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Head coach Pete Carroll, who has been head coach since 2010, will again be on Century Link’s home field directing his team and they all have very high expectations for this team he is building. He signed veteran players Eric Winston, who has started 119 games in eight seasons with the Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs and Arizona Cardinals. He also signed, Terrell Thomas, Thomas has played under Carroll in the past and is a former New York Giants Cornerback so everyone is hopeful for a smooth transition.
Anthony McCoy is the only injured player Seattle has right now, he tore his left Achilles tendon recently after just recovering from last year’s tare of his right Achilles tendon that took him out for the entire season.
Anyone who was lucky enough to get o see the televised ESPN video from the training camp of the Seattle Seahawks got to see exactly why wide receiver Paul Richardson was drafted. The 2nd -round draft pick- was star of the day with his blazing light speed on the field.
If they play as well this year as they did last year we may well get to watch them take home another Super Bowl win.
Just come out and enjoy watching one of NFL’s greatest teams as they battle to get that coveted spot again this year. If the training camp ESPN video didn’t convince you that these guys are the guys to watch then don’t be surprised when you’re jumping on the wait list for tickets by the time you figure it out, so hurry and don’t miss out. Get your tickets now.
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Seattle Seahawks History
Seahawks 20 - Rams 6
Seattle sails past the Rams to wrap up the number one seed in the NFC by a score of 20-6. Although the ride to the post season was a different one than in 2013, the result was the same for the Seahawks.
At halftime, St Louis (6-10) led by a score of 6-0 but the second half was all Seattle, scoring two field goals in the third quarter and two touchdowns in the fourth. Quarterback Russell Wilson threw for 239 yards and a score while running backs Marshawn Lynch and Robert Turbin both contributed with 60 and 53 yards on the ground, respectively.
St. Louis signal caller Shaun Hill was 26 for 37 for 243 yards and the Rams finished with just 42 yards rushing and no play longer than 20 yards. Seattle’s defense forced massive turnovers in the second half that were too much for the Rams to overcome.
Finishing with a record of 12-4, Seattle heads to the post season in the driver’s seat as the number one seed in the NFC. They get a bye week to rehab and regroup and will face Detroit, Arizona or Carolina depending on the outcome of the Wild Card games. Seattle and CenturyLink Field is a difficult place to play and whichever team the Seahawks matchup against will undoubtedly face a tough challenge. Seattle ticket holders are a loud bunch and love their 2013 Super Bowl Championship team.
Seahawks 17 - 49ers 7
Seattle Seahawks knock the San Francisco 49ers out of playoff contention with a 17-7 win in front of a packed crowd of Seahawks ticket holders at CenturyLink Field on Sunday.
In a defensive battle among NFC West rivals, 10-4 Seattle prevailed once again with a 91 yard effort on the ground by Seahawk running back Marshawn Lynch. Quarterback Russell Wilson threw for 161 yards and a fourth quarter touchdown to rookie Paul Richardson.
In a season plagued by key injuries for San Francisco, the 49ers lost three more guys on Sunday. Running back Frank Gore who scored on a 10-yard run in the second quarter was sidelined with a concussion and his backup Carlos Hyde injured his right leg in the third quarter. Middle linebacker Chris Boreland hurt his ankle in the final play of the first half and attempted to return but was mostly a spectator.
49ers signal caller Colin Kaepernick threw for 141 yards and rushed for another 46 but was under constant pressure behind an offensive line missing key starters.
Seattle has the opportunity to land the number one seed in the NFC for the second straight season if they can win their final two games at Arizona and against the Rams. San Francisco will finish out the regular season at home against San Diego in Week 16 and Arizona in Week 17 and will be golfing during the NFL post season.
Seahawks 24 - Eagles 14
Seattle’s defense along with a solid performance by Russell Wilson led the Seahawks to a 24-14 win over the Philadelphia Eagles, their third victory a row.
A dominant display by the Seahawks defense held Chip Kelly’s high-powered offense in check allowing only 139 total yards, the fewest under the head coach. Eagles’ quarterback Mark Sanchez threw for 96 yards and two touchdowns in the loss and running back LeSean McCoy was held to just 50 yards on the ground.
Wilson threw two touchdown passes and ran another one in himself to help the Seahawks solidify their 9-4 record. He finished the game with 263 yards in the air and another 48 via the ground.
The Eagles, also 9-4 will host the Dallas Cowboys in Week 15 with first place in the NFC East at stake. Until Sunday’s game versus the Seahawks, Philadelphia had won 10 straight regular season games at home in front of a packed house of Eagles’ ticket buyers.
