Thursday Rewind: Seahawks Huddle, Week 11

Nov 18, 2010, 4:21 PM | Updated: Apr 4, 2011, 7:47 pm

The Groz, Dave Wyman, and Ray Roberts broadcasted the “Seahawks Huddle” live from the VMAC this afternoon, giving you all the knowledge you need heading into Sunday’s game against the defending World Champion New Orleans Saints.

Wide receiver Mike Williams had the best game of his career against the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday – 11 receptions for 145 yards – despite a broken finger on his right hand. His breakthrough season has made him the leading candidate for the NFL’s Most Improved Player award after being out of football for the past two seasons.

On the “Huddle”, Williams talked about his struggles getting back to the league, and how he changed his mindset to become one of the more productive receivers in the league this year.

Linebacker Will Herring talked about the NFL’s new policy on hard hits, and how it affects the way he plays on Sunday’s.

Right tackle Sean Locklear is only one of two Seahawks’ offensive lineman to start every game this season. Locklear talked about working with a makeshift offensive line, and how they’ve been able to protect quarterback Matt Hasselbeck this year.

Seahawks insider Clare Farnsworth recapped the big victory over the Cardinals, and looked ahead to facing the World Champion Saints in New Orleans this weekend.

ESPN NFC West blogger Mike Sando talked about the news and happenings from around the division, including a transition at quarterback in San Francisco from one Smith (Alex Smith) to another (Troy Smith).

In honor of winning his first AL Cy Young award, here’s a picture of Felix Hernandez and pitcher Garrett Olsen dressed up as Jules Winnfield and Vincent Vega from the movie Pulp Fiction for an upcoming issue of ESPN the Magazine.Felix Hernandez and Garrett Olsen

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