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Sunday is here and with it we bring you a recap of everything you may have missed for the last week.

We will take a look back at what has been going on with each of the three teams in the NFC West, with a look at the Seattle Seahawks with Field Gulls.

Pete Carroll has never beaten the Cincinnati Bengals, is 2019 the year the drought ends? - Field Gulls
Since Pete Carroll became Seattle Seahawks head coach in 2010, the team has beaten 30 of the other 31 teams in the NFL.

Who is that one elusive team you may ask? Well thank you for asking (and...

The issues of predictability and expectations for the Seahawks offense - Field Gulls
Friday here at Field Gulls, Matty F. Brown took a deep dive into the 2018 offense of Seattle Seahawks under the command of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, looking at the things the...

How the 2018 Seahawks rode the plus side of variance to success - Field Gulls
Sunday I took a look another look at one piece of the Seattle Seahawks offensive playcalling in 2018, and how the offense only utilized Tyler Lockett as a rushing threat in a very narrow set of...

How fumbles were kind in 2018 to Seahawks, Russell Wilson, Pete Carroll - Field Gulls
2018 ended for the Seattle Seahawks in a bittersweet sort of way, with a playoff road loss that could have been avoided, but in a year where expectations were low. To see the Seahawks in the...

Seahawks 2019 preview: Why the Falcons are being overlooked again - Field Gulls
Analysts and writers who feel the need to make predictions with total conviction — that their opinions are in fact not opinions but infallible peeks into the future — are not football experts at...

Why play action is Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson’s friend - Field Gulls
It’s no secret that Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had himself a highly efficient 2018 season, a season in which he set a career high in touchdown passes, while tying a career low in...

Tyler Lockett and penalty timing went well, too well, for 2018 Seahawks - Field Gulls
(For Part 1, click here.)

There is no sense in delaying the inevitable bad news. The magical Russell Wilson to Tyler Lockett connection can no longer get better, only worse.

I mean. They can hang...

Seahawks 90-man roster review: Defensive backs and kings of fumbles - Field Gulls
Over the coming weeks, we’ll continue to look at the hopefuls on the Seattle Seahawks’ 90-man roster. Seattle had eleven draft picks and made several significant moves in free agency. These are...

Why TE Jacob Hollister could make the Seattle Seahawks final 53 roster - Field Gulls
Tight End Jacob Hollister earned rave reviews at OTAs from Head Coach Pete Carroll and Offensive Coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. "He’s made a really good impression coming out", revealed Carroll...

How good can Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett be as a slot receiver? - Field Gulls
Tyler Lockett faces a new challenge in 2019. Having seen Doug Baldwin retire this offseason, Lockett’s preparations are undoubtedly trickier. His mentor has departed. Baldwin, though, was more than...

Are QBs more likely to be pressured after play action out of shotgun? - Field Gulls
On Wednesday I took a brief look at a statistic from ProFootballFocus.com on the usage by the Seattle Seahawks of play action during the 2018 season and where Russell Wilson ranked among NFL...