The Seahawks’ championship window isn’t closed
After a disappointing home loss to Atlanta, Colin immediately began seeing some in the media pushing a narrative that the Seahawks championship window has already closed. Colin disagrees, and thinks that as long as Seattle has the organizational cornerstones of Russell Wilson at QB, Pete Carroll, and GM John Schneider in place, they can still win Super Bowls.
Seattle has issues, but their title window is still open as long as Wilson is the QB and the organizational structure is in place..
Russell Westbrook is struggling to find his identity with OKC’s Big 3
The Thunder and their newly formed Big 3 have struggled to a 7-9 start to the the NBA season, and reigning NBA MVP Russell Westbrook’s stats are down across the board. Colin doesn’t think losing games early in the year is any reason to panic, but he is concerned that Westbrook’s field goal and free throw percentages are significantly down because those statistical declines indicate his struggles are in his head. Colin attributes the dips to Westbrook going out of his way to help his new teammates fit in, but it’s not who he is, and it shows.
Westbrook needs to stop concerning himself with Paul George and Carmelo Anthony are happy, and get back to playing with the reckless abandon that has made him one of the top stars in the game. Right now, the new approach isn’t working.
Colin’s Herd Hierarchy after NFL Week 11
Jimmy Johnson – Fox NFL Sunday co-host and Super Bowl champion is in-studio to talk about Seattle’s poor game management; what characteristics he valued when evaluating talent; and why he wouldn’t take Mayfield off his draft board for his off-field incidents.
Willie McGiniest – NFL Analyst is in-studio to discuss Bill Belichick transforming the Patriots defense; and if race was a factor in Tyrod Taylor’s benching.
Jim Jackson – FS1 NBA Analyst is in-studio explaining why Kyrie made the right choice to leave the Cavs; and why it’s too early to call Lonzo Ball a bust.