Found October 15, 2012 on Outside the Boxscore:
If you were looking for the hit of the weekend from the NFL's week six, it came from the Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner. Watch as he lights up New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker: (Courtesy of The Big Lead)

Seahawks' Richard Sherman promises to continue quieting media haters

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman wants to be known as one of the league’s top corners, and he wants the respect for his team that he feels they deserve. He’s loudly taking care of both. Sherman went back and forth with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, and got the last laugh after the Seahawks upset the Patriots at Qwest Field. Sherman has now turned his attention to...

Seahawks’ Richard Sherman plans on shutting up the media every week

After beating the Patriots on Sunday, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman mocked quarterback Tom Brady on Twitter, which was quite entertaining,. But now it looks like he’s looking for too much attention.“It’s not a shock for us, we believe we have a great ball club, we believe we can play with anybody,” Sherman said, via “You know, NFL Network and all...

Bill Belichick (via Silverman’s Best: Patriots vs....

Bill Belichick (via Silverman’s Best: Patriots vs. Seahawks - 10/14/2012)

Take that Brady, Seattle corner says we’re better

There are many reasons not to like Tom Brady, so many that I don’t feel like writing the novel on it.He’s a competitive guy and that showed against the Seattle Seahawks as he was obviously frustrated at times cursing himself after he threw his two interceptions on the day.The Seahawks wanted to make sure they rubbed it in a little after the game on Sunday when cornerback Richard...

How to lose a football game in three simple steps: Brought to you by the 2012 New England Patriots

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots choked away a game in Seattle on SundayIt’s very easy to write the book on how to win football games in the NFL. By following the common rules of good football such as “manage time wisely” or “be more physical than the opposition”. It is a lot harder to write the other book. THat’s the book on how to lose football games and, of course...

Gritty Seahawks Comeback to Edge Patriots, 24-23

On a yet another rainy day in Seattle, just their 81st in a row with some sort of rain, the gritty young Seahawks mounted another comeback on their homefield and dispatched the New England Patriots, 24-23 with a last minute touchdown at CenturyLink Field on Sunday afternoon. No matter what you think of the Patriots effort on either side of the ball a few guys did show up to play...

Stevan Ridley Has Nowhere To Run at Seattle

Stevan Ridley couldn't get anything going Sunday against the Seahawks. The New England halfback finished the day with only 34 yards on 16 carries.Fantasy Spin:Seattle's run defense is one of the strongest in the league and it didn't take long for the Patriots to figure that out. New England abandoned the run game early resulting in a season-high 58 passing attempts for...

Seahawks Shock Patriots: Five Things We Learned

Seattle's surprising win over the New England Patriots left the Seahawks at 4-2 and tied with the 49ers at the top of the suddenly formidable NFC West.  Meanwhile, New England, a heavy favorite to win its tenth division title in the last 12 years, finds itself unexpectedly in a four-way tie atop the AFC East.  Here's what we learned:1. New England's Secondary Needs...

Secondary: What goes on back there? - Patriots -

Secondary: What goes on back there? - Patriots - Time to officially bury the “bend...

Pats 17, Seahawks 10 at the half

The Patriots lead the Seahawks 17-10 at halftime in Seattle. But New England left points on the board in the first half. An intentional grounding by Tom Brady with 1 second left in the half led to a 10-second run off, which ended the quarter. The Pats could've extended the lead to 20-10 with a Stephen Gostkowski field goal attempt.Aaron Hernandez and Wes Welker each have touchdown...

Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers NFL Week 7 Preview

DEAN RUTZ / THE SEATTLE TIMES Follow @Dan Vasta and like Gridiron Grit on Facebook  This has a knack for being a defensive slugfest that everybody should enjoy! Both defenses are fearless and talk a bunch of game, although they back it up with the best of them. Seattle and San Francisco are second and third respectively, but they are fourth and first in points allowed per game...

Inside look at the Patriots' top route concept | National Football Post

Inside look at the Patriots' top route concept | National Football Post: Great X and O breakdown...

Seahaws DB to Tom Brady: ‘U MAD BRO?’

Trade Deadline Possibilities

The trade deadline is quickly approaching come Week 8 of the season. Bleacher Report put out an article putting together some possible moves the Patriots could make. That got me to thinking.Now we all know Bill isn't too fond of making big midseason acquisitions, the last being trading away Randy Moss and bringing back Dion Branch. However, with some of the woes and holes in...

SportsFans In HeadBands Episode 22:

Welcome to this edition of SportsFans In HeadBands.  We’ll break down a frustrating weekend in the NFL.  We’ll discuss the blunders which may have led to the Patriots loss to the Seahawks. Who do you think is the best team in the NFL: AFC and NFC?  We’ll try and figure out who Richard Sherman is and why [...]
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