Found December 26, 2011 on
NorthWest Sports Beat:
Jason Green weighs in with five reasons the Seattle Seahawks managed to find a way to come up just short vs the 49ers on Christmas Eve. A 19-17 loss to the 49ers was a tough and bitter pill to swallow. As Detroit defeated San Diego as well on Saturday all but slamming the door on the Seahawks 2011/12 playoff chances. Marshawn Lynch, Frank Gore and rookie RB Kendall Hunter all had good games rushing the ball.
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Tue, 27 Dec 2011 12:00:10 CST
I’m not going to lie, Nike did it again. That’s some pretty sweet stuff right there. Marshawn Lynch has created a monster with this Skittles thing. I really hope this doesn’t start a trend of athletes popping candy on the sidelines trying to get seen. We really don’t need to see Cam Newton eating Nerds on the sidelines. Let’s just leave it with Marshawn and his Skittles...
Marshawn Lynch got his 100 yards. He scored the first touchdown rushing this season against San Francisco, and with it came another shower of Skittles that required industrial blowers to clear the end zone of debris.
At some point during their extreme makeover this season, the 49ers received a long-missing backbone.
Running back Frank Gore believes the procedure took place around 2:30 p.m. EDT on Oct. 2 when the 49ers entered the visitors' locker room at Lincoln Financial trailing the Eagles 20-3 at...
After each week of the regular season and possibly during the NFL playoffs should the Seattle Seahawks be so lucky Dave B will stop by and bring you his Seahawks game balls. Balls are awarded to the Seahawks offensive MVP yet again running back Marshawn Lynch, and on defense this week DB Kam Chancellor.
With the Pro Bowl list announced on Tuesday, the annual flood of most-snubbed lists and overall critiques of the selections have followed. So of course, I’ve selected a few for your perusal. Michael Lombardi of NFL.com lists Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch and Brandon Mebane as potential players who should have been on the list. Elliott Harrison at NFL.com lists Green Bay’s B.J...
With the loss to San Francisco, the Seahawks are now officially eliminated from the playoffs. Even so, the 11-3 division champion 49ers had to fight all the way down to the end to seal their victory, and that was against a Seattle team missing three starting offensive linemen and both starting wide receivers.It may have taken half the season to get there, but Pete Carroll has...