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Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 8:24 am
  • The dog days of the offseason. It gets exponentially difficult to figure out things to talk about until training camp and beyond. So how about this. What is your favorite all-time Seahawks-related memory? It can be anything you want. XLVIII will be the popular one of course but don't feel it's limited to games. It could be meeting a player, or some moment that involved the Seahawks somehow, in any way.

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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 8:39 am
  • Glenn Foley to Fabien Bownes! TOUCHDOWN!

    OK, not my most favorite, but still a personal favorite.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 8:44 am
  • Percy Harvin’s kickoff return in XLVIII. Why??? because that was the point I knew with a 100% certainty that the team I’ve rooted for since I was 8 years old was going to be Super Bowl champs!!! Great times! :lol:
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 8:52 am
  • The Tip.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 8:53 am
  • I'll steer clear if the obvious ones that will come up, which will all be great memories.
    Mine was in the Divisional Round playoff game vs the Redskins on our way to the first super bowl appearance.The game was played in January 2006.
    Alexander got knocked out of the game, but Hasselbeck was not going to lose that game. His scramble into the end zone has this image forever etched into my memory.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 9:00 am
  • Yeah Hass was epic that game. Feels like yesterday. I love how we are the Redskins personal kryptonite in the playoffs, lol! I still remember how smug and douchey their fans were on .NET the week leading up to the game. After? Not a peep.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 9:02 am
  • Hawkstorian wrote:Glenn Foley to Fabien Bownes! TOUCHDOWN!

    OK, not my most favorite, but still a personal favorite.


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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 9:04 am
  • I'm not sure I have a single most favorite, but this is certainly one of them.

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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 9:09 am
  • Lest we forget...

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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 9:11 am
  • Way too many to choose from, but I'd have to go with The Tip. That might have been the best game in the history of the team. By far the best two teams in the NFL battling it out to the last second. It was in our end zone, and I remember my heart pounding so fast I thought I was gonna' pass out.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 9:47 am
  • Wilson to Willson for the two point conversion. Any doubts about divine intervention could be put to bed at that point.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:00 am
  • I was at the first Seahawk playoff win in 1983 against the Broncos, and to this day it's my favorite memory.

    My dad got tickets through a client or something, and took me and my brother.........and I remember everything, from walking in and walking out through the concourse to our seats and seeing that sea of blue and green, the energy was palpable, the players warming up looking like ants cause we were WAY up in the 300 level in the corner of the endzone.............................. and then when Krieg hit Largent for our first TD my ears bleeding from the Kingdome noise.

    It's about as close to heaven as a die hard 13 year old Hawk fan could get.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:02 am
  • This is top 5 also. Steve Largents "pay back blow" on Mike Harden the dirtbag from Denver.

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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:06 am
  • Jim Zorn quick kicks vs. Bears 1982 to secure the win for coach Mike McCormack.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:22 am
  • Seymour wrote:This is top 5 also. Steve Largents "pay back blow" on Mike Harden the dirtbag from Denver.



    Also one of my favorites.

    If I remember Largent even got a tooth knocked out, and couldn't wait to get back on the field with Harden. Incredible turn of events to even make that revenge hit happen.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:57 am
  • Playoffs, from the 2005 season. My wife and I lucked into playoff tickets. Washington game was amazing, then on to Carolina. Just being in the Hawks Nest as the realization started sinking in with us and everyone around us, that the Seahawks were going to the Super Bowl for the first time!!

    It was just a crazy feeling in the crowd, people were counting down, and cheering, no one could believe it was finally happening! Felt really magical at the time. Obviously ended horribly. But at that moment it was something else.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:58 am
  • Sgt. Largent wrote:I was at the first Seahawk playoff win in 1983 against the Broncos, and to this day it's my favorite memory.

    My dad got tickets through a client or something, and took me and my brother.........and I remember everything, from walking in and walking out through the concourse to our seats and seeing that sea of blue and green, the energy was palpable, the players warming up looking like ants cause we were WAY up in the 300 level in the corner of the endzone.............................. and then when Krieg hit Largent for our first TD my ears bleeding from the Kingdome noise.

    It's about as close to heaven as a die hard 13 year old Hawk fan could get.


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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 11:00 am
  • twisted_steel2 wrote:Playoffs, from the 2005 season. My wife and I lucked into playoff tickets. Washington game was amazing, then on to Carolina. Just being in the Hawks Nest as the realization started sinking in with us and everyone around us, that the Seahawks were going to the Super Bowl for the first time!!

