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  • You guys hated him, but I’d have a ceremony during the first home game to have Blair Walsh as a member of the Ring of Honor because without his timely misses in 2017, the Seahawks very well could have been a 11/12 win team and the rash changes - namely firing Bevell (and more than likely Cable soon enough) would have never happened.

    Thank you Blair. You’re the hero that was needed, not the one that was deserved.
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  • I got his name tattooed across my face
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  • I named my son Blair Walsh Mylastname.
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  • Hasselbeck wrote:Thank you Blair. You’re the hero that was needed, not the one that was deserved.


    :lol: That's some quality stuff right there! :mrgreen: :irishdrinkers:
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  • I was in the stands in Minnesota when Blair Walsh missed that field goal. He’ll forever have a place in my heart for single-handedly quieting an entire crowd of ill-informed, drunken, hillbilly pricks.
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  • I named my pet iquana Blairzilla in honor of his accomplishments.
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  • He won us a playoff game from the opposing sideline, and now he's gotten rid of Bevell. Forgive us, Walsh. Only now do we understand your divine plan for us.
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  • WindCityHawk wrote:He won us a playoff game from the opposing sideline, and now he's gotten rid of Bevell. Forgive us, Walsh. Only now do we understand your divine plan for us.


    Forgot the playoff win he secured too.

    Let's let Blair raise the 12 flag for all of 2018, even the road games.
    ImTheScientist wrote:This guy is the closest thing to beast mode we will ever see. You got a glimpse of that yesterday. He was instantly my favorite player when they signed him. Give the dude a chance and don't overreact or overthink preseason. Go Hawks. Lacy will rush for 1,100 and 10TDs. Bend the knee.
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  • At first I thought this was a joke thread.....but now I'm confused lol
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  • Raise the 12 flag! I like it!

    Can we credit him for Cable being gone? If so, I'll have his children! I'd need a major operation/surgery first. But I LOVE Blair Walsh!
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  • never knew I would go from hating a guy some much to want to buy him a beer and put him in the ring
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  • Is he the main reason the Vikings have turned around to a great team and now Seahawks gets back to it?

    Is he the Theo Epstein of the NFL?
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  • Bless you Blair!!!
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  • I have to add,i have no doubt Darryl and Blair are great guys,very talented,i hope they both go on to great things.
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  • endzorn wrote:I was in the stands in Minnesota when Blair Walsh missed that field goal. He’ll forever have a place in my heart for single-handedly quieting an entire crowd of ill-informed, drunken, hillbilly pricks.


    Have you thawed out from that game yet?
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  • ivotuk wrote:Raise the 12 flag! I like it!

    Can we credit him for Cable being gone? If so, I'll have his children! I'd need a major operation/surgery first. But I LOVE Blair Walsh!


    Nah, you'll just need a poor Hollywood movie.

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  • Seanhawk wrote:
    ivotuk wrote:Raise the 12 flag! I like it!

    Can we credit him for Cable being gone? If so, I'll have his children! I'd need a major operation/surgery first. But I LOVE Blair Walsh!


    Nah, you'll just need a poor Hollywood movie.

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  • *Raises beer* Dilly, dilly!
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  • BigBill1945 wrote:I named my pet iquana Blairzilla in honor of his accomplishments.


    :lol: :lol: :lol: :2thumbs:
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  • After the Washington game he did say he could still do good things here. The guy is a mastermind.
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  • endzorn wrote:I was in the stands in Minnesota when Blair Walsh missed that field goal. He’ll forever have a place in my heart for single-handedly quieting an entire crowd of ill-informed, drunken, hillbilly pricks.


    Me and my kid were there also, opposite endzone, front row. I hated every second of that game because all I could think about was how I was going to die before I could get back to the car, and where they would find my body. Then Blair came in to save the day and I was instantly filled with a warmth that got me back to my car. I've never been so cold and my kid says, "I'm never going back to Minnesota."
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  • WindCityHawk wrote:He won us a playoff game from the opposing sideline, and now he's gotten rid of Bevell. Forgive us, Walsh. Only now do we understand your divine plan for us.


    LOL! :sarcasm_on: He's a modern day story of Joseph -- what was seemingly meant for evil ... God actually intended for good. Bless you Blair! :pray: :P
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  • KARAVARUS wrote:
    endzorn wrote:I was in the stands in Minnesota when Blair Walsh missed that field goal. He’ll forever have a place in my heart for single-handedly quieting an entire crowd of ill-informed, drunken, hillbilly pricks.


    Me and my kid were there also, opposite endzone, front row. I hated every second of that game because all I could think about was how I was going to die before I could get back to the car, and where they would find my body. Then Blair came in to save the day and I was instantly filled with a warmth that got me back to my car. I've never been so cold and my kid says, "I'm never going back to Minnesota."

    I live in North Dakota and work outside so the weather wasn’t anything out of the ordinary. All I know is any chill I felt was gone the second Walsh yanked that field goal. One of my favorite moments I’ve ever seen live. Plus I had a beer with BFS at the Seahawks rally the night before so it was a good weekend.
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