Found February 09, 2012 on Seahawk Addicts:
[Note: Recurring computer problems have kept me sidelined for the last two weeks, but I think I’ve finally got them solved.  The way I see it, my PC was at least polite enough to wait until the Seahawks’ season was over to give me trouble.] Although the Seahawks’ 2011 season ended with them eliminated from playoff contention for the third time in the last four years, I’d be hard pressed to label it a disappointment.  Okay, so the 2-6 start to the year was pretty much the textbook definition of disappointment, but that was before Pete Carroll’s team salvaged a 7-9 finish from that dismal start, thanks in no small part to the talent unearthed by John Schneider and his 200+ roster transactions over the last two years.  Hey, nobody ever said rebuilding the team from the ground up was going to be quick and painless, right? Thankfully, unlike the last few years under Seattle’s last general manager Tim Ruskell, at least it’s pain with a purpose.  Do you guys remember 2008, the year we fo...
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