Bill Barnwell joins the show to discuss the crowded NFC playoff picture and says at least one good team is going to be left on the outside looking in. Then, we take your text questions, and John and Gee discuss Blaine Gabbert being named the starter for the Cardinals Texans game.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the uncertain status of Kam Chancellor, Duane Brown, and Jarran Reed, Kasen Williams being released by the Browns, Seth Wickersham's story on the Roger Goodell Jerry Jones fight, the Steelers finally getting their offense going against the Titans, and Larry Fitzgerald receiving a contract extension. Then, we hear from Byron Maxwell and Mike Davis and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Former Seahawk Ray Roberts joins the Professor to break down the Seahawks offense and how they can become more balanced. Then, we take your text questions, and Bob Stelton explains why he loves the Ryon Healy acquisition for the Mariners.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss Julio Jones saying he's disappointed he won't face Richard Sherman, Azeem Victor being suspended after DUI arrest, the Mariners acquiring Ryon Healey, the Ezekiel Elliott suspension battle finally coming to an end, and Marvin Lewis calling out John Ross. Then, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines, and Falcons cornerback Desmond Trufant discusses the challenges of facing Russell Wilson.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the Seahawks bringing Mike Davis up, Byron Maxwell saying he feels he has something to prove here, WSU being ranked fourteenth and four spots ahead of UW in the College Football Playoff rankings, the Vikings objecting to Greg Olsen calling Vikings Rams game, and Tyrod Taylor being benched. Then, they discuss Deion Sanders comments that Wilson has to carry the team in Sherman's absence and how he can do that. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Dave Wyman joins the Professor to take a closer look at the Seahawks defense without Sherman. Wyman says it's a lot to expect Maxwell to step in and look like his old self but emphasizes how important McDougald and Coleman's contributions are. Then, we preview a Huskies recruit and draft prospect in Washington Weds and take your text questions. Plus, Bob Stelton and John discuss the benching of Tyrod Taylor in Buffalo.
Sean Salisbury joins the Professor for Four Downs of quarterback questions about Ben Roethlisberger, the Vikings QB battle, Carson Palmer, and Jay Cutler. Then, we take your text questions, and the Groz and John discuss Jerry Jones taking on Roger Goodell.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the Seahawks signing Byron Maxwell, the injury updates that Pete Carroll gave yesterday, the fact that WSU may be ranked ahead of UW in the College Football Playoff rankings being released today for the first time in 14 years, the Panthers dominating win over the Dolphins, and Phillip Rivers being in concussion protocol. Then, ESPN's Brady Henderson joins John to discuss the adjustments the Seahawks secondary will have to make without Sherman, and the addition of Byron Maxwell. Then, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines of his time with K.J. Wright.
Lorenzo Neal joins the Professor to discuss the reasons why the run game is not dominant on most teams in the NFL and the San Francisco 49ers first win, then we take your text questions and the Groz stops by to recap a crazy weekend in college football.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss UW's college playoff hopes ending with their loss to Stanford, the Seahawks working out Byron Maxwell and Trovon Reed, Jerry Jones continuing his fight against Goodell's extension, Martellus Bennett explains his decision to play through his injury for the Patriots, and the Seahawks are most likely going to be punished for not following concussion protocol with Russell Wilson last week. Then, Kent Baab of the Washington post joins the Professor to discuss whether Jerry Jones efforts to keep Goodell from getting an extension could work, and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
The Professor shares his post game conversations with Bobby Wagner, Jeremy Lane, and Dion Jordan, we take your text questions, and Bob Stelton and John discuss why it's still not time to panic.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss Richard Sherman's season ending injury, the Seahawks win, the NFL investigating whether concussion protocol was followed with Russell Wilson last night, UW taking on Stanford tonight, and Martellus Bennett ending up with the Patriots after his release. Then, John breaks down the UW Stanford match-up with Ryan Clark from the News Tribune, and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
ESPN's Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss joins the Professor to break down tonight's Seahawks game. Then, we take your text questions and wrap up with final thoughts on the game and some techno flute!
