The Mariners just won't go away, the Huskies have their biggest game in over a decade, and the Seahawks are on their way to New York to face the Jets. John discusses all of that and more in Friday's five biggest stories of the day. Later in the hour, John sits down with Seahawks' first round draft pick Germain Ifedi as he prepares for his NFL debut. John also goes Behind the Lines with Gee Scott to wrap the first hour.
John talks to Mariners Insider Shannon Drayer on the final series of the Mariners regular season and what they need to do to make it to playoffs, and John talks to the Groz on how the Seahawks look going into their game against the Jets.
Top Five Stories of the Day: Russell Wilson feels good, and is determined to play, the Mariners beat the Astros to stay alive in the Wild Card chase, and the Seahawks sign C.J. Spiller to one-year deal. How will the distribution of carries between runningbacks look, and what would it take for Trevone Boykin to see playing time against the Jets?
John starts Tuesday's second hour with Sean Salisbury as they go "Four Downs" on a wild week three in the NFL. The guys talk about the Vikings and Patriots remaining hot despite injuries to key players, the Saints' awful start, and more. Later in the hour, John answers your texts and tweets about the NFL. The Professor gets The Groz's take on the Mariners fighting to stay alive in the American League wild card race.
The Mariners put a hurting on the Astros' playoff hopes, Russell Wilson's status remains up in the air for Sunday, and the Huskies are gearing up for their biggest game in a decade in a half. John touches on all of that and more in Tuesday's five biggest stories of the day. At 10:30-Mariners starting pitcher Taijuan Walker joins the show to talk about the mechanical adjustments he's made to his delivery this season as well as what it's like to still be alive in the American League Wild Card race. John closes out the hour with Gee Scott as they go Behind the Lines.
Monday's second hour begins with a conversation with Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham after his big game against the 49ers on Sunday. John takes your phone calls and answers your texts throughout the hour on all the craziness that was week three in the NFL. The Groz joins John as they look at what faces the Seahawks now that Russell Wilson has experienced his first ever concerning injury in his career.
The Seahawks make quick work of the 49ers, Russell Wilson leaves week three early after re-injuring his leg, and the Mariners stay alive with a win over Minnesota. John talks about all of that and more in Monday's five biggest stories of the day. Also in the hour, John takes your phone calls about whether the Seahawks should start or rest Russell Wilson on Sunday against the Jets, and he also goes Behind the Lines with Gee Scott as they look at what the Seahawks learned about themselves on Sunday.
John talks to Seahawks DE Michael Bennett on how the defense is looking going into this weekend's 49ers game.
John Clayton runs down all the major sports news in the Top 5, and he goes Behind the Lines with Gee Scott with a look forward to this Sunday's Seahawks 49ers game.
John discusses this weekend's Seahawks 49ers matchup with Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area, and John talks to the Groz on what the Hawks need to do this week to win
In the top five stories of the day, Felix Hernandez throws a gem against the Blue Jays, Pete Carroll says Jimmy Graham will be a factor against the 49ers, and Browns first round WR Corey Coleman breaks his hand - can it get any worse for the Cleveland Browns? John takes your calls regarding the biggest keys to the game and the biggest concerns in the upcoming matchup against the 49ers. John also goes behind the lines with Gee Scott to discuss the Seahawks offensive line.
It's time for "Wednesdays with Wyman" as Dave Wyman from "Danny, Dave and Moore" joins John to shoot the breeze about the Seahawks. They go over the O-Line problems and Dave gives us his theory on why the team was flagged 3 times for offensive pass interference against the Rams.
It's the top five stories of the day! The Mariners drop their 2nd in a row to the Blue Jays and their postseason hopes are on life support, Marshawn Lynch appears on Conan, Merrill Hoge thinks the Vikings can get by without Adrian Peterson, while another Peterson (aka Coach Pete) previews the Dawgs matchup with Arizona, and the Rutgers AD chugs a beer at a student tailgate party. John says if the Mariners can't beat playoff-caliber teams late in the season, then they're not a playoff team. Listeners give us their thoughts on the Mariners. Plus, if you want to take over Safeco when the Blue Jays play here, buy your tickets now. In "Behind the Lines with Gee Scott!" Gee talks about what the Seahawks could do on the O-Line and that trying out running backs is not a big deal.
