Wednesday, November 26, 2008

All us Seahawk fans have our Thanksgiving day cut out for us, huh? I'm eating my turkey in front of the tv.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Vote! Vote! Vote! The day is November 4th, but vote early if you can!

Thursday, October 16, 2008

High Fives?

I like reading the Mike Kahn mailbag on It's got a pretty good dialogue most of the time. But every once in a while you get some dimwit writing in, and it cracks me up. Most recently some guy wrote in saying that the guys just need to give each other more high fives and head slaps during the games to get the energy going.

What? Do we also need acupuncture to release their qi? And maybe we could all hold hands and sing? Emerson, I've got some magic beans I'd love to sell you for a low price. Email your credit card number if you're interested.

Monday, July 07, 2008

This video is pretty well done, of the fireworks and show. Check out the Seagals!

Thursday, February 14, 2008

That's a lot of tickets sold!

A bit of Seahawks trivia from the official site... did you know that every regular season and playoff game at Qwest Field since the 2nd week of the 2003 season has been played before a sellout crowd? Now THAT's dedication!

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

What's in a name?

Anybody want a bit of trivia? Here you go -- according to Wikipedia, the name Seattle Seahawks was selected on June 17, 1975 after a public naming contest which drew more than 20,000 entries and over 1,700 different names. Thought that was interesting. I'd love to see some of the other submissions!

Thursday, May 10, 2007

My new favorite player

Finally, a player who says what I wish they all would. From the News

"Josh Brown could complain about being the Seattle Seahawks’ franchise player. He could whine about not yet getting a long-term deal. He could treat the franchise tag as his sworn enemy, standard fare for NFL free agents in his position.

Instead, the kicker asks a real-world question: 'Where else am I going to go at the age of 28 and somebody is going to guarantee me $2 million? Nowhere.'"

That answer alone almost makes him worth the ticket price.