The Seahawks’ Week 15 consists of a battle with fellow NFC West rival San Francisco at home in Seattle. The 7-6 49ers are coming off a rough loss against the hapless Raiders so should be looking to bounce back to keep their own post season hopes alive; not an easy feat at CenturyLink Field.
Seahawks 19 - 49ers 3
The Seattle Seahawks defense smothered Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers on Thanksgiving Day by a final score of 19-3.
In front of a packed house of 49ers ticket buyers in Santa Clara, these two NFC West rivals put on a defensive show, with Seattle coming out on top again. The sole touchdown of the game came via a first quarter 13 yard pass from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson to running back Robert Turbin to put the 8-4 Seahawks ahead by a score of 7-0.
The remainder of the game was purely defensive along with a solid display of Seattle’s kicker Steven Hauschka’s leg, as he drilled four field goals with his longest at 46-yards.
Seattle’s outspoken cornerback Richard Sherman backed up his constant smack talk by creating two interceptions and was even seen blowing kisses to the crowd after the second one. In all, the Seahawks defense created three turnovers to the 49ers none.
In the loss, Colin Kaepernick threw for 121 yards while the backfield tandem of Frank Gore and Carlos Hyde rushed for a mere 47 yards combined. On the other side of the ball, Seattle signal caller Russell Wilson finished the game with 236 yards in the air and another 35 on the ground while running back Marshawn Lynch ended with 104 rushing yards.
Sitting one game behind the 9-2 Arizona Cardinals in the NFC West, Seattle will head to Philadelphia to play a tough Eagles team our their own turf in Week 14.The 7-4 San Francisco 49ers get to lick their wounds across the bay in Oakland a team that just got their first victory of the season in Week 12 and has yet to play their Week 13 matchup versus the Rams.
Seahawks 19 - Cardinals 3
Looking to get back on track and set their egos aside, The Seattle Seahawks defeated division rival Arizona Cardinals 19-3 to keep their playoff hopes alive.
The 7-4 Seahawks were led by a stingy defense reminiscent of the2013 team and handed the Cardinals just their second loss of the season. In the win, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson was sacked a season-high seven times by the tough Arizona defense whose ultra aggressive blitzes and play calling confused the signal caller. However, when the Seahawks needed a scoring drive after not taking advantage of good field position several times, the young quarterback delivered on a 20 yard-catch –and-run touchdown to back-up tight end Cooper Helfet.
In the loss, Arizona was held to a season- low 204 total yards. Just one week after passing for a career-high 306 yards, Arizona signal caller Drew Stanton was 14 for 26 for 149 and a pick. Stanton was without superstar Larry Fitzgerald who sat for the first time in 110 games with a knee injury he suffered against the Lions in Week 11.
The win puts the Seahawks in a second-place tie with the 49ers for the NFC West division, and two games behind the Cardinals who currently sit at 9-2. Seattle will head to San Francisco on Thanksgiving night to face the 49ers in what promises to be an excellent division matchup.
Arizona will head to Atlanta where fans should line up to buy Falcons tickets, if not to check out the 4-7 home team, but to perhaps see the team with the league’s best record.
Seahawks 38 - Giants 17
On a soggy afternoon at Century Link Field, the Seattle Seahawks returned to last season’s form and defeated the New York Giants by a 38-17 margin.
On the shoulders of four rushing touchdowns by Marshawn Lynch, a career-best for the Seahawks running back, Seattle silenced the doubters and cruised to a record of 6-3. The first half was sloppy for the Seahawks though, as signal caller Russell Wilson threw two interceptions and as a whole Seattle committed three turnovers. They also struggled defensively in the first half as Giants quarterback Eli Manning picked apart Seattle’s usually stellar secondary.
Seattle’s run game made all of that irrelevant.
The Seahawks finished with a franchise record 350 yards on the ground and not all of it was Lynch. Mobile quarterback Russell Wilson added 107 yards on 14 carries and a one yard touchdown run. Seattle is the first team in NFL history to have a running back rush for four touchdowns and their quarterback run for over 100 yards in the same game.
The 3-6 Giants have certainly had a tumultuous season this far, with highs and lows. Eli Manning finished the game with 283 yards, but only 91 of those came in the second half. He also coughed up the football in the final minutes of play.
New York will have to play a complete game in Week 11 when the San Francisco 49ers come to town, as the Niners are coming off a great victory over the New Orleans Saints. Seattle will face the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium, a tough place to play and Chiefs tickets will most likely be at a premium.
