A. Name four of the six Ring of Honor members.
B. Name Seattle’s first Pro Bowler.
C. The Seahawks’ all-time interception leader is Dave Brown, Eugene Robinson, Kenny Easley or John Harris?
A. Have the Seahawks ever played a tie game?
B. Name the first Seahawk drafted in 1976 and the last Seahawk drafted in 1997.
C. Which Seahawk didn’t lead the team in rushing one season? Jim Jodat, Theotis Brown, David Hughes, Derrick Fenner, Dan Doornink, John L. Williams?
D. What former Seahawks running back is an assistant coach with Houston, er, Tennessee?
E. Which former Seahawks receiver is a Seattle TV news anchor and a radio analyst for Seahawks games?
3. Chuck Knox-tough
A. Most Seahawks fans know former quarterback Dave Krieg came from tiny Milton College, now defunct. Who was Seattle’s other Milton product? (Hint: He was the guilty party when Seattle was penalized for having 12 men on field, giving Jim Turner a second-chance field goal as Denver beat Seattle in overtime 20-17 in 1978.)
B. Alphabetically, name the first and last Seahawks on the team’s all-time roster. Give yourself an A if you get the first player. Give yourself an F if you don’t get the last one.
C. Name one Brian Bosworth movie.
1A: Steve Largent, Jim Zorn, Dave Brown, Pete Gross (broadcaster), Curt Warner, Jacob Green.
2A: No, closest was 20-17 loss to Philadelphia in 1992 when Eagles kicked game-winning FG as gun sounded in overtime.
2B: 1976, Steve Niehaus; 1997, Carlos Jones.
2D: Sherman Smith.
2E: Steve Raible.
3A: Dave Kraayeveld, defensive lineman.
3B: A - Sid Abramowitz; Z - Jim Zorn.
3C: Stone Cold, One Man’s Justice.
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