Under the bright lights of Monday Night Football, the Seattle Seahawks’ faithful never seemed more loud. It took every single down for the ‘Hawks to pull out the win, and it would be hard to argue that the crowd noise was not a factor.
And man, what a game it was.
If only the game was outdoor, in the rain, with mud slung all over the place and players slipping everywhere and fans wearing those rain poncho things. If only.
With a final score of 6-6, you’d think that both teams were struggling in some soaking wet conditions, unable to properly run or pass the ball because of the slippery pigskin. Instead, the game was played inside the marvelous University of Phoenix Stadium, with no weather bothering the players like an extra defender. You’d also think that would excuse both kickers from missing point blank layups with the game on the line. But, football is a weird sport, and weird things happen.
Fresh off a much-needed bye week, it was a battle between birds of a different feather as the Seattle Seahawks played host to Matty Ice, Julio Jones, and the rest of the Atlanta Falcons, who boasted the league’s best offense.
With 2:34 left in the first quarter of the football game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks, Bradley Pinion of the Niners booted a beautiful-looking punt 61 yards downfield in what looked like a perfect kick to pin Russell Wilson and company deep in their own territory. Taking an Emerald City bounce, the ball eventually rolled and rolled and rolled before lightly kissing the pylon, resulting in a touchback to the Seattle 25.
49ers fans attempt to rally at SPORT, a Seahawk fan favorite
It’s time to show the 49ers who owns this city. Earlier today, the 49ers official Twitter account announced that SPORT Restaurant & Bar would be the spot for 49ers fans to rally this weekend, after
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A 2,400-mile barrier can’t stop New York resident Jordan Schultz’s love for Seattle. Born and bred in the Emerald City, 25-year-old Schultz debuted as a collegiate basketball player for Seattle University before transferring to a liberal arts school, Occidental College, outside of Los Angeles and making his way to the Big Apple to pursue his journalism dream.