LB Mychal Kendricks is back with the team and can start to play on Dec 10 against the Vikings.
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Progress Shot #3 Drawing Russell Wilson!! I’m giving you all the tips and tricks lol... tip #3: every once in a while, say every hour or after you’ve ‘finished’ a section of your drawing, take a picture and compare it directly to the reference picture. Go back and forth and notice the differences. This way, you can correct inaccuracies. I first started doing this when drawing Kylie and it helped me address a lot of issues and take it from cartoonish to realistic. 📲 ___________
They managed to finish their seventh-straight game with over 150 rushing yards to tie for the third-longest streak over the last 40 seasons.🔥🔥🔥 Seattle totaled 173 yards on the ground Thursday night on 35 run plays, to average a gain of 4.9 yards per rush attempt.
The Seahawks saw production from all three running backs against the Packers with starter Chris Carson – who fumbled on the first play of the day – posting 17 carries for 83 yards and a touchdown.
Carson very nearly made the Dud list for fumbling — for only the second time in his career — on the very first play of the game, but he bounced back in a big way. Carson finished the night with 17 carries for 83 yards and a score.
In an offensive system which is giving plenty of carries to Mike Davis and rookie Rashaad Penny, Carson still continues to emerge as Seattle’s No. 1 option on the ground.
Seahawks Player of the Game: Defensive end Frank Clark🔥🔥🔥💚💚💚 In the first half, though, Aaron Rodgers got to do Aaron Rodgers things, carving up the Seahawks defense. That changed in the second half, though, thanks in no small part to Frank Clark’s single-minded determination to ruin Rodger’s night (and earn a massive contract). He finished with two sacks and two QB hits, plus a tackle for loss. The entire defensive line played well, getting to Rogers five times total and keeping the previously-lethal Aaron Jones to a mere 3.6 yards per carry.
We've reached the halfway point of the NFL campaign, which means it's midseason awards time. Prior to the start of the 2018 NFL season, your friends here at FSP set out to predict the winners of all the major NFL awards.
A.Midseason Award: NFL DEFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR B. Midseason Prediction: Derwin James, Chargers C. Why: James has been a factor on the back end of the defense, as the Chargers expected him to be right away. But where he's made a major difference is in blitz packages, where the Chargers have had to get creative in the absence of star pass-rusher Joey Bosa. James had three sacks in the first four games of the season while the Los Angeles defense was getting its legs under it. He has been all over the field this season for a Chargers defense that is improving by the week. He can blitz and can play in coverage. His versatility is key to the Los Angeles defense.