Kam Chancellor

Seahawks Secondary – Legion of Boom

by Joe on September 5, 2012


Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, Brandon Browner, and Richard Sherman – The Seattle starting CBs and safeties for the 2012 season are poised to be the best position group on the field for the Seahawks and are probably the best secondary in the league. I have little doubt this group (add in backups like Marcus Trufant, […]

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25 Thoughts on the 2012 Seattle Seahawks

by Joe on August 10, 2012

Shop for new 2012 Nike and New Era Seahawks Team Gear from Fanatics

I purposely have held off posting anything since the NFL Draft so if you are a huge fan of my insightful posts and correct opinions (that folks, is sarcasm) and you have missed it over these past few months I apologize. But I have a couple reasons for my silence: I have a 7 month […]

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5 Seahawks In The Pro Bowl

by Joe on January 28, 2012

Nike Vapor Jet Pro Bowl Gloves

I can’t really remember ever sitting down and watching a whole Pro-Bowl game but this year might be the one. Five Seahawks are heading to the Pro Bowl this year and I can’t wait to see them out on the field performing with some of the best players in the game. Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, […]

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Seahawks 17, Niners 19 – The Aftermath

by Joe on December 26, 2011

First Seahawks Game

Sorry I am a day late getting this out to you. Been kinda busy around here. More on that in a bit. Anyway, it was a pretty decent game against the San Francisco 49ers. Seattle took a quick lead with a TD on their opening drive, held that lead throughout the first half, lost the […]

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Seahawks 38, Bears 14 – The Aftermath

by Joe on December 19, 2011

Red Bryant Seahawks

What an awesome second half! This is probably the best half of football the Seahawks have played all year. They were able to put up 31 points in one half on a Bears team that nearly everyone said was better than the Seahawks. But us Seahawks fans knew better. The 31 points in the second […]

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Seahawks 30, Rams 13 – The Aftermath

by Joe on December 13, 2011

Doug Baldwin Seattle Seahawks

Well, the Seahawks pretty much did what they needed to do. They won, they won somewhat easily, and they got out of the game with no major injuries. All in all it was a solid game from Seattle. I was kind of hoping for spectacular this week but we didn’t quite hit that level. It is also […]

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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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Cowboys 23 Seahawks 13 – The Aftermath

by Joe on November 7, 2011

Marshawn Lynch Seattle Seahawks

Another week, another loss for the Seahawks. Once again there were problems but also some good things to come out of this game. But let me get one thing clear: 2-6 SUCKS!!! I hate losing these games. Looking back at the losses these are, for the most part, games that the Seahawks could have won. […]

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Midseason Seahawks MVP – Kam Chancellor

by Joe on November 3, 2011

Kam Chancellor - Seattle Seahawks

2-5 isn’t a record any Seahawks fan should be happy with. There has been some flat out ugliness on the field at times for the Seahawks but there also has been quite a few flashes of brilliance. Thinking through the first 7 games there are 3 players who really stand out as being possible midseason […]

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Cleveland 6, Seattle 3: The Aftermath

by Joe on October 24, 2011

Seattle Seahawks Pillow Pet

I felt sick. That pretty much sums it up. How can a team that looked very competent in the last 6 quarters against pretty good teams in Atlanta and New York come out looking so terrible against a mediocre at best Cleveland team? Was it the bye week layoff? Was it overconfidence? Was it lack […]

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