The 5th Quarter Podcast lets you bring the expertise and analysis of KING 5's sports team and Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon with you wherever you go throughout the Seahawks season. Paul Silvi, Chris Egan, and guests will bring a conversational and informative look as the team makes a run for another Super Bowl title.
You can listen to each episode at the links below or download them on iTunes
Paul Silvi and 710 ESPN's Brock Huard breaks down the Seahawks 42-7 loss at home to the Rams. Huard tells us what went wrong, dealing with Todd Gurley, and getting ready for the Cowboys.
Paul Silvi and Chris Egan look ahead to Sunday's critical NFC West showdown between the Seattle Seahawks and L.A. Rams. A win for Seattle puts them in the lead in the division. A loss could cost them a trip to the playoffs for the first time since 2011.
A break down of the Seahawks win over the Eagles, a team with the best record in the NFL. Seattle beat them 24-10.
Defense helps the Seahawks beat the 49ers, 24-13. Bobby Wagner had a big game, including an interception.
Paul Silvi and Chris Egan discuss the Seahawks loss to the Atlanta Falcons, that highly criticized fake field goal play call by Pete Carroll, and the continued problems with the Seahawks' running game. Then they look ahead to Sunday's game against the 49ers, who the Seahawks barely beat at home in Week 2.
The Seahawks will be playing without Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor. The Hawks need to find someone to replace them.
Who is the likely replacement for Richard Sherman? Plus, how the Seahawks running game compares to the rest of the NFL.
The Thursday night win was dominated by the defense, but marred by more penalties and the loss of cornerback Richard Sherman for the season to a ruptured Achilles.
Seattle lost to the Washington at home, 17-14. The Hawks had 16 penalties, 3 missed field goals, and had to deal with the weather.
A wild game between the Seahawks and Texans turned into a wild week when the two teams combined on a complicated trade that sent Pro Bowl offensive lineman Duane Brown to Seattle and almost sent cornerback Jeremy Lane to Houston. Paul Silvi and Chris Egan discuss that and look ahead to the Redskins game on Sunday.
The Seahawks won 41-38 after some last-second magic again by Russell Wilson, with a game-winning score to a man who was rumored to be on the trade block when the day began.
Paul Silvi and Chris Egan lookahead to Sunday's game against rookie sensation DeShaun Watson and the Houston Texans. They also discuss the dominant Seahawks defense, the ongoing injury issues with running back C.J. Prosise, and the sideline confrontation between Doug Baldwin and Tom Cable last Sunday.
Once again, a dominant defensive performance by the Seahawks made up for a slow start for the offense.
Paul Silvi and Chris Egan look ahead to the Seahawks game against the New York Giants, who surprised everyone with a win last week. Also, what's next for Cliff Avril after he was put on injured reserve and reports he might mull retirement. And what do the Seahawks need to do to get their offense moving?
Former Skyline star Jake Heaps swings by the KING 5 Sports podcast room to talk about the Seahawks during the bye week, his time with the Hawks, and Russell Wilson's involvement in the camp he runs for RWQB Academy.
Paul Silvi and Chris Egan discuss last Sunday's second-half surge that helped propel the Seahawks to a blowout win over the Colts, and look ahead to Sunday's divisional matchup against the resurgent Los Angeles Rams. The Seahawks will be missing some key players due to injuries.
Seattle trailed 15-10 at halftime, but finally got the offense moving with some explosive plays and a couple big hands from the defense which scored two touchdowns. But the game was marred by a significant injury to a standout rookie.
Discussion of the Seattle Seahawks' 33-27 loss to the Tennessee Titans, including the defense's difficulty in stopping the Titans' offense and how the Seahawks adjusted to score late in the game.
Paul Silvi and Chris Egan look ahead to this Sunday's Seahawks-Titans game in Tennessee, the extra emphasis on the defense because of the offensive struggles, Richard Sherman's comments about injury reports and gambling, and a look back at that ugly win over the 49ers.
The Seahawks defense struggled to contain Carlos Hyde; the wet conditions. Russell Wilson stepped up at the end and the celebration of Paul Allen keeping the team in Seattle 20 years ago.
Paul Silvi and Chris Egan take a deeper look back at what happened in the Seahawks' 17-9 loss Sunday, including whether the offensive line is as good as it's going to get and how much pressure that puts on the defense. Also, were the refs wrong to call that illegal block on Cliff Avril, costing the Seahawks a touchdown? And what do we expect as the 49ers come into CenturyLink Field this Sunday?
Seattle's defense was stout as usual, but the offense struggled mightily. And then there was the phantom punch that got cornerback Jeremy Lane ejected.