New Episode of Dorks On Sports And A Question To Seahawk Fans.

Howdy 12th Life Readers

Here’s the latest episode of our podcast Dorks On Sports where we discuss lots of Seahawks, Kraken, Nick Rolovich WSU fallout, and the wonderfully hilarious comedy show Only Murders In The Building staring Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez. Please hit us up. I enjoyed recording this episode in particular.

Also, I just wanted to share some thoughts I’ve been having about my Seahawks lately, and I wanted to throw a question out to you all.

These are interesting times for our Seattle Seahawks. A month and a half into the season, sitting on a 2-4 record with Russell Wilson on the IR probably isn’t what we were anticipating. Yet, here they are, facing a what looks like a strong New Orleans Saints team at home on Monday Night Football next week.

If our Hawks fall to these Jameis Winston led Saints, Seattle will be dropped to 2-5, and it will take an incredible effort for them to dig out of that hole into playoff contention by December.

Curiously, these Seahawks have been sitting on nearly $11 million in available cap space to make a splash addition (or two) to their team. With clear needs on the defensive line, and needs at corner (even though rookie Tre Brown played well against the Steelers), and now possibly other spots with injured running backs and spotty receiver depth, now would probably be a good time for Seahawk GM John Schneider to wheel and deal if Seattle wants to get back into the playoff race.

I would have liked to have seen some urgency come out of the front office after the loss to the Rams, but alas, we got diddly squat. Now, sitting in a hole at 2-4, well behind Arizona and Los Angeles in this tough division, I’m not even sure if I want them to be buyers at this point, and I am almost more welcoming a bit of a fire sale in order to get out in front of what feels like a much needed rebuild.

My simple question to all of you readers is this. Would you rather see John Schneider be a buyer to save the season, or a seller to usher in a rebuild for the longer term health of this team?

Feel free to leave your answer in the comments section for prosperity purposes.

Go Hawks


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