    It was just a crazy feeling in the crowd, people were counting down, and cheering, no one could believe it was finally happening! Felt really magical at the time. Obviously ended horribly. But at that moment it was something else.


    So true! First and only time I can recall actually shedding some tears. Just short of 30 years, waiting for what seemed like the improbable. My beloved Seattle Seahawks finally made it to the Big Dance. That was a special, special game and moment no doubt.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 11:08 am
  • The tip was the first intuition so I gotta to with that. It’s not very personal but man was it a great moment!
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 11:38 am
  • i.e. "The Tip"...

    Our seats are in that endzone. Before the play my wife says to me "I can't watch. I am going to turn around." I said, "Ah come on! This is what it's all about!! THESE are the moments we will never forget!" But nothing could change her mind. So she turns around. There I was, boldly facing forward, ready to take whatever was meant to be. Then the ball was hiked, I saw the arc of the ball mid-air, I quickly looked at the coverage and said "Sherman's got this!!" I KNEW Sherman was going to either intercept or deflect the pass. The rest is history.

    To this day my wife still says it's BECAUSE she turned around that that play happened. When you are married, you learn to simply agree.

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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 11:44 am
  • I became a fan during the "Cinderella Seahawks" win against Miami in the '83 playoffs. But I grew up in Vancouver, WA so I only ever saw 'gameday' on TV. So when my Dad got tickets to a Raiders game in the mid-80's, seeing the outside of the Kingdome come into view in the car front window, then seeing the giant cavernous inside of it for the first time...it was just magical in a way that things are magical to kids.

    I will say that the Super Bowl win was magical as an adult in a way that it probably wouldn't have been as a kid. Maybe the only time things work that way. Erasing a lifetime of football disappointment that game was euphoric and may have been the best day of my life.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 11:48 am
  • This one is easy for me. Wild Card vs the Saints. We had no problem buying seats on Ticketmaster the week of the game, everybody outside of Seattle thought we were sure to lose! My wife, my self, and 2 of our buds, 4 seats in a row, south endzone. New Orleans fans all over the stadium talking so much trash at The HawksNest before the game, they were the defending champs and their fans made sure we knew that! He we were at the game and everything went right, back and forth scoring, then BeastQuake and the rest is history! It was really the start of the modern era of Seahawks football! We stayed in the stands for like an hour after the game ended, "I've got a feeling" by the black eyed peas kept playing over the stadium speakers and I and just about everybody else there knew, Pete was going to turn this around!
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 11:59 am
  • Gonna have to go with NFCCG vs Carolina. After a week of hype about how Smith was gonna carve us up, and then we basically shut him out.

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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 12:03 pm
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    And the League was silent and tripping over themselves trying to backtrack on how the greatest offense ever lost to those guys from Egypt.

    Was more a collection of memories encapsulated in one Historic Event and then the fall out and scramble of all the Mediots and I really mean just about everyone that picked the Broncos to kick our asses, after all it was cold and on the East Coast also.

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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 12:57 pm
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    Krieg avoiding Thomas's eighth sack and throwing to Skansi for a touchdown is a close second as that is the game where I went from being a casual fan to die-hard Seahawks fan.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 1:28 pm
  • I have the obvious ones too - but one of my favourite memories is the three game stretch in December 2012.
    58-0 vs. Arizona (think we had 5 interceptions that game), 50-17 vs. Buffalo (pretty sure this was the game RW used the Read option and just smoked them), and 42-13 vs. Niners (glorious in so many ways).
    After those three games I was certain it was only a matter of time until the Seahawks were champs.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 1:41 pm
  • Sports Hernia wrote:Percy Harvin’s kickoff return in XLVIII. Why??? because that was the point I knew with a 100% certainty that the team I’ve rooted for since I was 8 years old was going to be Super Bowl champs!!! Great times! :lol:

    Yep, Percy's kickoff return for me too. I jumped off the couch and kept jumping up and down for a long time. I turned to mr dbmack and said, "we are going to win this game!!!" It was at that moment I really truly believed it.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 1:41 pm
  • GREAT stuff everyone! Keep 'em coming!
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 1:41 pm
  • 1998 draft......I called what I thought was Seahawks headquarters and yelled at the receptionist to draft Randy Moss. We picked Anthony Simmons instead. :roll:
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 2:03 pm
  • 11/04/1984 Seattle Vs KC. My first game
    We beat KC 45-0. Seattle had 6 interceptions that day returned for an nfl record 325 yards. 4 taken back to the house, 2 by Kenny Easley. The dome was rocking that day. was a good day.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 2:37 pm
  • ImTheScientist wrote:1998 draft......I called what I thought was Seahawks headquarters and yelled at the receptionist to draft Randy Moss. We picked Anthony Simmons instead. :roll:


    How dare she for not listening!! LOL!!
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 2:54 pm
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 3:03 pm
  • Pretty partial to the Beast Quake run, that was a special moment.

