Common Ground Football Podcast
Cardinals go to Jacksonville, Rams host the defending champs, and the Niners face their offseason drama and the Packers. All that and the Seahawks head to Minnesota to face off with the winless Viking
The view from the bottom sucks. Not this episode, no, no, no, I mean the Seahawks view from the bottom of the division standings sucks. After a disappointing loss in overtime to the Titans, there are
In a first of its kind preview episode, Bryan talks about the week 2 match ups for all the NFC West teams, including the Seahawks home opener against the Titans. Check it out for all that plus Winners
Week 1 of the 2021 NFL Season was bananas! Bryan recaps the NFC West results including lots of Seahawks talk. There were other games that were worth mentioning, so he does as well as some thoughts on
We made it to Week 1 of the NFL season. Bryan goes over 2021 rule changes, power rankings, quickly touching the other NFC West teams, and then discusses lots of Seahawks news including a Pete Carroll
Preseason is over, well at least the games are. Today was roster cut down day. All NFL teams had to get down to the regular season 53 and that is always a rough day. Lot’s of guys never play again, so
Bryan covers week 1 of the preseason the only way he knows how, plus Tim Tebow, vaccination requirements, and taunting all lead the list of topics discussed from around the NFL. A quick zoom around th
Bryan returns for the season 3 premiere to give an update on the future of the podcast, and what we can all expect going forward. He covers the biggest stories in the NFL from the time away, takes a q
The 2019 NFL season is officially in done! Bryan goes through his recap of Super Bowl LIV. What went right for the Chiefs along with what went wrong for Niners, and did the game live up to expectations? He covers the halftime show and of course the com...
We are back and just in time for the big game. Bryan does a very quick recap of the Seahawks final 2019 game, and then moves on to Super Bowl discussion. What is the biggest key for each team to beat the other according to Bryan?