Found September 02, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
I’m at that point where I’m  tired of analyzing the teams. Most of the year I love reading and writing about match ups, players, teams, and rankings, It’s my passion. But we have had seven months of off season to examine each and every team, and every single player. And I just want to watch football games that count now. I’m ready for the season. So these are just my final thoughts on the Seattle Seahawks before we open up the season in Carolina on Sunday... Read more
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