Found October 09, 2012 on Pats Propaganda:
We’re excited to be making our yearly Pats pilgrimage to Seattle this weekend. Hoping to swing by this pregame party and meet up with some fellow Pats fans. Should be a good time!(via New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks, October 14, 2012)
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