John Clayton joins the show and talks about what he saw on the sidelines in Arizona with Carson Palmer's concussion protocol. He recaps the Seahawks win and talks about the key moments in the game.
John Clayton gives us a final break down of what the Seahawks will need to do in order to get a road win over the New York Jets. The Jets suffered a major blow as WR Eric Decker will be out with a rotator cuff injury. The Professor will be the sideline reporter at the Cardinals/Rams game and gives us a preview of that game.
John Clayton talks about Byron Maxwell is getting benched by the Dolphins in tonight's game, Josh Gordon puts his career on hold to go to rehab, and Johnny Manziel is going back to school.
John Clayton talks about what the Seahawks expect from CJ Spiller and what his acquisition means for the timetable on CJ Procise's return. Also, John says since the Seahawks haven't added a QB to their roster, it means Russell will start against the Jets.
John Clayton talks about Austin Seferian-Jenkins getting picked up by the Jets after the Bucs waived him following a second DUI arrest. Also, how much different would the game look if the Seahawks decided to start Trevone Boykin over Wilson?
John Clayton gives us his expectations of the 49ers/Seahawks matchup. He also thinks the Seahawks will win, but not cover the 9-point spread.
The Professor explains why the Seahawks may have been 'picked on' by refs for getting 3 offensive pass interference calls (which most teams have as a SEASON average) because they saw something in the way the receivers react to defenders. He also talks about Charlie Whitehurst coming back to the league with the Cleveland Browns.
John Clayton says the Seahawks have most likely already appealed the league's decision to fine the coaches and take away a 5th round pick, so no more recourse remains. He also says it's concerning that in two games the Seahawks have only put up 15 points and an O-Line move may be what they need.
John Clayton joins the guys briefly to ponder how the news of J'Marcus Webb missing practice and how that may change the O-Line for the Seahawks. Also, will Todd Gurley be out for the Rams?
John Clayton talks about how Tharold Simon’s departure and pickup by the Arizona Cardinals could effect them in the future. Also the professor takes a look at Dak Prescott’s first game as the Cowboys QB.
John Clayton breaks down whether the Rams are that bad or are the 49ers that good after last night's game? Jacksonville RB Chris Ivory is out of hospital, is there a timetable on his return? Also who was the biggest week 1 surprise player?
John Clayton talks about the Seahawks opener and how Russell Wilson ankle injury could impact next week's matchup with the Rams. He also says Arizona not being able to beat New England with Jimmy Garoppolo at QB was inexcusable.
John Clayton gives us his thoughts on what the Seahawks plan is at right guard on Sunday? Will that impact who they decide to play at center? Christine Michael will get the start, so how many carries does Thomas Rawls get?
John Clayton talks about how much of an impact the Germain Ifedi injury will have on the Seahawks O-Line. He also gives his pick for tonight's season opener between Denver and Carolina.
John Clayton talks about some deals that got done and we learn a lot about the Drew Brees contract (because Dave wasn't listening). John also talks about what lies ahead for the Patriots in week 1 with Jimmy (or is it Janeane) Garoppolo facing Arizona.
John Clayton gives us the latest from around the NFL, such as explaining why #1 pick Jared Goff is inactive. How long will Shaun Hill be the starter in Minnesota and why are the Vikings favorites on the road against the Titans?
John Clayton takes a look around the league and goes over some possibly surprising cuts and where those players could end up. Even though he struggled, Clayton thinks Trevone Boykin will remain the Seahawks backup.
John Clayton joins us and tells us the Seahawks who will be fighting for a roster spot in tomorrow's pre-season finale. He also speculates on the futures of QB's Colin Kaepernick and Mark Sanchez.
John Clayton gives us an update on Teddy Bridgewater who has suffered a horrible leg injury that ends his season. He also thinks there's no way Troymaine Pope makes the Seahawks over Alex Collins.
It's an abbreviated "Cold Hard Facts" as the Professor looks at the chances of Patrick Lewis being traded and a possible veteran brought in at QB.
John Clayton thinks that Brandon Browner will make the Seahawks even though the other guys think he'll just miss the cut. He also thinks Kenny Lawler can make the team as the 5th or 6th receiver.
John Clayton is back from his Florida tour of training camps and he says the Jaguars are ahead of the Bucs. Also the Dallas backup QB has been amazing, should we expect more from Trevone Boykin?
John Clayton says that despite throwing a pick 6, Trevone Boykin has earned his way on the Seahawks as Russell Wilson's backup. He also says the one-game suspension for Josh Brown in enough because no charges have been filed against him.
John Clayton joins us from Florida again talking about what to look for in tonight's pre-season game 2 against the Vikings. The Professor doesn't think the Seahawks will look for a veteran backup QB because Trevone Boykin has done so well.
John Clayton joined us from Florida where he had eyes on both the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Bucs. Bruce Arians was hospitalized for diverticulitis and John shares his problem with that ailment resulting in getting part of his colon removed. He thinks the Seahawks could have up to 4 non-drafted rookie free agents on the roster.