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss tonight's Thursday Night Football match-up between the Seahawks and Cardinals, Marcellus Wiley's comments that the Seahawks defense has cracks in it, Curtis Conway's comments that UW and USC need to be the teams playing in the PAC-12 championship, Jerry Jones threatening to sue the NFL, and Martellus Bennett being cut by the Packers. Then, John and Gee give out Seahawks mid-season awards and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines of what the Seahawks need to do tonight.
The Professor asks Luke Willson how Techno Thursday works when there is a game. Luke promises that this has the potential to be the best Techno Thursday ever! Then, we take your text questions and the Groz and John discuss Seattle University and UW basketball getting underway.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the Seahawks injury report, how big of a factor Adrian Peterson will be, the tragic passing of Roy Halladay, accusations that the Raiders offensive line let Carr get hurt made by Miko Grimes, and Sam Bradford going to IR as Teddy Bridgewater is activated.
Sean Salisbury and the Professor go four downs of quarterback questions. They answer who their mid-season MVP and underachievers are, where Kirk Cousins might end up, and what to expect from Drew Stanton Thursday night. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz and John question whether Adrian Peterson will be ready to go Thursday after carrying the ball 37 times Sunday.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the Seahawks injury outlook, Pete Carroll saying they have to clean up the penalties, the Lions becoming the first team since 1971 not to punt in a game, Mike Evans being the only player suspended after multiple brawls in NFL games this weekend, and Nike having to revamp jerseys after having issues with them ripping during NBA games. Then, John talk to Paul Richardson about being a clutch receiver and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
The Professor shares his post-game conversations with Duane Brown, Dwight Freeney, and Bradley McDougald. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz stops by to discuss why he thinks the Seahawks loss is being overblown.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the Seahawks loss, the short turnaround before they play the Cardinals Thursday, UW wining big over Oregon, WSU getting a comeback victory against Stanford, multiple players getting ejected in NFL games yesterday, and injury updates. Then, we take your calls on your level of concern following the Seahawks loss and Gee Scott tells us not too panic in Behind the Lines.
Former Redskins tight end Chris Cooley joins the Professor to break down the Seahawks game and discuss Washington's long list of injuries. Then, Gee calls in with Evander Holyfield to discuss their work with the Boys and Girls Club of America and the Groz and John reminisce about Howard Cosell after Evander says he is what boxing is missing.
Gee Scott is out today. In the top 5, John and Maura discuss the upcoming Seahawks Redskins game, DeShaun Watson suffering a season ending ACL tear in practice, UW facing Oregon and WSU taking on Stanford, Richie Incognito complaining about Thursday Night Football following the Bills loss, and yet another change in Ezekiel Elliott's eligibility status. Then, the Professor gets a mid season progress report for the Seahawks defense from Kris Richard, and Danny Kelly from the Ringer breaks down the offensive decline in the NFL.
ESPN college football reporter Edward Aschoff joins the Professor to talk about why he thinks Jake Browning is underrated, what he thinks UW's chances are at making the College Football Playoff , and where the rest of the PAC-12 stands. Then, we take your text questions, and the Groz says last night's World Series is anything but good news for the Mariners.
Gee Scott is out today. In the top 5 the Professor and Maura discuss the Astros winning their first World Series, Pete Carroll suggesting that Eddie Lacy will be the lead back on Sunday, Duane Brown having a "remarkable" first practice according to Carroll, Washington's team is on the injury report being quite lengthy ahead of their match-up Sunday with the Seahawks, and Kyle Shanahan saying that Garoppolo may not start this year. Then, John Boyle joins the show for Behind the Lines and discusses Lacy being the lead back and whether Duane Brown can help get him going. Plus, Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell gives John his mid-season progress report for the offense.
Sean Salisbury and the Professor answer Four Downs of quarterback questions about Russell Wilson, the Browns, Brock Osweiler, and Teddy Bridgewater. Then, we take your text questions, and the Groz tells us what he expects in game seven tonight.