950 KJR's Football Can't Miss Podcast

950 KJR's Football Can't Miss Podcast

Seattle's 950 KJR's total football coverage podcast for the 2017 season... Show More

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August 27, 2018 17 min
Tammy from auburn gives a preview of Alabama and Washington.
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Hall of Fame Left Tackle Walter Jones joins Chuck Powell and Jason Puckett to break down the Seattle Seahawks' road win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday including how the offensive line handled Aaron Donald, the team's offensive execution, Earl Thomas, and much more.
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Dick Fain and Hugh Millen break-down the Seahawks big win over the Colts 48-16 and hear from Pete Carroll after the game.
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Walter Jones, Seahawks Hall of Fame Left Tackle, joins Chuck Powell and Jason Puckett to break down Seattle's 33-27 loss to the Tennessee Titans including how the offensive line performed, the decision about the anthem protest, Richard Sherman's penalties and Kam Chancellor's response, plus more.
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Hall of Fame Left Tackle with the Seattle Seahawks, Walter Jones sits down with Ian Furness to talk about the lower quality of offenses in the NFL, if practice changes are needed, the Seahawks offensive line issues, and answers listeners' texts about the Hawks' line, offense, and some funny subjects.
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In this week's Hardcore Football edition with Hugh Millen they take a detailed look the defense and the different overages against San Francisco, Jimmy Graham's lack of blocking and flow in the offense, including why Hugh believes Seattle needs to trade him, and Russell Wilson's performance.
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Hall of Fame Left Tackle Walter Jones joins Chuck Powell and Jason Puckett to talk about the Seahawks 12-9 win over the 49ers on Sunday including what he saw from the offensive line individually and as a whole plus Jimmy Graham's use and Russell Wilson.
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Greg Cosell from NFL Films takes a look at the Seahawks possibly using a more up-tempo scheme in their offense and if it's practical. Also, Jimmy Graham needing to get more involved in the offense, and the 49ers bad offensive line and what to expect out of their offense.
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NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport discusses the terrible Thursday night game between the Texans and Bengals, Cincinnati firing their offensive coordinator, match-ups this weekend, including Patriots and Saints, and is HGH in football making a return?
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Rob Rang from NFLDraftScout.com and The Pro Football Hall of Fame describes the athleticism of Lamar Jackson and how good he really could be, some unknown senior QB's, Sam Darnold against Texas, and Luke Falk trying to rebound.
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The former Seahawks left tackle and Pro Football Hall of Fame member Walter Jones gives his reaction on Seattle's offensive line against Green Bay, how long it can take to build chemistry, Germaine Ifedi's struggles at right tackle, and later "Hey Walt."
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Brandon Funston from Rotoworld.com takes your phone calls and texts for week two fantasy football starts and sits of the week. He also gives you trading advice and wavier wire pickups.
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