Posts Tagged ‘seattle seahawks’

TJ Lang is a douche. Any player/coach who allows eight sacks in one half of football should be embarrassed.

Mr. Lang, you should remind MD Jennings about what to do in a Hail Mary situation: bat the ball down, don’t try to catch it.

The Green Bay Packers lost to the Seattle Seahawks not because of a bad call at the end of the game, but because they didn’t play particularly well.

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But he’ll have to wait for at least one more year.


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Courtesy of Pacific Northwest Seismic Network

That’s the seismograph from the time frame around Marshawn Lynch’s 67-yard TD run in Saturday’s win over the New Orleans Saints. The ball is estimated to have been hiked about the 100 mark with Lynch crossing the goal line around the 117 mark.

You can view a breakdown of the play on ESPN’s NFC West blog.

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Great day today! Went snowboarding at the Canyons with some great friends (from left: Artie, Corey, Rebecca, me), the Seattle Seahawks beat the New Orleans Saints, and had some drinks with friends at Poplar. All this on three-and-a-half hours of sleep.

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One More Day


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You ever get good news that made your day? I did today when I heard reports that the Seattle Seahawks had fired head coach Jim Mora. I didn’t expect that move, that but I liked it. It meant that the Seahawks were completely starting over. Cleaning the slate. I was feeling hopeful that there was a GM hire announcement coming on the heels of this move.

Then the Seahawks punched me in the gut.

Reports are that Pete Carroll of USC will be the new head coach of the Seattle Seahawks. Why is that such a bad thing? Because college coaches don’t generally do well in the NFL. I can only think of one college coach that has had any real measure of success in the NFL: Jimmy Johnson. Even the Seahawks, back in the 90s, tried to hire a college coach, from the same school Johnson came from, University of Miami, to see if the success could be matched. Dennis Erickson never posted a record better than 8-8 in his four years in Seattle.

Sure, 8-8 would be an improvement over the last two season for the Seahawks, but that won’t win a division title, not even in the NFC West.

Then came the news that Carroll may also be one of, if not the, highest paid coaches in the NFL. What?! He hasn’t coached in the league in 10 years, he has a 33-31 career record, and in his last stint in the NFL, with the New England Patriots, he posted progressively worse records each year after taking over for Bill Parcels.

That sounds like the resume of a winner, right?

And to top it all off, the team still doesn’t even have a GM or President.

God damn it!

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