Seahawks Games

Seahawks Vs. Eagles – How Do They Matchup?

by Joe on November 30, 2011

Seahawks 12th Man

Tomorrow evening the Eagles will come to visit the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field which along with being the home of the Seahawks is the home of the 12th Man. BTW, has there been an inordinantly low number of false starts by opposing teams this year? I did a quick scan through the play by play […]

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Redskins 23, Seahawks 17: The Aftermath

by Joe on November 28, 2011

Red Bryant Seahawks

Being a Seahawks fan has been very frustrating this year. For me the most frustrating part is you never know which team will show up. The Seahakws keep waffling back and forth from being a team I think is really starting to put stuff together to make a good run to a team that might […]

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Seahawks 24, Rams 7: The Aftermath

by Joe on November 21, 2011

Seahawks beat the Rams

I am sure the first minute of the game was the same for you as it was for me. Jackson hands to Sidney Rice on an end around. Crap, they got this sniffed out. Wait!!! He is gonna throw. He might actually catch that! SWEET! Perfect throw for 55 yards from Rice to Williams. What […]

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Seahawks-Rams: What will it take to win?

by Joe on November 18, 2011

Seattle Seahawks vs. St. Louis Rams

We all remember how the last Seahawks-Rams game went: Charlie Whitehurst, the savior of the franchise, started in place of an injured Matt Hasselbeck and led the team to victory and another NFC West championship on the last day of the season last year. These were the two best teams in the NFC West staking […]

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Seahawks 22, Ravens 17 – The Aftermath

by Joe on November 14, 2011

Marshawn Lynch Beast Mode

Well, I don’t know about you but I am still feeling pretty stoked after this win against one of the NFL’s best teams. Going into this week all anyone could talk about what how great the Ravens were, how they had a great comeback win against the Steelers, and how they controlled their destiny in […]

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Seahawks Ravens – Some quick thoughts

by Joe on November 14, 2011

Marshawn Lynch

I will expand on most of this more tomorrow but I am just too excited about this Seahawks victory over the Ravens to not write something. 107 yards for Marshawn Lynch on 32 carries and his longest carry was for 8 yards. That is some very impressive running right there. Lynch pretty much fought for […]

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How To Beat The Ravens

by Joe on November 11, 2011

Chris Clemons Seattle Seahawks

I will admit it: Behind the Seahawks my second favorite team in the NFL is the Baltimore Ravens. But listen to me when I say this: I want the Seahawks to demolish the Ravens this week. I will never be one of those guys who says “Well, at least if someone had to beat the Seahawks […]

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Bengals 34, Seahawks 12 – The Aftermath

by Joe on October 31, 2011

sidney-rice-jersey

Where to start? Do we start with the good or the bad??? OK, let’s get the bad out of the way so we can have some good thoughts moving forward. 1. Charlie Whitehurst is a waste of a roster spot. I really see no reason to keep Whitehurst on the roster. I think we have […]

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What do the Bengals bring to the table?

by Joe on October 28, 2011

Doug Baldwin Seahawks

How can Seattle beat the Bengals? Well, the smart alex answer is “score more points than them”. But I wanted to go a bit deeper than that. So let’s dig a bit and see what it will take for the Seahawks to beat the Bengals and what the Bengals bring to the table. 1. Who […]

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After four games the Seahawks are sitting at 1-3. I don’t really think this record is too much of a suprise to too many Seahawks fans. Of course I was rooting for 4-o but realistically I would have been very happy with 2-2. Losing the San Francisco game stung but not too many people are […]

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