Peltoncast No. 72 with Natalie Weiner

Third Pelton Brother Natalie Weiner helps us recap Sunday’s Seahawks loss at Green Bay and what it means going forward. Plus what to look for in the MOU, a Husky blowout and more.

UPDATE: This podcast was recorded before Seattle mayor Ed Murray resigned Tuesday after a fifth victim, this one a relative, came forward to accuse him of sexual abuse. While this news will have important implications for the Seattle arena debate that we will discuss in time, today our focus is on the horrible allegations against the mayor and our thoughts with his accusers in this difficult time for them.


Intro – Toasting our fourth anniversary (sort of) with Two Beers Fresh Hop IPA
4:30 – Dick’s Drive-In announces its new location in Kent (Midway).
8:30 – What to look for when the City of Seattle announces its Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Oak View Group to renovate KeyArena into an NBA/NHL facility. Note that this announcement was delayed in the wake of Mayor Murray’s resignation.
14:00 – Sounders extend unbeaten streak to 12 and streak of draws that felt like losses to three.
20:00 – Storm’s season comes to an end in Phoenix and a quick offseason preview.
22:30 – What did we learn about the Huskies in a blowout win in their home opener over Montana?
35:00 – Debuting a new segment: “Airing of grievances”
40:30 – Natalie joins us to break down the good and bad of Sunday’s game, discuss Jermaine Kearse and take a quick look at next Sunday’s matchup with the 49ers

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Peltoncast Seattle Arena Update
A new Dick’s Drive-In is coming to Kent
Softy on MOU
What to expect in Seattle arena agreement
Oak View Group KeyArena renovation proposal
FiveThirtyEight: SPI projections
American Soccer Analysis: Expected Goals
WNBA salaries DB
Ben B on yards per play/consistency
Ben B on yards per play/consistency
Pro Football Focus grades for the Seahawks’ D Snap Counts
Zach Whitman’s poll on whether Eddie Lacy will outlast Cary Williams on the Seahawks roster
Damien Woody on the Seahawks’ O-line
Geoff Schwartz on the Seahawks’ O-line
Brian Baldinger on the Seahawks’ O-line

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