Gastineau: Season over? Not By a Long ShotDespite injuries, tough losses and certain players not panning out, the Seahawks still have three things going for them.
Gastineau: You'll Never Guess Why TNF Is Here To StayFrom a competition aesthetic standpoint there is no logical reason for Thursday night NFL games to exist.
Gastineau: Loss To Washington May Cast A Long ShadowThis is the one we’ll be talking about on New Year’s Eve when the regular season has ended.
Gastineau: Duane Brown's Arrival a Potentially Pivotal Moment For 2017Brown should do nothing but improve the protection situation for Russell Wilson.
Gastineau: Hawks And Graham Both Fight Through Adversity For Road WinSix games into the NFL season Seahawks fans have come to learn two primary characteristics about the 2017 version of the team.
Gastineau: Seahawks The Team To Beat In NFC? Maybe.It’s not that hard to build the argument that the Hawks could enter the December 3rd nationally televised night game at the Clink versus the Eagles with a pretty gaudy record.
Gastineau: Sherman Willing To Do Whatever It Took To Make It In The NFLSherman has become such a presence with the Hawks and it’s sometimes difficult to remember that he wasn’t drafted until the fifth round.
Gastineau: Big Game For Seattle And Thomas RawlsThe running back position has been a non-stop revolving door the past two-plus seasons after two-plus decades of stability.
Gastineau: Seahawks Seek Elusive Offensive Line StabilityIn a position group that relies on consistency and stability, Seattle has started 21 different player on the offense line since SuperBowl 48
The Killer Grosses Out England, The Monkees Take Control: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]May 22nd: Jerry Lee has some splainin' to do to the press when he gets back to the States...The Monkees song about the party The Beatles threw for them...and Elton John and his lyric-writing partner Bernie Taupin in a rare interview.
48 Years Ago Today: Led Zeppelin Destroys Green Lake Aqua Theater!Zeppelin's second Seattle show was awesome, unless you were the Green Lake Aqua Theater ...or Ann and Nancy Wilson. Also, an interview with the author of an excellent new Zeppelin bathroom-book with never before told tales of rock and roll debauchery involving creatures from the briny deep of Puget Sound.
Boston vs. Seattle: Which City Has the Best Music?Forget Super Bowl XLIX, the real match-up is between musical legacies. Representatives from Seattle station KZOK and Boston's WZLX argue which city has better music.