Tag Archives: Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks Spoil Chargers Debut, 48-17

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – Seattle broke it open with 24 consecutive points in the second quarter and went on to beat the Chargers 48-17 Sunday night before 21,054 at StubHub Center in the Chargers first game in Los Angeles.

The Peterson Principle: 1/14/2017

By Tim Peterson For 22 years we didn’t have a football team. Now we get a team every year. Maybe next January the Jacksonville Jaguars will announce they will be moving to the City of Industry.

The Peterson Principle: 9/19/2016

By Tim Peterson The Trojans spent all week preparing for Christian McCaffrey so who scores the first touchdown and goes 56 yards untouched to the end zone? Christian McCaffrey of course.

NFL Talk: 7/27/2016

By Tim Peterson Dennis Green was known for more than just pounding the lectern and yelling “The Bears are who we thought they were” after his Arizona Cardinals blew a 20 point lead and fell to Chicago in a Monday night game.

Hawk Tackling Clinic April 2: Special Guest – Seattle Seahawks Assistant Coach Rocky Seto

Rocky Seto is an Arcadia High School alum (class of 1994) that went on to play for USC from 97-98 and then started coaching for USC in 1999. In 2003, he became a full time coach starting with safeties and then linebackers. From 2006‐2009, Seto coached the USC secondary and In 2009, he was promoted to USC Defensive Coordinator. In 2010, Seto joined the coaching  staff of the Seattle Seahawks. In 2015, he was promoted to Assistant Head Coach for Defense. 

The Peterson Principle: 1/11/2016

By Tim Peterson Vontaze Burfict is the perfect example of a guy with million dollar talent and a ten cent brain. And they were both on display Saturday night.

The TEN: 4/22/2015

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)

The Peterson Principle: 1/26/15

By Tim Peterson Football is king. There is no doubt about that. But the NFL does have one glaring flaw- The Pro Bowl. It’s terrible. I don’t care, the fans don’t care and it doesn’t look like the players do either.

The Peterson Principle: 1/12/2015

By Tim Peterson Catch or no catch? That’s the question of the day. If you love the Cowboys then of course it was a catch. Dez Bryant made the greatest play of all time. If you hate the Cowboys then it was no catch. Bryant never had control and it was the greatest call of […]

The TEN: 10/13/2014

(The TEN is not a top ten but 10 items worth being included in “The TEN”)