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It came after a month of uncertainty, disappointment and downright ineptitude.
Maybe sometimes you just need fresh eyes to see how good things really are. And to defensive end Carlos Dunlap, acquired midseason from Cincinnati, everything about the Seahawks is, in his words, “very lovely.”
SEATTLE – Was there any doubt that their name was going to pop up first?
SEATTLE – Remember the viral photo on social media of “The Dress,” for which some people saw black and blue while others insisted it was white and gold? Fans probably have similarly contrasting views of the Seahawks right now.
SEATTLE – They have had rosters stacked with so many future Hall of Famers that the game almost seemed rigged. They have had squads so imposing that if there were a stat for Sleep Lost by Upcoming Opponent, they would have led the league year after year.
SEATTLE – One of the great sports calls of the century came in 2008, when Tiger Woods knocked in a 12-foot putt to put him in an 18-hole playoff at the U.S. Open. This was when Woods was at the peak of his powers, seemingly invincible despite playing on a torn ACL and a stress fracture in his leg.
What are you feeling right now if you’re a Seattle Seahawks fan? Are you still oohing and aahing over those five touchdown passes from Russell Wilson, who took over as the Vegas favorite to win NFL MVP? Or has your mood altered drastically over two key injuries on the team’s weaker side of the ball?
SEATTLE – The Seattle Seahawks’ new season is dawning with an air of mystery surrounding it – more so than even the typical opener.
One of those narrow moral contexts in which the ends truly do justify the means is the building of a football team.
SEATTLE – Truth, Part 1: Earl Thomas is the most honest, candid NFL player I can remember interviewing. The former Seattle Seahawk’s unfiltered responses were as refreshing as they were compelling.
There is no stat for this on profootballreference.com, but if it were documented, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll would probably hold the record for use of the phrase “fired up.” The man is a virtuoso of vigor – a sun-sized ball of energy.
SEATTLE – The late Los Angeles Rams and Washington NFL coach George Allen is credited with coining the phrase, “The future is now.”
SEATTLE – Pete Carroll was eloquent Thursday about the need to strive for social justice and equality – in action, not just words. And the Seahawks’ coach believes the NFL has the platform to influence that movement.
Walter Jones picked the wrong time to have his kitchen and bathroom renovated. Or at least it seemed that way.
On the surface, Wilson and Michael Jordan couldn’t be more divergent. Wilson would never even think of riding his teammates as Jordan did. But like the Chicago Bulls great, the Seahawks quarterback has seemed powerfully driven by perceived slights.
Bruce Irvin is used to shouldering lofty expectations. That’s part of the burden that comes with being a first-round draft pick, as the defensive end was for Seattle back in 2012.
You could dream about Lynch coming back to the Seahawks, as he revealed Monday that the two sides are discussing, and this time leading them back to the Super Bowl. Or, you could make the case I’m going to make: Leave well enough alone.
In any normal year, we’d all get a good look soon at the eight players the Seahawks just drafted and the dozen or so undrafted free agents who signed on shortly after when the team would gather for rookie minicamp one of the next two weekends. But, this isn’t a normal year, so there will be no on-field rookie minicamp (the team plans to conduct a stripped-down one virtually), and it’s unclear when we’ll see the group take the field in any manner.
I didn’t know Tarvaris Jackson. I didn’t get to chat with him in the locker room. Didn’t get to see him play much in person. Didn’t have the opportunity to go behind the curtain with the former Seahawks quarterback.
You’ve probably seen pictures of the endless lines. You’ve likely heard stories of the hourslong wait times. Food banks have never been so swamped nationally, and the demand is only growing.