Found September 18, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
According to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times,  Seahawks fullback Spencer Ware suffered a significant ankle sprain during Sunday’s win over the 49ers. Carroll also says FB Spencer Ware suffered a significant ankle sprain on the final play of the game. — Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) September 17, 2013 You have to wonder if the Seahawks will give Michael Robinson a call if Ware is expected to miss a lot of time.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Seahawks FB Spencer Ware has a significant ankle sprain appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Richard Sherman is Kanye West

Rewind to Sunday’s postgame backdrop after the Seattle Seahawks spent the second half of their game against the San Francisco 49ers stomping them out. Cornerback/defensive mouthpiece, Richard Sherman is poking fun at his college coach whom he just shamed for a second time. After baiting Jim Haurbaugh, he quickly spits fire during an inflammatory quickie interview that calls out...

Robert Turbin: Backing Up the Beast

  Robert Turbin (@SNFonNBC) With Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch running wild and powering over defenses and Russell Wilson’s ability to sprint outside of the pocket for massive yards, it is easy to overlook the Seahawks’ backup running back, Robert Turbin. You might yell “who” at the top of your lungs after reading that name, but Turbin, the fourth round draft pick from...

49ers fans write letter to paper to complain about Seattle crowd noise

The home-field advantage is one of the better-known aspects in all of sports. Numbers continuously show that playing in your home stadium produces positive results. Many factors can be attributed to this notion, whether it is the comfort of sleeping in your own bed the night before a big game, or merely the familiarity with the nooks and crannies of your home-field. Another undeniable...

Macklemore Leads The Seahawks 12th Man Army In Updated “Can’t Hold Us” Video

Macklemore “Can’t Hold Us” with Seahawks highlights from Pete Carroll on Vimeo.Struttin’ Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll shared an updated Macklemore video for “Can’t Hold Us” featuring the singer dragging the 12th Man flag around the set of THE GREY and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers stadium installation. Warning for epileptics; the video editor went heavy on the...

Slow Walking Is The Last Legal Taunt

In SNF's evisceration / division home game held serve with authority where Seattle curb-stomped San Francisco, there was an utterly lovely moment for those of us who had Seattle plus the points. Seahawks QB Russell Wilson threw a nice ball out into the flat against a goal line blitz, finding RB Marshawn Lynch at the Niner 2-yard line. With no defensive player within 50 feet of...

Seattle shines even with key starters out

Given a primetime stage, the Seattle Seahawks again excelled, getting the upper hand in the NFC West. What's scary for the rest of their division is just how many key parts the Seahawks expected to be significant contributors that were watching from the sideline on Sunday night when Seattle routed San Francisco 29-3. The highly awaited showdown between division foes was completely...

Are the Seahawks Who We Thought They Were?

The NFL is a "what have you done for me lately" type of league. The Seattle Seahawks did a lot for us on Sunday night, leaving many who to overreact by calling them the Super Bowl favorites, asserting Richard Sherman as the NFL’s best cornerback, and claiming Jim Harbaugh is an idiot. But is this defense unbeatable? Better yet, is it the same on the road? Let’s...

Seattle vs San Francisco game provides fan photo of the year

One Seattle Seahawks fan seems to have identified an undercover cop in San Francisco 49ers gear - and given us the photo of the year in the process.

Seahawks LT Okung likely out vs. Jags

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says left tackle Russell Okung is unlikely to play on Sunday against Jacksonville after suffering a toe injury against San Francisco.

Behold The Glorious 49ers Fan Bitterness

The biggest storyline coming out of the Seahawks’ blowout win over the 49ers on Sunday night was how stifling the crowd noise was for the San Francisco offense. That tends to happen when the stadium sets a world record decibel level for a sporting event.While no one likes to see their team lose to a hated division rival, rather than just lick their wounds and move on, some 49ers...

Red Bryant ran over Mike Iupati (GIF)

Seahawks defensive tackle Red Bryant ran over 49ers offensive lineman Mike Iupati like he was a speed bump.     Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Red Bryant ran over Mike Iupati (GIF) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks: Three Interesting Facts

The Seattle Seahawks dominated the San Francisco 49ers Sunday night in a 29-3 victory. In a game that was delayed by lightning in Seattle, the Seahawks beat the 49ers on offense and defense.After advancing to the Super Bowl last season, San Francisco, and especially quarterback Colin Kaepernick, looked downright awful.The game displayed an interesting story line as the two teams...

NFL’2013 Cherry Picks Week 3 & referee-Gate Revisited

Ref-Gate 9-24-12: Green Bay v. Seattle “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times (Dickens).” When the replacement referees finally closed the book on NFL Week 3 last year with their now infamous “simultaneous catch” call, it sure as heck must’ve felt like “the best of times” for winner Seattle, as Green Bay strode off the tundra in dismay. Never in this writer’s...

Why The Seahawks Have Best Home Field Advantage in America

The Seattle Seahawks haven’t lost a home game since Christmas Eve 2011.  On Sunday night they broke the Guinness Book of World Records for loudest stadium in the world when they were recorded at 136.6 decibels against the San Francisco 49ers at CenturyLink Field.  It has become no secret that the Seahawks have one of the NFL’s best home field advantages, but how has a franchise...
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