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Seattle Sports Nut:
The game against the Cowboys, was one of the best games I’ve seen from the Seahawks. They made me feel proud to be apart of the 12th Man. First I’d like to start with the offense, it looked really good in the way that they finally started to put drives together. Russell Wilson had some very good plays using his mobility to get a few first downs and his college accuracy was in show. Marshawn Lynch was on fire, I just love watching him run the ball. Lynch can move the pile with 5-6 linemen in them and get those crucial extra yards. Golden Tate showed up big with some nice catches, and of course that awesome block that he had, which in my opinion was a fair block and not to the head or neck area.
The defense once again showed up on Sunday. Browner had a pick that I thought he turned into a nice return with help of some good blocking. We got see a glimpse of what Bruce Irvin can bring to the table, his sack was very nice and I think he should of got the full sack rather than a 0.5 sack. Kj Wright’s defended pass against Jason Witten, was one of the best defended passes by a linebacker that I have ever seen. I think that even Witten was surprised that he didn’t even get a chance to catch it.
Last, special teams; they looked awesome, a blocked punt and a fumble on the opening kickoff. What a way to start the game off in the first quarter. I think the Seahawks have done a great job with keeping players on the roster than can make impact plays on the special teams part of the game.
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Terrell Owens reportedly only made $4,342.86 during his short stint with the Seattle Seahawks, a total that means he was paid approximately $28.57 per hour.
The Dallas cowboys came to town Sunday to take on our Seattle Seahawks. The last 2 meetings were in Dallas and the last 3 meetings went in favor of the Cowboys.
Seattle 27, Dallas 7
When: 4:05 PM ET, Sunday, September 16, 2012
Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington
Head Official: Donovan Briggans
Boxscore | Recap
The Dallas Cowboys feel that they have given Felix Jones plenty of chances to succeed. He was handed the starting role as running back and given plenty of opportunities to show that he can be a lead back and receiver out of the backfield. Dallas also even decided to try Jones as a kick returner to show his explosiveness on a regular basis.
But after another costly turnover by Jones...
If Terrell Owens known the outcome of his future with the Seattle Seahawks, most likely he would had remained searching for a team instead of trying to make the team. According to a report, Owens was only paid $4,342.86 for his time with the Seahawks, which is pretty sad given the fact that Owens, at one point, made $49 million with the Eagles almost 10 years ago. If you do the calculations...
Just like that, the Dallas Cowboys are a .500 team again.
While it's only two games into the season, there was a long list of mistakes in their loss at Seattle. In a year that they have insisted has to be different after being distinctly average for so long, the Cowboys are 1-1.
After opening the season by winning on the road against the defending Super Bowl champion New York...
The Cowboys' performance yesterday against the Seattle Seahawks was hard for any Dallas fan to watch, and this guy couldn't hold it in. The good news is that there's plenty of time to bounce back, but this is the type of outburst that legends are made of. If videos like this continue, we may all find ourselves hoping for Cowboys losses in the future.
DeMarcus Ware Comments On No Flag For Sean Lee -
“It really pissed me off. You’ve sort of got to take that mentality back to them. That’s part of this game. It’s a brutal game.”
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Although Cowboys running back Felix Jones has been relegated to a backup role, Dallas owner Jerry Jones said on the radio Tuesday it's ridiculous to think the team would cut the 2008 first-round pick. I feel like were in good shape, Jones said on 105.3 The Fan [KRLD-FM], according to The Dallas Morning News. I think we saw him be quick at practice last week. I think we...
This is yet another opportunity to call out the replacement refs as they missed a huge illegal block delivered to Sean Lee from Golden Tate, one of Seattle’s many hopeful playmakers.
This week Seattle’s entire team can take on the title ‘Beast Mode’ as they smash a Cowboys team who looked great in their opener against the Super Bowl champion New York Giants. Their success...
Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate was fined $21,000 for blindsiding the Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee in a Week 2 matchup, according to Tim MacMahon of ESPN.com:
I knew that I didnt hit him in his helmet, Tate said after the game. I hit him somewhere down here [at chest level]. But the rules change so much that you never really know.
The crown of Tates helmet...
Bruce Carter was a member of the Dallas Cowboys in 2011.
He just didn't feel like one.
Recovery from knee surgery forced Carter to miss the first six games of his rookie season. When he returned, he barely touched the field as a linebacker. Carter was instead used almost exclusively on special teams.
"It was definitely tough, especially not being able to play (defense...
Tight end Kellen Winslow, who worked out for the Patriots a couple of weeks ago, signed with New England, according to an ESPN report.Fantasy Spin:With Aaron Hernandez sidelined for a few weeks due to a high-ankle sprain, the Patroits quickly filled the spot. Winslow still doesn't figure to have much fantasy value in his first week with the team.