    Also liked RW to Kearse in the EZ for the walk-off W vs. GB
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 3:04 pm
  • So my first Seahawks game I went to was late November of 1981 in the Kingdome. I was 14 and was able to shake hands with several players during warm ups. The game was against the Oakland Raiders and we lost by 1 point. It’s funny that this is a game I remember fondly as a kid, because this was the game where Jim Zorn broke his ankle late in the 4th quarter. After that some guy named Kreig became our starting QB.


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Mon Jun 04, 2018 3:09 pm
  • I'm going to go with weird on this one:
    A couple of years after moved to Indiana and I could no longer see the Hawks on tv,
    I was not happy with that at all!Then HBO was on one night and I saw "inside the NFL"
    with Len and Nick and I don't who's voice that was on the highlights but man when it
    finally got to the Hawks I am seeing Krieg throwing a beautiful spiral in slo mo which
    seemed like forever right into the hands of Paul Johns for a TD.That voice and the
    slo mo highlight gave me happy chills.I know it's nothing but to me in that point of
    time it was everything.I watched that show for years and the Hawks always seemed
    to be featured last but those early Knox years were exciting as we finally got to the
    playoffs and I could see my team again sometimes anyway.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 3:12 pm
  • I was also at this game, my first live Hawk game. I will NEVER remember walking from the concourse and seeing the field for the first time in person. This has always been my favorite Hawk memory and always will!


    AKNFidel wrote:So my first Seahawks game I went to was late November of 1981 in the Kingdome. I was 14 and was able to shake hands with several players during warm ups. The game was against the Oakland Raiders and we lost by 1 point. It’s funny that this is a game I remember fondly as a kid, because this was the game where Jim Zorn broke his ankle late in the 4th quarter. After that some guy named Kreig became our starting QB.


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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 4:48 pm
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    twisted_steel2 wrote:Playoffs, from the 2005 season. My wife and I lucked into playoff tickets. Washington game was amazing, then on to Carolina. Just being in the Hawks Nest as the realization started sinking in with us and everyone around us, that the Seahawks were going to the Super Bowl for the first time!!

    It was just a crazy feeling in the crowd, people were counting down, and cheering, no one could believe it was finally happening! Felt really magical at the time. Obviously ended horribly. But at that moment it was something else.


    So true! First and only time I can recall actually shedding some tears. Just short of 30 years, waiting for what seemed like the improbable. My beloved Seattle Seahawks finally made it to the Big Dance. That was a special, special game and moment no doubt.


    Yeah this was a great time. My jaw hit the ground when Lofa decleated Nick Goings in the NFCCG. I remember yelling, who's soft now bitches!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 5:02 pm
  • Favorite live memory - NFCCG vs. Carolina, hoisting the NFC trophy and going to the SB for the first time

    Favorite TV memory - 1a - The Tip; 1b - 2014 NFCCG, Bostick taking it off the facemask and recovering onside kick. For some reason, that was the moment in that Packers game when I pretty much lost my mind.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 5:56 pm
  • “We want the ball and we’re going to score!”

    Although what happened about 2 minutes later kind of sucked.
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Mon Jun 04, 2018 6:21 pm
  • Watching RW catch a TD pass right underneath us.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 6:26 pm
  • Sports Hernia wrote:Percy Harvin’s kickoff return in XLVIII. Why??? because that was the point I knew with a 100% certainty that the team I’ve rooted for since I was 8 years old was going to be Super Bowl champs!!! Great times! :lol:


    I'm right there with you. I actually started tearing up at that moment. I knew it was over, and the Hawks were finally the Champs!
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 6:46 pm
  • 1983 first road playoff win vs the Marino led Dolphins.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 7:04 pm
  • Love reading these. A few make me remember the tearing up. NFCCG vs Carolina, XLVIII, etc. one of my favorite memories out of many would be the first time Curt Warner touched the ball as a rookie...62 yard scamper against KC.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 7:18 pm
  • Seymour wrote:This is top 5 also. Steve Largents "pay back blow" on Mike Harden the dirtbag from Denver.


