by-play announcer Steve Raible joins "The Humddle" to chat about a few ways Seattle is better off than last year at the midway point.
- AZCentral.com's Kent Somers on why Sunday vs. Seahawks is huge for Cardinals
AZCentral.com reporter Kent Somers joins "The Huddle" to talk about the Cardinals' surprising season and why Sunday in Seattle is a huge game.
- Seahawks.com's John Boyle on biggest improvements since Week 1
Seahawks.com writer John Boyle joins "The Huddle" and talks about where Seattle has made the biggest strides since the season started.
- Seahawks' Jon Ryan on how loss of Ricardo Lockette hurts special teams
Seahawks punter Jon Ryan joins "The Huddle" and talks about the impact Ricardo Lockette has on special teams and how the hole created by his injury will be filled.
- Seahawks DT Jordan Hill on the defensive line's success in rotation
Seahawks defensive tackle Jordan Hill joins "The Huddle" and talks about how the rotation has helped out Seattle's defensive line.
- November 12, 2015 - Hour: 3
Matt Hasselbeck has a new teammate that's someone he's got a bit of history with. What will the legacies of Hasselbeck and Charlie Whitehurst be? Also, the guys replay their interview with Jon Ryan during the Eavesdrop.
- November 12, 2015 - Hour: 1
Groz, Tom, and Dave Wyman are live from Seahawks headquarters for The Huddle. John Boyle of Seahawks.com and Seahawks punter Jon Ryan join the show during the first hour as the Seahawks are gearing up for their Sunday night showdown against Arizona.
- November 12, 2015 - Hour: 2
Seahawks defensive end, Jordan Hill joins Groz, Tom, and Wyman as they look ahead to Seattle's Sunday night matchup. Also, the voice of the Seahawks, Steve Raible, joins the show. Kent Somers of AZCentral.com stops by to give the guys and Arizona perspective on things.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
- November 11, 2015 - Hour: 3
We listen to what Richard Sherman had to say at his press conference. on "The Eavesdrop" an Arizona sports radio host calls out Mike Salk on their airwaves and the lead singer of Godsmack calls out the Seahawks and their fans and makes impromptu song out of it (at a concert in WA). Plus, "Parting Shots"
- November 11, 2015 - Hour: 1
Just Groz and Tom in. Can injured Seahawks have a big impact on the second half of the Seahawks season? Then Pete Carroll take the podium for his weekly press conference. The guys give their thoughts and reaction to Pete Carroll.
- November 11, 2015 - Hour: 2
Seahawks LB Kevin Pierre-Louis joins the show. Could Brett Gardner fit on the Seattle Mariners? Would you be willing to trade a pitcher, say James Paxton, for him? In "Wait a Minute... What?" Richardo Lockette feeds the homeless on his way home from the hospital. In "Have an Opinion, Already!" the guys go over some bad customer service experiences.
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
- November 10, 2015 - Hour: 3
The guys take a trip around the NFL to talk about the NFC East, the Giants' chances in the playoffs, and whether the Patriots will stay undefeated. Then, we eavesdrop on Kurt Warner from Brock and Salk this morning. Plus, "Parting Shots".
- November 10, 2015 - Hour: 2
"El Hombre" Michael Bradley discusses his thoughts on dirty plays in the NFL and what they can do to fix it. In "Wait a Minute... What?" Rams head coach Jeff Fisher fires back at critics saying his players are dirty. Plus, what kind of sandwich would you be? In "Have an Opinion, Already!" the guys talk about the benefits of letting anger out, rather than holding it in.