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Crunch Time – Your Seahawks Visit Chiefs In NFL Week 11

This Is A Tough One for Hawks The Seattle Seahawks head to the barbecue capital of the world Sunday to meet the Kansas City Chiefs.  With the Seahawks still two games down to the Cardinals in the NFC West, every game has become critical. Historically speaking, winning in Kansas City has not come easy for the Seahawks.  The former conference rivals squared off often in the past...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
November 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Pre-draft season predictions for your 2014 Seattle Seahawks

It’s never too early to guess The schedules are out and we know which teams (and when) the Seattle Seahawks will be facing each and every week of the 2014 NFL Season. A rolling stone gathers no moss, so despite the draft being almost two weeks away, I’m going to give you my pre-draft prediction of each and every game. A couple of notes on this year’s schedule:  The Seahawks...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
April 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Seahawks Fans Are Loud (So Are Flyovers) And Other Super Bowl Observations

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — I’ve sat in the press box plenty of times in my career, but in this, my third Super Bowl, I wanted to sit among the masses. So I camped out on the 300 level at MetLife Stadium, mixed with the fans and enjoyed Super Bowl Sunday in a way I never had. Here are my observations from the cheap seats at Super Bowl XLVIII: – You haven’t lived unless you...
Via NESN.com
February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Super Bowl 2014: Five Things You Didn’t Know About The Seahawks

Just what exactly is a Seahawk?Seahawk is slang for an Osprey, a raptor that primarily dines on fish. The gray and brown bird has a two-tone streak across its face, similar to the gray and blue fields of the Seahawks logo.The original name for the expansion franchise was the Kings—after King County—but Seahawks won out in a public naming contest.Realignment, anyone?Seattle is...
Via Football Nation
February 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: Top 10 Players in Franchise History

While the Seattle Seahawks have only been in the National Football League since 1976, the franchise has seen its fair-share of quality players at multiple positions.On the offensive end, quarterbacks like Dave Krieg and Jim Zorn have put up good numbers and done their part, and running backs like Ricky Watters, Marshawn Lynch, and Curt Warner have rushed up the team's record books...
Via Football Nation
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Portland Seahawks? I Don't Think So

Portland loves the Blazers, and why wouldn’t they?  They’ve been their team, in their city for more than 40 years.  Portland loves the Timbers; they’re the second major sports team the city’s been waiting for seemingly since eternity.  And Oregon loves their Ducks and Beavers, primarily due to alumni ties, family connections, and/or pride in something geography allows...
Via Oregon Sports News
January 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Playoff losing streaks by NFL quarterbacks

Playoff losing streaks by NFL quarterbacks since 1950, according to STATS: Consecutive seasons ended with an opening-round playoff loss: 4, Warren Moon, 1991-94 3, Otto Graham, 1951-53 3, Y.A. Tittle, 1961-63 3, Bert Jones, 1975-77 3, Joe Montana, 1985-87 3, Randall Cunningham, 1988-90 3, Andy Dalton, 2011-13 --- Longest playoff losing streaks overall by a quarterback since...
Via AP on Fox
January 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: The NFL's Most Dangerous Team At Home

In the begining of the history of the Seattle Seahawks, the franchise had a loud fanbase at the Kingdome but an identity was always missing. The team had a lot of great players on that team; players like Steve Largent, Jim Zorn, Dave Krieg, Warren Moon, and John Randle, but was always missing key ingredients in building a Super Bowl contender. After they moved from the Kingdome to...
Via Football Nation
December 03, 2013  |  Discuss
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