Russell Wilson is on fire through the first three weeks of the season. With 14 touchdown passes in his first three games of the season, he took down the record set recently by Patrick Mahomes. Considering it was the playoff loss to the Dallas Cowboys that started the "Let Russ Cook" movement with a tweet from Zach Whitman, it comes full circle as Zach was featured on ESPN's pregame show with Mina Kimes talking about the slogan that fans have rallied around. We also talk about some of the less than spectacular moments as the Seahawks secondary allowed Dak Prescott and the Cowboys to get back into the game. DK Metcalf also allowed this game to be a lot closer by not securing the football on what would have been another deep touchdown pass by Wilson. The injuries mounted up in this game as well, but that allowed a guy like Ryan Neal to be one to ultimately seal the victory for Seattle. Subscribe to the Field Gulls Podcast via: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |Overcast | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | Castbox | Subscribe on Android | PlayerFM | RSS Help support the show with a one-time or recurring monthly donation: glow.fm/flock Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zach Whitman joins us to bask in the glory of the Seahawks stopping Cam Newton at the goal line to secure a 35-30 win over the Patriots on Sunday Night Football behind Russell Wilson’s five touchdowns. DOWNLOAD/STREAM THE FABULOUS PELTONCAST … Continue reading →
We wrap up the Seahawks’ picks in the 2020 NFL Draft and try to talk ourselves into them with the help of our draft analyst Zach Whitman. DOWNLOAD/STREAM THE FABULOUS PELTONCAST View on: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher Links – Zach Whitman on Twitter – Three … Continue reading →
The Seahawks surprised everyone by taking Texas Tech linebacker Jordyn Brooks in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft and our draft analyst Zach Whitman rejoins us to lament the pick. DOWNLOAD/STREAM THE FABULOUS PELTONCAST View on: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher Links … Continue reading →
Our NFL Draft expert Zach Whitman returns to help us break down a receiver-heavy 2020 crop of prospects, look at possible targets for the Seahawks and evaluate the UW products in the draft. DOWNLOAD/STREAM THE FABULOUS PELTONCAST View on: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher … Continue reading →
To celebrate our 200th weekly episode, a look back on the best moments from over our last 100 shows featuring appearances from Ben Baldwin, Bill Barnwell, Jamal Crawford, Mina Kimes, DJ Nphared, Natalie Weiner, Zach Whitman, The Famous Cousin Katie, … Continue reading →
Listen to the third annual Peltoncast live show, held Friday at Belltown Yacht Club with Josh Saenger on Talkin’ Taco Time, DJ Nphared for After-Ballers, Ben Baldwin helping us preview the Seahawks’ 2019 season and Zach Whitman to crown Seattle’s … Continue reading →
Zach Whitman of 3 Sigma Athlete Show notes: https://www.espn.com/soccer/fifa-womens-world-cup/story/3878587/why-megan-rapinoes-brotherbrianis-her-greatest-heartbreakand-hope https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKQOXYB2cd8
We welcome back third Pelton brother Zach Whitman to help preview the NFL Draft, breaking down possible Seahawks draft picks and the Washington Huskies in the draft as well as discussing the possibility of a Frank Clark trade. DOWNLOAD/STREAM THE … Continue reading →
SPARQ and draft expert Zach Whitman joins the show to breakdown an eventful Seahawks draft. The Seahawks turned some heads -- both positively and negatively -- on draft weekend, so a few days later, the whole Real Hawk Talk crew is assembling to break down the entire Seahawks' draft, why they took a running back in Round 1, our favorite and least favorite picks, and whether or not they did enough to address some weaknesses on their roster.
The Seattle Seahawks have fired Tom Cable. Grant and Spike are joined by Zach Whitman to discuss the firings and potential coaching replacements. Be sure to leave a five-star review on iTunes with your Twitter handle for a chance to win a PFF Edge membership! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zach Whitman joins Josh Norris to explain SPARQ, examine analytics in the NFL, why 40 times are not totally representative of a player's ability and how challenging it is to watch football while living on the West Coast.
Back after our first week off in eight months, we're talking Russell Wilson and any potential or desire he may have to be a two-sport athlete. Michael Bennett comes out and officially denies he requested a trade to the Falcons and stands behind past comments about Jimmy Graham. The guys take a look back to 2012 in what remains a remarkable draft in terms of the talent that is on the team or at least still in the league. The Seahawks have a decision to make in the next couple weeks on whether or not to pick up the 5th year option on Bruce Irvin, their first pick in the draft that season. Adam takes a look at a couple receivers who were "touchdown makers" in the college ranks and what makes them interesting picks for the Seahawks in the mid-rounds. After the break we read emails and talk about zone defense. Adam takes on a strange legal requirement in Arizona in his "do better" while Brandan takes on the fast food industry for a particular kids toy. Better at life honors go to Ludacris and Marshawn Lynch for a recent music video and to the work of the Electronic Frontier Foundation for their work in achieving a victory for podcasting. Don't miss this week's featured interview with Zach Whitman of the Three Sigma Athlete blog. iTunes | Stitcher | TuneIn | Facebook | Twitter | RSS Call or text: 253-235-9041 Email: email@example.com Please fill out our short audience survey Download our free Amazon app Find Sea Hawkers clubs around the world at SeaHawkers.org Music from the show by The 12 Train, download each track at ReverbNation
This week's featured guest is Zach Whitman. He's the owner of 3sigmaathlete.com and is regularly featured on FieldGulls.com. After talking a bit about SPARQ scores in the past, we bring him on to give us the direct background into where these scores come from and what they mean for teams like the Seahawks. Zach talks about players who rate highly on the scale as well as one who ranks notoriously low and he offers reasons why that particular player is more athletic than some numbers may have shown him to be initially. We talk about wide receiver, offensive line and defensive back prospects the Seahawks could be looking at early in the draft and get into whether or not the Seahawks could look at drafting a quarterback. Zach explains why it makes sense to look at certain types of positions early in the draft while other positions can wait until later rounds. Follow Zach on Twitter: @zjwhitman