Duel of decibels: Kansas City challenges Seattle in bid for crowd-noise record
Pete Carroll will keep this team focused. There are so many things going for the Seahawks:Russell Wilson. Marshawn Lynch. The arrival of Percy Harvin. A fantastic defense that is led by the likes of Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas. Momentum. This could be a very special year.
The covert maneuver started Wednesday as a strand on a Seahawks fan subreddit on the social news website Reddit, per SeattlePI.com . The brick, if purchased, would be placed among the expected thousands at the new plaza outside the stadium. The bricks range between $195 and $545 depending on size and location. As of Thursday morning, the group had collected more than $400. The Levi’s Stadium Foundation reserves the right to reject any text, so the surreptitious purchase most likely will have to be more incognito than the “Go Hawks” phrase suggested by many fans. Other proposals include: Great Ones Have Achieved Wisdom Knowing Success– First letter of each word spells “Go Hawks.” BALTY –An acronym of “better at life than you,” which spawned after Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman ‘s memorable offseason interview with ESPN .
Seattle Seahawks fans buying brick at 49ers’ stadium?
“Your heart’s beating, your adrenaline’s going. It’s kind of like a third-and-long with the game on the line. That’s exactly what it felt like.” If so, Ryan was doing the equivalent of running toward the locker room. A video caught Ryan (slowly) climbing a fence to escape a bull that wasn’t yet in his vicinity. NEED SOME? GET SOME Feed your NFL addiction! Come feast on all the news in our updating blog .
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NFL Handicapping: Jump Off The Seahawks Bandwagon, Quickly
And its sure to get loud. After a group of Seahawks fans dubbed Volume 12 successfully entered a bid to the Guinness Book of Records , attempting to make Seahawks fans or the 12th Man the loudest fanbase in the world, another fan group of the Kansas City Chiefs is attempting to do the same. The Kansas City group, called the Terrorhead Returns, announced the bid submission on their Facebook page Sunday. From the Facebook page: The Seattle Seahawks fanbase are attempting to set the record but we, The Chiefs Kingdom believe Arrowhead Stadium is louder than any stadium in the world. We have submitted an application with Guiness World Book and will request the permission from the Kansas City Chiefs and the NFL to be given a fair chance to put the record where it is truly deserved. Join in Chiefs Fans! GO CHIEFS!!! Seattles bid for the record, already accepted by Guinness, will take place during the teams home-opener on Sept.
Seahawks’ Okung runs with bulls
San Francisco was playing the second of back-to-back road games, with the first being a huge, emotional win in Foxboro over the Patriots on Sunday Night Football. They simply didnt care about the Seattle game as much as the Seahawks did. Seattle closed the regular season by holding on late in a tight home win over St. Louis. The Seahawks were playing for postseason positioning and had revenge over the Rams for a loss in Week 4. Finally, Seattle went to Washington and handled the Redskins in the Wild Card Round. Even though it was a postseason game it was still a tough spot for the Skins after an emotional Week 17 win over archenemy Dallas with a playoff slot at stake. Yet even there Seattle was fortunate. Washingtons starting quarterback played on one leg after tearing his ACL the week prior against Dallas, eventually giving way to a rookie backup.