But not the tenth. My friend Nathan, who also likes to waste time writing about unimportant things like sports and politics, is quite the baseball fan. He loves the Giants, then adopted the Nationals during his stint in D.C. He's an officer in the Navy, so you will address him as "sir," or not at … Continue reading Edgar was robbed nine times!
No, that's right. You read it right. 2019. 1/20/19 The Houston Deshaun-DeAndre Texans find out they'll be meeting the New Orleans Saints in Super Bowl 53, after Drew Brees & Co. escape with an overtime victory over the plucky Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship Game. 2/15/19 Ahead of schedule, the incoming Seattle NHL expansion … Continue reading 2019: Year in Review
There was a time when coming to Seattle was an offense’s worst nightmare. The fans would legitimately attempt to rupture your eardrums; hearing the snap count would be a memory both quaint and faint. Defensive ends — the Seahawks always had elite talent across the D-line — would lick their chops, and maybe yours too, … Continue reading The Noise Is Back In Town
Seahawks seasons are so weird. They’re never the same. They’re unique stories that end sweetly, bittersweetly, with deep sighs of accomplishment, disappointment, or whatthefuckment. They're also almost never subject, as a whole, to that most human of impulses — the capacity, the urge, the compulsion, driven perhaps by millennia of inexorable natural selection, to identify … Continue reading Seasons don’t always behave like we want, rude
Let's start with Richard Sherman. A) During 43-16, Sherm didn't matterMake zero mistake: without Seattle Seahawk Richard Sherman, there is no Lombardi in the case at the VMAC or wherever they keep the shinies. But on Sunday, as his new team, the bad team, lost by a lot, a hell of a lot, he did … Continue reading Things that mattered (jk no they didn’t)
If you're here, you probably know that, within the Mariners organization, all the shit has hit all of the ceiling fans. The desk fans too. If a floor were to exist, and it happened to have fans, it would have hit those too. Every boardroom, every workstation, every locker is covered in feces today, this … Continue reading The Mariners Approach a Floor
With a different quarterback, the Seahawks would have had a chance in the first half. The coaches underutilized Wilson, so much so that he didn’t reach 100 yards passing until the fourth quarter. With a different coaching staff, the Seahawks would have approached the game differently, using more modern play design and calling different defensive … Continue reading The Seahawks are on the cusp