The Sound of the Seahawks, episode 2 review: "We want to be as aggressive as we've ever been"
Seaside Bonus: The Seahawks are finally attempting to make a YouTube series
If you feel like you’re the type of Seahawks fan who finds anything other than praise for all things Seahawks to be abhorrent, this will not be the post for you. It may not be the newsletter for you. Fitting with today’s subject, imagine if a defensive player went up to Clint Hurtt after practice and said, “Coach, today during OTAs you told me that I did a few things wrong. I really don’t think you should’ve done that, Coach. You should have just told me that everything I did was right. You should only be hyping me up out here.”
Would you want Hurtt to acquiesce to that player?
Would you want the Seahawks to cut that player?
If the Seattle Seahawks are going to release a Hard Knocks-style docuseries on their YouTube channel, as I’ve been imploring them to do for years, then I am going to review it. I am going to review it fairly. As if it were a docuseries by any other team.
If that intention feels antithetical to the Seahawks fan in you, I encourage you to skip today’s bonus article.
If you are interested in an unbiased review of a Seahawks video series, with positive and negative comments about the content, then this is the bonus post for you.
The Seattle Seahawks released episode two of The Sound of the Seahawks, titled “Extended Family”, on Wednesday. You can watch the full episode here.
Regular Joe premium subscribers can read my full thoughts below, as well as listen to a 40-minute bonus podcast rant that I recorded after watching The Sound of the Seahawks twice today.