Seahawks Continue To Get Back On Track Against Oakland

November 1st, 2014-With what head coach Pete Carroll called a “get right win” against the Carolina Panthers last week that prevented the Seahawks from having an under .500 record in two years. That is not to say they played a flawless football game but it sure was a step in the right direction of getting […]

November 2014 by Milton Kung

Seahawks vs Rams- “Percy”less

October 19th, 2014- As much of a headliner as the Seahawks losing at the C Link to the Dallas Cowboys last week was the trade with the dynamic wide receiver Percy Harvin on friday. In just the second loss at home in Russell Wilson’s short but impressive short career the fans and local media have […]

October 2014 by Milton Kung

It’s GameDay- Seahawks vs Broncos

September 21st, 2014- After a chaotic week off the field, the NFL wished the Super Bowl rematch could of happened sooner. In a much anticipated and could very well possibly be the game of the year the Seattle Seahawks hope to get back to their winning ways against the Denver Broncos after a shocking defeat […]

September 2014 by Milton Kung

Hawks Dominate Chargers, Getting Ready for DA Bears

August 22nd, 2014- After a dominating performance¬†in a first home game since winning Super Bowl 48 against the San Diego Chargers, the Seattle Seahawks will have try to continue gain momentum for their offense facing the Chicago Bears tonight before the first regular season showdown on September 4th with the Green Bay Packers. (We all […]

August 2014 by Milton Kung

The Championship Pre Season

With the exception of ESPN being at one day of training camp and Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch’s brief training camp holdout the media hasn’t given much attention to the defending Super Bowl champs and that’s just how the 2014 Seattle Seahawks like it. ¬†On the shores of Lake Washington in their beautiful training facilities at […]

August 2014 by Milton Kung

Just as expected

Unless you’re apart of the Seattle Seahawks organization this Super Bowl did not go as expected.

February 2014 by Myron Clark

These Seattle Seahawks Are Writing Their Redemption Song

I have watched football and followed the Seahawks literally as long as I can remember. I have seen thousands of teams play on multiple levels year after year and find myself a hard candidate to be surprised by much anymore. That said, there are teams that come about every so often that catch my attention […]

January 2014 by Adam Hunter

Seahawks March past the Saints

In a game where Russell Wilson only completed 9-18 pass attempts for a career low 103 yards the Seattle Seahawks still manage a win thanks to their stellar defense and Mr. Beast Mode himself.

January 2014 by Myron Clark

It’s week 17 of the NFL; the culmination of a surprising regular season of football. This season has bad it all, lack luster comebacks, team scandals, quarterback controversy, sideline outbursts, key injuries, coach fines…did I forget anything? The final games of the regular season are sure to be just as enthralling with playoff implications dependent […]

December 2013 by Myron Clark

Seahawks Can’t Complete Comeback, Falcons Defeat Seahawks 30-28

The Seahawks were on the top of the world for a total of 23 seconds, they had rallied from a 20 point deficit and with 31 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, their rally finally gave them a one point lead. However, Matt Ryan, Matt Bryant, and the Atlanta Falcons quickly ended what looked like […]

January 2013 by Craig