Found September 17, 2012 on
The Seattle Seahawks can beat good teams playing “old school” footballMuch like the San Francisco 49ers last year, the Seattle Seahawks have a chance to overachieve this year if they play like they did against the Cowboys.They stuck to the fundamentals of sticking to the run, playing physical defense and generally playing all around fundamental football.Last year, the Seahawks had a underrated defense and quietly assembled one of the best secondaries in the game. However, their offense did not play up to the same level.This game showed that while Seattle may not put up 30+ points a game, they can run an efficient offense.They pounded the ball to set up the play action and when he threw the ball Russell Wilson was solid and took advantage of the weaknesses of the Cowboys defense. The offensive line was simply more physical than the Cowboys defensive line and wore them down as the game went on. Seattle's defense is playoff caliber already, and if their offense can play like this o...
BEST OF MAXIM
Another season, another quarterback and the same problem persists on offense for the Seattle Seahawks with the production of wide receivers. Oh sure, the Seahawks have had some big names at wide receiver like Steve Largent and a, Steve Largent. Whoa, that’s the only big name wide receiver the Seahawks have had? Unless you count Brian Blades or Darrell Jackson, but most people other...
I’m sure like all fans, we are just pissed off beyond belief and with plenty reason. The Cowboys let us down, simple as that. Here we are thinking the Cowboys turned the corner after a great win on the road against the champs, but then they don’t even show up in Seattle. So much for thinking the Cowboys were returning to the 90′s, no these are the same ole Cowboys – inconsistent...
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate isn't exactly known as guy who delivers punishing hits but he decided to show off his blocking skills against the Dallas Cowboys.
As Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson got outside the pocket to run for a first down, Tate laid out Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee with a nasty hit:
The Cowboys' performance yesterday against the Seattle Seahawks was hard for any Dallas fan to watch, and this guy couldn't hold it in. The good news is that there's plenty of time to bounce back, but this is the type of outburst that legends are made of. If videos like this continue, we may all find ourselves hoping for Cowboys losses in the future.
Just like that, the Dallas Cowboys are a .500 team again.
While it's only two games into the season, there was a long list of mistakes in their loss at Seattle. In a year that they have insisted has to be different after being distinctly average for so long, the Cowboys are 1-1.
After opening the season by winning on the road against the defending Super Bowl champion New York...
DeMarcus Ware Comments On No Flag For Sean Lee -
“It really pissed me off. You’ve sort of got to take that mentality back to them. That’s part of this game. It’s a brutal game.”
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This is yet another opportunity to call out the replacement refs as they missed a huge illegal block delivered to Sean Lee from Golden Tate, one of Seattle’s many hopeful playmakers.
This week Seattle’s entire team can take on the title ‘Beast Mode’ as they smash a Cowboys team who looked great in their opener against the Super Bowl champion New York Giants. Their success...