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SEATTLE – Remember the viral photo on social media of “The Dress,” for which some people saw black and blue while others insisted it was white and gold? Fans probably have similarly contrasting views of the Seahawks right now.
SEATTLE – They have had rosters stacked with so many future Hall of Famers that the game almost seemed rigged. They have had squads so imposing that if there were a stat for Sleep Lost by Upcoming Opponent, they would have led the league year after year.
The Storm decided to pass on drama. Instead it went with total domination.
SEATTLE – One of the great sports calls of the century came in 2008, when Tiger Woods knocked in a 12-foot putt to put him in an 18-hole playoff at the U.S. Open. This was when Woods was at the peak of his powers, seemingly invincible despite playing on a torn ACL and a stress fracture in his leg.
SEATTLE – My favorite quote from “Jurassic Park” came when Dr. Ian Malcolm, portrayed by Jeff Goldblum, was in the lab where scientists were manufacturing dinosaurs. When one of those scientists said that the dinosaurs in the park can’t breed because they’re all female, it gave the professor pause.
What are you feeling right now if you’re a Seattle Seahawks fan? Are you still oohing and aahing over those five touchdown passes from Russell Wilson, who took over as the Vegas favorite to win NFL MVP? Or has your mood altered drastically over two key injuries on the team’s weaker side of the ball?
TACOMA – Mariners prospect Taylor Trammell wanted to have some fun with his new general manager. When Seattle GM Jerry Dipoto called Taylor to welcome him to the organization earlier in the week, he pretended like he had no idea he’d been traded from San Diego.
The press box didn’t shake at CenturyLink Field on Sunday. That tends to happen when the famed crowds get particularly boisterous.
SEATTLE – This one didn’t carry the magnitude of the trade four years earlier. It didn’t dominate the baseball world’s headlines, or involve any All-Stars.
SEATTLE – Truth, Part 1: Earl Thomas is the most honest, candid NFL player I can remember interviewing. The former Seattle Seahawk’s unfiltered responses were as refreshing as they were compelling.
The biggest concern for the Seattle Seahawks this year might not be the 11 guys lining up against them each play. It might not be the Los Angeles Rams’ Aaron Donald, the Atlanta Falcons’ Matt Ryan or the Dallas Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott.
SEATTLE – You’re probably not going to see a statue of Slade Gorton erected in Seattle. It is unlikely the man signed any autographs for children or adoring fans, either.
SEATTLE – Is that Gary Kloppenburg coaching on the sideline for the Storm or Geno Auriemma? Are these games being played in Bradenton, Florida, or Storrs, Connecticut?
College football in the spring. The idea once seemed preposterous, but is now touted as possible.
There is no stat for this on profootballreference.com, but if it were documented, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll would probably hold the record for use of the phrase “fired up.” The man is a virtuoso of vigor – a sun-sized ball of energy.
For many Americans – possibly millions – this may be the worst August they can remember. Unemployment is still stratospheric, social restrictions are still ubiquitous, and the tunnel that is this coronavirus pandemic remains dim.
You have to think most people were thinking it. Longtime Seahawks play-by-play man Steve Raible finally asked it.
SEATTLE – You don’t have to preach to Mariners center fielder Braden Bishop about the contagious nature of the novel coronavirus. His younger brother Hunter contracting it was all the confirmation he needed.
SEATTLE – Wednesday was a big deal, but this isn’t a done deal. The Huskies’ quarterback competition should still be fierce.
SEATTLE – Roughly 30 million people are unemployed right now. My guess is many more have taken some kind of pay cut.