Showing posts with label Seahawks. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Seahawks. Show all posts

Monday, March 28, 2016

Seahawks at Emerald City Comicon! - ECCC Coverage

Hey, Seahawks fans, check out who's going to be at Emerald City Comicon (ECCC) this year! Seattle Seahawks defensive stars Richard Sherman and Bobby Wagner will be playing video games and taking photos with attendees to help open up the 14th edition of the Pacific Northwest's most popular pop culture celebration!

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Seattle Seahawks - 2014 Super Bowl Champions

This article was originally written as a review of the Seattle Seahawks on my Yelp page which you can find HERE. A lot of people really liked it so I figured I would turn it into a full blown blog post on my website.

For as long as I can remember, the Seahawks have been a part of my life, sometimes more than others but always there. From the early days that featured names like Zorn, Largent, Krieg, and Warner to the current crop of young talent like Wilson, Lynch, Sherman, and Thomas, no other organization in the city has been able to draw the level of passion out of its fan base better than Seattle's own NFL franchise.

Sunday, January 6, 2013

Seahawks Beat the Redskins!

The Seattle Seahawks have won a decisive victory over the Washington Redskins and no win would be complete without a little controversy whether during or after the game. Fan favorite Richard Sherman was once again involved in a post game conversation although this time around it went a little farther than just a few words exchanged like when he approached Tom Brady as the teams left the field in Seattle.

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Seahawks - The Road to the Playoffs

After beating the Chicago Bears today by a score of 38 to 14, the Seahawks now look to win their last two games of the season and, with some help from other teams, hopefully find themselves in the playoffs for a second year in a row.

How is this possible, you ask?!

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Seahawks Lose to the Bengals - My Thoughts

Frustrating loss for the Seahawks today. Not sure why Jackson didn't get the start, he seemed fine after coming in for the ineffective Whitehurst. Defense still played well, but the offense couldn't run, receivers dropped way too many passes, and the special teams gave up the game clinching score.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Seahawks Vs. Giants: On My Timeline

Durring the Seahawks/Giants game that took place on Sunday, October 9th, I was providing a steady stream of Facebook status updates as a running play-by-play and commentary. Here are all of those updates, listed in chronological order, along with accompanying photos from Yahoo Sports and


Sunday, September 25, 2011

Seahawks: Home Sweet Home

If you read my previous post about the Seahawks, you understand that I do like Tarvarus Jackson at quarterback and today's game showed a lot of the reasons why. He has the ability to manage a game and although at times he doesn't necessarily make the ideal decisions, he has yet to make the type of mistakes that cost you games. More often than not it has been other areas of the team that have faltered (special teams, receivers dropping balls, ineffective offensive line), but the quarterback will always be the first one targeted when things aren't going well. All I have seen from T-Jack is a steady and confident style of play which is exactly what the Seahawks need right now as they build on a team that is currently made up of the youngest group of starters in the NFL.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Seahawks - No Worse Than Expected

After two weeks of the NFL season, things have played out pretty much exactly as everyone would have expected. Opening on the road in San Francisco and Pittsburgh was going to be a daunting task and you would be hard pressed to find someone that thought we would win either of those games. Going in to that first game in the bay area, we knew the Hawks had deficiencies at offensive line and question marks at several other position groups on both sides of the ball. This meant weeks one and two would be a serious uphill struggle and now that these first two games are in the books, it is very clear to me who the Seahawks starting quarterback should be moving forward.

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