    One of my favorites as well, I was there.
    Sadly, Largent’s awesome hit on Harden would probably be a penalty in today’s NFL.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 7:45 pm
  • Hawkstorian wrote:Glenn Foley to Fabien Bownes! TOUCHDOWN!

    OK, not my most favorite, but still a personal favorite.


    I was at that game! And was looking away for that play.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 7:48 pm
  • Seymour wrote:This is top 5 also. Steve Largents "pay back blow" on Mike Harden the dirtbag from Denver.


    One of my favorites as well, I was there.
    Sadly, Largent’s awesome hit on Harden would probably be a penalty in today’s NFL.
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    And the League was silent and tripping over themselves trying to backtrack on how the greatest offense ever lost to those guys from Egypt.

    Was more a collection of memories encapsulated in one Historic Event and then the fall out and scramble of all the Mediots and I really mean just about everyone that picked the Broncos to kick our asses, after all it was cold and on the East Coast also.

    That and coming back here and enjoying the glow of everyone here, that sense of brotherhood and fandom that can't be put into words, winning something this big with people you have known since this Forums inception.

    I was on vacation the week following XLVIII, listening to the National mediots on national sports radio tripping all over themselves to backsplain their choices and were forced to give Seattle credit for such dominating performance.

    Must give former Bronco Shannon Sharpe on his Sirius radio show, he said Seattle flat out dominated and folks that don’t give them credit are fools as a blind man could see it was complete and total domination that was rarely seen in any championship game.
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Re: Favorite Seahawks Memory
Mon Jun 04, 2018 8:18 pm
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    chris98251 wrote:43 - 8

    And the League was silent and tripping over themselves trying to backtrack on how the greatest offense ever lost to those guys from Egypt.

    Was more a collection of memories encapsulated in one Historic Event and then the fall out and scramble of all the Mediots and I really mean just about everyone that picked the Broncos to kick our asses, after all it was cold and on the East Coast also.

    That and coming back here and enjoying the glow of everyone here, that sense of brotherhood and fandom that can't be put into words, winning something this big with people you have known since this Forums inception.

    I was on vacation the week following XLVIII, listening to the National mediots on national sports radio tripping all over themselves to backsplain their choices and were forced to give Seattle credit for such dominating performance.

    Must give former Bronco Shannon Sharpe on his Sirius radio credit, he said Seattle flat out dominated and folks that don’t give them credit are fools as a blind man could see it was complete and total domination that was rarely seen in any championship game.


    Yeah that was the perfect example of the Mediots, the NFL all so sure of themselves that Manning and the fact that it was in New York was basically a gift for Manning. The Earth began to move when the Sea of Blue and Green began to appear in New York, still like Pharoah they would not conceed or change their thoughts and position, then it was colder then anticipated which was more a detriment to Manning and the Broncos offense then Seattle, yet they figured the Broncos had to much for our defense to handle and Manning was too smart, still Pharoah would not conceed.

    Then the game started, plague after Plague fell upon the Broncos, first the Mediots were in denial it was happening, then were dumbfounded it was happening, afterwards speechless because it happened.


    The analysts and Mediots trying to unexplain their prophetic picks and deflect, justify, blame other influences such as it was a Home Game for the Seahawks because of our fans there which makes us also intolerable I guess :)


    After all the years of being dismissed and treated as a AAA club in the NFL, from the Pittsburgh game where they were almost giddy we were being flogged by the Officials, the vandalism of the teams bus, the handing out of the Towels by the league, the prior years of the Phantom Helmet call on Vinny, all the no chances we have to win on Monday Night Football where we over the years have shown were one of the best. Being called South Alaska, Egypt.

    Seeing everyone that has been with this team all those years enjoy the most dominating win in Super Bowl history while every Mediot that has shown contempt and glee in writing our demise season after season choke on thier perspective selfs.

    That was a perfect storm to expereince as a fan.
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Tue Jun 05, 2018 3:21 am
  • I went to Arrowhead on 08/24/12 and sat behind the Seahawks bench. I had Russel Wilson and Robert Turbin on my fantasy college football team for a couple of years prior to them getting drafted. I knew that Russel Wilson was something special and I wanted to see him in person. I also got to see T.O.
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Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:46 am
  • Has to be the 2005 NFC Championship Game. 4 straight hours of screaming, yelling, and celebrating. By far the loudest game I have ever been to. From beginning to end the 12th Man was insane.

    #2 would be Romo fumbling the hold on the kick. #3 would be Golden Tate's TD catch to beat the Packers.
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