The Cincinnati Collapse: Blown lead leaves Seattle Searching for answers at 2-3

If I were to tell you before the game that Thomas Rawls would rush for 160+ yards, the offense would produce 24 points, defense would generate two turnovers including one for a score, and held a seventeen point lead in the fourth quarter what would you have thought? I’m guessing many of you would have predicted […]

October 2015 by Juan Santos

Winning the Wright Way? Controversial Call Overshadows Seahawks Win

Controversy on a Monday Night in Seattle? Seems to be the norm for the Seahawks in recent years. There is something about that North end zone on Monday Nights that just attracts controversy. First the “Fail-Mary” and now “BatGate”,  and oddly enough the refs and Golden Tate have been a part of both.  What is […]

October 2015 by Juan Santos

Kicking into Gear: Seattle shows promise, improvement in Shutout win

There was good, there was bad, and in the end there were still questions. That seemed to be the best synopsis of the Seahawks’ Home opener yesterday. The good?  Defense was stifling, special Teams was special, and Jimmy was Jimmy. The bad? Slow Start on offense, Red Zone still an issue,  4 sacks for the […]

September 2015 by Juan Santos

Here Comes the Boom: Kam ends Holdout

“It’s go time, I got a mission to finish and miss my brothers” He’s Back. With a simple text to Gee Scott of 710 ESPN Seattle, the holdout was officially over. Kam Chancellor, has reported to the VMAC this morning as several news outlets have confirmed. No, the Seahawks didn’t cave and no, Kam is […]

September 2015 by Juan Santos

Seahawks Looking to Repeat

January 18th, 2015- It wasn’t your typical Saturday night on cold and chilling night in the Pacific Northwest. Rather it was a streak ending night as the Seattle Seahawks became the first team to win a playoff game after winning the Super Bowl almost a decade. The Seattle Seahawks defeated the Carolina Panther in convincing […]

January 2015 by Milton Kung


December 7th, 2014- After two dominating performances against the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers the Seattle Seahawks will try to continue the trend against the Philadelphia Eagle this afternoon at 415pm ET. The critics were out when the Seahawks lost to the Kansas City Chiefs and not even making the playoffs let alone repeating […]

December 2014 by Milton Kung


November 23rd, 20014- On a typical dark and rainy day in late november at 1:15 pm today the Seattle Seahawks will try keep their dreams of repeating as super bowl champs alive as they face the 9-1 Arizona Cardinals. The Seahawks are 3 games behind the Cardinals and cannot afford to fall to 4 games […]

November 2014 by Milton Kung