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Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson fumbles on Seattle's best chance at a go-ahead score late in the fourth quarter.
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Seattle Seahawks blogger "Q" tells us The Seahawks need to play today like this is the 2011 NFC Wildcard game vs. the Saints. They need to protect their house, they need the Seahawks 12th man, they need Brandon Browner, Richard Sherman, Marshawn Lynch, Red Bryant and Tarvaris Jackson to have career defining games. They need BIGTIME effort. By the way, we also need some...
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Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us the Seahawks need some help to achieve their post-season dreams in 2011/12. So Christmas is going to come early. Here's our Seattle Seahawks Xmas gifts. Re-sign Big Red Bryant for starters, grab a QB of the future, have San Diego Chargers beat the Detroit Lions on Saturday, Resign The Beast. Marshawn Lynch needs to be resigned.
I’ve been trying to figure out how to introduce this book to my readers for some time. It is a “perfect holiday present for any 12th man.” It’s also something that “should be required reading for all Seahawks fans.” It’s also a large number of other superlatives that I’ve thought of and have decided not to use. Instead, I’ll just say what the title of this posts...
Jim Harbaugh and Pete Carroll may not always get along - see USC vs. Stanford - or find much the polarizing coaches can agree on.
The Seahawks and 49ers are eerily similar teams. Both tend to play better in the second half of games than they do in the first, Seattle moreso than San Francisco. Both teams feature strong defenses; the 49ers' defense has fared better than Seattle's this season, but the difference isn't as great as you might think:
A stunning fourth-quarter sequence Saturday nearly resulted in a third consecutive road loss for the 49ers. Instead, they rallied past the host Seattle Seahawks 19-17.