Ever wonder what you'd hear if Alexa, Siri and Cortana were honest with us. We probably don't want to know. Read a little AI humor: If Alexa & Siri & Cortana were honest.
The Seattle Seahawks will travel to Los Angeles to take on the NFC West Division-leading Rams. This one could be over by halftime, folks. On the other hand, it may just be getting started then. The Seahawks, who have rarely been able to solve the sub-.500 rams since 2014, are now tasked with trying to take back the division from the new NFC West kings — and the NFL's highest scoring offense.
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Emphasis on ‘offensive’ — Is there a worse offensive line in the 2017 NFL? Which team did you think I was referring to — the Seattle Seahawks or the San Francisco 49ers? Whichever one you thought, you were correct.
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The Seahawks trotted out all the old showstoppers in one sour song.
Can the Seattle Seahawks bounce back in week two and plot a course for the playoffs? Not if they don't fix the problems that doomed them in week one against the Green Bay Packers. Read it in The Hit Job, the Seattle PI, Oregon Sports News or Yardbarker.
Don't be that guy.
With the news still swirling around Michael Bennett's encounter with the Las Vegas Police Department late last month, tensions and opinions are high. That means when Bennett's Seattle Seahawks come to play at Lambeau Field in Green Bay on Sunday, September 10 to open the 2017 NFL season, all eyes will be on Packers fans to see how they behave.
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The way-too-early week 1 preview of Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers — The Pack will be missing prize rookies
The Green Bay Packers went defense early and often in the 2017 NFL Draft. General Manager Ted Thompson made a statement by going cornerback, safety, defensive tackle and linebacker with the Packers’ first four picks. That statement: “We need help.”
The impact of Ted’s statement moves will matter little in week one. The Packers’ prize rookies will be mostly watching the proceedings. Read about it in The Hit Job, the Seattle PI, Oregon Sports News, 102.9 The Game, Comcast SportsNet Northwest & GoLocalPDX.