It's Tuesday, so the Professor is joined by the one and only Sean Salisbury as they go "Four Downs" and look at quarterback situations around the NFL after week two. Later in the hour, John answers your texts and tweets and then closes out Tuesday's show with a visit from The Groz as they look at how Safeco Field can avoid getting overrun with Toronto fans for the second straight night.
The Seahawks get the hammer dropped on them by the NFL for going too hard during their OTAs, Safeco Field gets invaded by Blue Jays fans, and Clipboard Jesus is back in the NFL again. John discusses all of that and more in Tuesday's five biggest stories of the day. Later, John opens up the Seahawks Crisis Hotline and takes your calls and then closes out the hour by going Behind the Lines with Gee Scott.
John is joined by former Seahawk and current member of the Seahawks radio pre and post game show, Ray Roberts as they break down the Seahawks week two loss to the Rams. Later in the hour, Seahawks cornerback DeShawn Shead joins the show as he gives his perspective on the Seahawks' loss. Monday wraps with John getting a visit from The Groz.
The Seahawks offense can't find their rhythm, the Mariners enter their biggest series of the year, and tons of injuries hit the NFL. John discusses all of that and more in Monday's five biggest stories. Later in the first hour, John breaks the news of the penalties received from having too much contact in their OTAs. John and Gee Scott go behind the lines as they discuss what the Seahawks thought of the Rams' defense on Sunday.
John looks around the league with Trey Wingo of ESPN's NFL Live, and John talks to the Groz on this weekend's Seahawks game and the Mariners entering the final stretch of the season.
John is joined by Mike Salk to give their predictions for the remainder of the Mariners season and John goes Behind the Lines with Gee Scott to get the team's view of this weekend's Seahawks Rams matchup
First, John takes you through the most important matchups for the Seahawks for this weekend. Next John answers any and all of your burning questions, and finally, John and the Groz discuss the Mariners crazy hot streak.
In the five biggest stories of the day, we discuss the Mariners home stretch after winning eight straight games, as well as Russell Wilson's injury with a look forward to the Rams game this upcoming weekend, and the Hall of Fame ballot. Shannon Drayer joins the program to dive deeper into this Mariners pitching staff.
It's Wednesday, so Dave Wyman joins the Professor for "Wednesday with Wyman". What does Dave expect from the Seahawks in their first road game of the season on Sunday? He lets John know. John answers your texts and tweets about all things going on in the NFL and he closes out Wednesday joined by The Groz as they chat about Taijuan Walker's best start of the season.
John calls an audible to start the show as former Seahawks quarterback and current ESPN NFL analyst, Matt Hasselbeck joins the Professor to talk all things Seahawks and his transition to the media. In Wednesday's five biggest stories, the Seahawks cut Tharold Simon, the Mariners can't seem to lose anymore, and Jim Harbaugh denies eating what? Gee Scott and John go Behind the Lines to discuss the flurry of roster moves the Seahawks made on Tuesday.
Sean Salisbury joins John as they talk Robert Griffin III, Case Keenum, Ben Roethlisberger, and more in another edition of Four Downs to start Tuesday's second hour of the show. John answers your texts and tweets about all things NFL and Tuesday wraps up with a visit from The Groz as they look at whether or not the Mariners have enough left in the tank to make a final postseason push.
The Mariners stay winning, the Rams and 49ers put forth a clunker on Monday Night Football, and Pete Carroll says Russell Wilson looked almost the same after his injury. That's all here and more in Tuesday five biggest stories. Hall of Fame quarterback and Seahawks radio color analyst Warren Moon joins John as they talk about Russell Wilson getting banged up on Sunday and how the Seahawks can build on their week one win. In Behind the Lines, John and Gee Scott look at how the Seahawks locker room rallied around Russell Wilson on Sunday.