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Tuesday, October 21, 2014
- The Misfit Radio Version of 30 for 30 - Percy Harvin
Danny O'Neil takes a look at the Percy Harvin era in Seattle as ESPN's 30 for 30 would.
- October 21, 2014 - Hour: 2
Tonight we shine our Seahawks Spotlight on LB Coach Ken Norton Jr. Toxic Differential: what is it and what does it mean for the Seahawks? Plus "Audibles!"
- October 21, 2014 - Hour: 1
The Percy Harvin trade probably had more to do with chemistry than getting into fist-fights. Wyman saw fist-fights all the time when he played and Harvin seemed to have a lot more problems than that. John Clayton says the Seahawks are NOT an underdog to make the playoffs as many now claim. 30 for 30: Smash and Grab: The Percy Harvin Story. Percy Harvin is an enigma. Does the acquisition and departure of Percy Harvin give you more or less confidence in the Seahawks' front office?
- Seahawks linebackers coach Ken Norton praises Bruce Irvin's transition
Seahawks linebackers coach Ken Norton talked about how linebacker Bruce Irvin has quickly learned and mastered his new position in this edition of Seahawks Spotlight.
Monday, October 20, 2014
- October 20, 2014 - Hour: 4
Where is your panic-meter after the Seahawks' loss yesterday? Listeners weigh in. Where's your worry-meter? What do the Hawks need to do? Final thoughts on the Seahawks moving on from this Rams game.
- October 20, 2014 - Hour: 3
Where do we think the Seahawks will be in 10 games? Are we really that concerned? Listeners weigh in. The guys talk to WR Kevin Norwood on the Seahawks Spotlight. We got us a "WHODUNIT" - we point fingers on the punt return touchdown the Seahawks gave up yesterday. Plus "Audibles!"
- October 20, 2014 - Hour: 2
John Clayton breaks down the Seahawks' loss to the Rams and looks at the most worrisome areas, including the O-line and special teams. Listeners continue to sound off on the crisis hotline. In "Sweeping the Dial" the guys talk about Percy Harvin, Jim Harbaugh, and Peyton Manning.
- October 20, 2014 - Hour: 1
Let's re-evaluate our 'crisis' levels after the Rams loss. Surprisingly the guys are almost less worried after the loss. Then Pete Carroll joins us for his weekly press conference. The crisis hotline is opened back up! Where are your levels of concern? More on the crisis hotline - how worried should we be? Also - Earl Thomas sounds off on the officiating.
- Seahawks WR Kevin Norwood on locker room leaders, Percy Harvin trade
Seahawks wide receiver Kevin Norwood appeared in this edition of Seahawks, and described the leadership among wide receivers, and how he learned about Percy Harvin being traded.
Friday, October 17, 2014
- NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah says Seahawks can be productive without Harvin
NFL Network analyst and former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah talks to "Danny, Dave and Moore" about what the Seahawks trade says about Percy Harvin's effect on team chemistry.
- Seahawks Spotlight - Former Seahawk Isaiah Kacyvenski
Today's Seahawks Spotlight features a former Seahawk, Isaiah Kacyvenski who gives his take on why a guy like Percy Harvin would be traded.
- Former Seahawk Isaiah Kacyvenski previews Seahawks-Rams
Former Seahawks and Rams linebacker Isaiah Kacyvenski joins "Danny, Dave and Moore" to talk about the battle between his two former teams and reacts to the Percy Harvin trade.
- ESPN's Adam Schefter on why the Seahawks traded Percy Harvin
ESPN's Adam Schefter joins "Danny, Dave and Moore" to share his insights into the Seahawks' decision to trade wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Jets for a conditional draft pick.
- USA Today's Tom Pelissero on Percy Harvin's checkered history
USA Today NFL writer Tim Pelissero talks to "Danny, Dave and Moore" about the baggage Percy Harvin brought to Seattle and what this trade means for his future.
- October 17, 2014 - Hour: 4
Daniel Jeremiah of the NFL Network gives his take on the Harvin trade and the impact it could have on both teams. Listeners continue to weigh in on the Percy Harvin trade. Final thoughts on the Harvin trade and last word from the listeners.