Mariners’ first homestand raises plenty of familiar concerns
Jim Moore | April 14, 2016 10:56 am
The Mariners won in dramatic fashion Wednesday but scored only 11 runs while going 1-5 on their first homestand of the season. It’s strange and it’s not at the same time.
After opening series, these don’t look like ‘The Same-Old Mariners’
Jim Moore | April 7, 2016 9:47 am
I know we’re only three games in, but it’s still nice to look at the standings and see the Mariners on top of the American League West after an encouraging opening series.
Fire from Mariners, Scott Servais is a welcomed sight
Jim Moore | April 6, 2016 9:30 am
Jim Moore liked what he saw from the Mariners in the eighth inning of their win over Texas Tuesday night, not only the offensive explosion but the emotion their players and manager Scott Servais showed after catcher Chris Iannetta was hit by a pitch.
Jim Moore: Predicting the 2016 Seattle Mariners season
Jim Moore | April 3, 2016 10:21 am
Will the Mariners make the playoffs? Can King Felix finally win 20 games in a season for the first time? Jim Moore makes his predictions for the 2016 M’s.
With holdout possibly looming, Seahawks should give Michael Bennett a new deal
Jim Moore | March 28, 2016 9:57 am
Michael Bennett’s dissatisfaction with his contract only figures to have grown since last offseason, which points to the possibility of a holdout. The Seahawks should give him a new deal to avoid that.
Seahawks would be better off focusing on re-signing defensive free agents
Jim Moore | February 13, 2016 12:01 pm
The Seahawks’ offensive line has obvious room from improvement, but Denver’s Super Bowl win underlined why it’s more important for Seattle GM John Schneider to keep defensive free agents from going elsewhere.
Jim Moore’s lock of the week: Super Bowl is long overdue for an OT finish
Jim Moore | January 29, 2016 10:15 am
The Super Bowl has been played 49 times and has never gone to overtime. Jim Moore is making it his final “Smokin’ Lock of the Week” that this year’s game will go an extra period.
Are the Panthers the better team, even with Marshawn Lynch expected back for the Seahawks?
Jim Moore | January 16, 2016 12:26 pm
After a week of dissecting the Seahawks’ playoff game on Sunday against top-seeded Carolina, Jim Moore boils down the matchup to the simplest criteria: Which team can be considered better.
Will no Marshawn Lynch impact the Seahawks’ offense vs. Vikings?
Jim Moore | January 9, 2016 12:17 pm
The Seahawks’ offense has functioned fine without Marshawn Lynch, but will his surprising absence hurt Seattle as they try to beat the Vikings for the second time in just over a month?
Cardinals have more incentive than Seahawks in regular-season finale
Jim Moore | January 2, 2016 12:47 pm
Arizona has a chance to clinch the NFC’s top seed on Sunday, while the Seahawks could actually end up getting a better matchup in their playoff opener if they lose to the Cardinals for a second time this season.