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Eps 1: The First Episode of the Hawks Playbook

Episode 1 of The Hawks Playbook, a new podcast on the Seattle Seahawks from 12th Man Rising expert Keith Myers and hosted by Bill Alvstad.

It is time to unveil the results of a project we’ve been working on. The Hawks Playbook: a new professional podcast hosted by Bill Alvstad and featuring 12th Man Rising’s own Keith Myers.

When we were putting this together, we wanted to do something different. This isn’t a faux-radio show like most podcasts. Instead, it is just a conversation between two guys who have spent a tremendous amount of time researching this week’s topic.

There’s no guests and no interviews. This isn’t a radio broadcast. It is a conversation. Sometimes we will get off topic, but we will always (hopefully) be entertaining.

Here is our introductory episode:

You can listen right here on the site, or download it to your mobile device. It is also available on BlogTalkRadio, and will soon be available on iTunes and every other major podcast distributor.

New episodes will come out every Friday at noon.

This week we deep dive into the current state of Seattle’s offensive talent. There was a lot to discuss, so we ran a little bit long. It was worth it though. Here is the show outline from the podcast page:

Episode 1- State of the Offense and 2016 Review

Brief intro of our new show and what to expect in the coming months

Featured Segment

  • The offensive line problem, current, and future
  • Will Luke Willson return?
  • The state of the WRs, and what to think of Tanner McEvoy
  • Seattle’s RB questions
  • The Growth of Trevone Boykin
  • The 2016 offense was better than you probably think

Seahawks Mailbag

Next: Market for offensive tackles is getting deeper

If you have any feedback, please don’t hesitate to post your comments. We want you to enjoy listing to our new podcast as much as we enjoy making it.

About The Author

Bill Alvstad

Bill has been a Seahawks fan since inception in 1976. As an 11-year-old young man, he was lucky enough to have season tickets from 1976 through the 1989 Season. That enthusiasm for the team has never left and continues to this day.

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