Preview Seahawks vs Giants
Coming into Week 10 of the NFL season, both the Seattle Seahawks and the New York Giants have been somewhat underwhelming.
The Seahawks, coming off a Super Bowl Championship season squeaked out a 30-24 victory over the winless Raiders in Week 9 while the Giants were thumped by the Colts 40-24 on Monday Night Football. New York will face Seattle’s fourth ranked defense and have struggled to move the ball this season against opponents with defenses in the top tier.
While Seattle has been less than threatening through the second quarter of the season, they did come out victorious the past two weeks and are sitting with a 5-3 record. Currently one game ahead of the 49ers and two games back from the Arizona Cardinals, Seattle needs a win here to keep on pace with both their division and the NFC wild card races.
The 3-5 Giants head to Seattle and bring a three game losing streak with them. New York showed glimpses earlier in the season of the potential for a possible post season run, but some serious adjustments are needed if they want to compete in Seattle at Century Link Field.
We all know that anything can happen and that’s why they play the games, but being that this game takes place In Seattle in one of the loudest and most difficult places to play, the Giants are certainly facing an uphill battle.
Seahawks 30 - Raiders 24
It wasn’t pretty, but the Seattle Seahawks hung on to beat the winless Oakland Raiders 30-24 on Sunday.
Led by a pair of first-half Marshawn Lynch touchdowns and an interception by linebacker Bruce Irvin for another score, the Seahawks jumped to a 24-3 lead then held on through a sloppy second half of football. Lynch finished the game with 67 rushing yards and another 76 receiving, but had another 74 total yards called back due to Seattle penalties. Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson’s performance was one of his worst this season finishing 17 for 35 for 179 yards. Seattle also failed to capitalize on numerous chances to put away the Raiders who have yet to win a game in the 2014 season.
Their lack of superior play made for an anxious final minutes as Raiders rookie quarterback Derek Carr completed a touchdown pass to Mychal Rivera with 1:52 minutes left to put the Raiders within six. The ensuing onside kick was almost a disaster for Seattle as Cooper Helfet misplayed the ball but Jermaine Kearse was able to fall on it, allowing Seattle to run out to clock advancing to a 5-3 record, handing the Raiders their 14th straight loss dating back to last season.
Home to the Seattle Seahawks of the NFL and the Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer. Originally known as Seahawks Stadium and currently called CenturyLink Field the complex houses an Events Center a public plaza, and a parking garage. Inside the Events Center is the Wamu Theater. The venue hosts concerts, trade shows, and consumer shows along with all of their home sporting events. Current owner Paul Allen, formed First & Goal Inc. to develop and operate the new facilities. Voters created the Washington State Public Stadium Authority to oversee the public’s use of this new venue. Paul Allen worked very close with designers to ensure such a large venue was going to seem intimate even with the open-air top the facility used and its stunning sky-line views of Downtown Seattle leave stadium dwellers in awe at every event. The stadium can seat 67,000 people with beautiful views of Seattle for everyone at that day’s events. The stadium has the capacity for up to 72,000 people if expanded, that’s only done for special events though. There are 111 Executive Suites available for ticket purchase.
Seattle fans are notorious for being excessively loud and have broken the record with Guinness Book twice for being the loudest fans at an outdoor event their record broken this year by Kansas City but the season is still early and the Blue Wave is notorious for gaining strength as the season progressively intensifies.
Just last season Seahawk fans set World Records with Guinness for being the loudest crowd at any sporting event, not once but their fans set the standard for loud twice. September 15, 2013 playing a game against the San Francisco 49ers, registering 136.6 dB and again December 2, 2013 in a game against New Orleans Saints, fans excitement level reaching all the way to 137.6 dB, Kansas City took that title back this year on a Monday night football game against the Patriots and that days record is still holding strong.
Being the only NFL franchise in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States the Seahawks have a very wide fan base. Some of their fans go up as far North of the border to Aberta and on into the great white north to claim a few Canadians among their throngs of The Blue Wave that flow over all of Washington state. Seattle has quite a few awards and accolades to speak of but one more thing we find especially fascinating about them is they are the only team to have played in both the AFC and NFC Championship Games. The Seahawks have only appeared in two Super Bowls most recently last season when they won their first title against the Broncos. The team is owned by Paul Allen and managed by John Schneider, head coach is currently Pete Carroll. Playing their home games out of CenturyLink Field that boasts stunning views of the Seattle Skyline for anyone who comes to enjoy a Seahawks home game.