The Seahawks Peck And Claw Back From An NFL Disgrace
If there's a common truth for sports fans to embrace, it is this:
THE SEATTLE SEAHAWKS ARE DUE.
Don't mistake Golden Tate catching the Green Bay Packer who caught the ball as any sort of payback. That's not even a decent start, not when titles come into play.
With Super Bowl championships hanging in the balance, it's hard finding any comparisons. After Seattle's Lombardi Trophy ended up in the Steelers' collection, sports-debt interest began accruing.
Taking down the Cowboys and Packers on successive weekends, no matter how it happened, is a true beginning.
The two teams the Seahawks beat have been the cream of professional football. That's what they were before the first Super Bowl ever played.
Like the Seahawks in their recent Packer game, the Cowboys faced an unexpected challenge when they played the Pack to decide which team moved forward to the last game of the 1966 season.
The challenge's name was Bart Starr, a gam...