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Super Bowl: A Day To Remember

It’s 2:00 in the morning now and I find myself sleepless despite an overwhelming exhaustion. An exhaustion from two weeks of nervous anticipation. Every day checking the calendar, reading the news, talking with friends and family about the special day to come. The excitement built as days passed as if I were awaiting the birth… Read More ›

A ‘Mediocre’ Richard Sherman Story

For nearly two solid weeks now chances are you have seen and heard Richard Sherman clips and quotes more days than not. It all started with his game clinching tip to send the Seahawks to the Super Bowl, and his ‘spirited’ interview with Erin Andrews just a few moments later. My thoughts on that are, he… Read More ›

#3: A Tribute to #3

Happy Blue Friday to all! Today nwsportsjunkies brings you #3 on our 12 Days of the 12th Man countdown, a tribute to #3.  A complete list of all the beloved #3’s in Seattle Seahawks history.       #3 John Leypoldt – Seattle Seahawks – Kicker – 1976-1978.                 #3 Rick… Read More ›

#5: Ring Of Honor

Today we will pay our respect to the Seahawks Ring of Honor. Steve Largent was the first player inducted into the Ring of Honor in 1989. He as also the first Seahawk to have number retired. Here’s the list of all the Ring of Honor inductees: Steve Largent (1976–1989), wide receiver – inducted 1989 Dave… Read More ›

#6: Taste The Rainbow

Well, it’s official… Marshawn Lynch has signed a deal making him the first athlete to endorse Skittles. In addition to the undisclosed deal, Skittles will donate $10k to Lynch’s charity with each touchdown he scores during the Super Bowl. This news of the deal will certainly add to the Skittle craze here in the Northwest… Read More ›

#7: Best of Both Worlds

Most 12’s know by now that the Seahawks changed conferences, from AFC to NFC, in 2002. This cemented the Seahawks in NFL history by becoming

#10: History Repeats Itself

Today we have just a short and sweet fact for you all. The Seahawks have faced the Denver Broncos

#11: Accepting Applications: The Bandwagon Fan

“Anyone who claims they are a “fan” of a particular sports team, even though they had no prior support for/interest in the team until that team started winning. These types of fans only show playoff interest, have probably never watched a regular season game, don’t own any type of team merchandise, nor would they buy… Read More ›

The Saints Come Marching In

Anyone else find that almost laughable now? Last time the Saints came a marching, they whimpered out after getting absolutely destroyed 34 to 7. In the all to cliché saying, we dominated all phases of the game. I really hate that saying for some reason, but hey it’s the truth. I am super excited for… Read More ›

The Road to New York

Third time is a charm as the Seahawks manhandle the St. Louis Rams yesterday winning 27 to 9 at home. As we all know, that finally locked up the division and home field advantage throughout the playoffs. There is much to celebrate in the Emerald City today. Anyone remember what happened last time we went… Read More ›

Seahawks Beat Themselves, Cardinals Win.

The Seattle Seahawks had an impressive run, they hadn’t lost a game at CenturyLink Field since 12/24/2011 against the 49ers.  That streak had gone back long enough that Russell Wilson could boast the honor of having never lost a home game.  It was almost a fun debate to try to predict who would finally beat… Read More ›

Thank You For Flying With Us From Captain Wilson

Its been a busy week for Russell Wilson.  In addition to leading the Seahawks to a shutout victory over the Giants, Russell also became a minor league 2nd base prospect for the Texas Rangers, and now CFO for Alaska Airlines.  Well, Chief Football Officer, is what they decided to call his honorary position within the… Read More ›

Texas Aquires Russell Wilson

This morning Texas aquired the quarterback of our Seattle Seahawks, Russell Wilson. No, I’m serious. But have no fears, we didn’t lose our QB. The Cowboys or Texans didn’t pull a fast one, it was the Texas Rangers. The Rangers selected Russell Wilson in the MLB rule 5 draft, obtaining his rights from the Colorado… Read More ›

The Competition Goes On

Pete Carroll announced this week that rookie Russell Wilson with start at QB for the 3rd Seahawks preseason game. Most around the league would agree that Wilson has earned the right to start after having two great performances so far in preseason. He comes into game 3 completing 22 of 33 passes for 279 yards…. Read More ›

Hawks Off to Good Start

It only took 1 play for the 2012 Seattle Seahawks to cause their first turnover, and score their first Touchdown. Brandon Brownerscooped up Matt Hasselbecks first pass attempt and took it in to put the Hawks up by 7 just 9 seconds into the game. The defense played great. They looked big, they looked fast,… Read More ›

Quarterback Controversy in Seahawks Country

We gotta competition brewing in Seattle like a micro beer at Pike St Brewery. T-Jack, Matt Flynn, and Russell Wilson, all three capable men who are trying to be the man to lead our beloved Seahawks back to top of the NFC West. Pete Carroll is keeping it a secret who the starter is going… Read More ›

Seahawks 2012 Rookie Class

There were tons of big names left on the board when the Seahawks made their choice with the 15th overall selection, and Bruce Irvin was the name I saw across the bottom of the screen…. Who is Bruce Irvin? What are they doing!?! That was my initial reaction, and judging from most of the fan… Read More ›

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