gowazzu02 wrote:I was also there! Fun story about how I got there.
Buddy calls me Friday afternoon - hey I can buy tix for tomorrows game, you want in?
Me: Nah, those are expensive and we stink (7-9)
Buddy: Alright yeah, good call
Buddy calls back like 4 hours later: Hey that guy just gave me the tix, you wanna go?
Me: Sure, why not.
Wow what a lucky turn of events that was.
loafoftatupu wrote:My mom was on Hospice, the entirely family there in support watching the game with her in pajamas and under heavy dosage of meds. She made little moves here and there until the BeastQuake when she got out of the chair and jumped up and down as Lynch moved further down the field. It was the best I had seen her in a very long time. All 90 pounds of her. She was just happy that we were all there but that moment made her go.
Hard to forget that.
Appyhawk wrote:Beastquake was one of the best football plays in nfl history. Maybe THE best. Can't believe it's already been 10 years...
chris98251 wrote:Appyhawk wrote:Beastquake was one of the best football plays in nfl history. Maybe THE best. Can't believe it's already been 10 years...
Echo this, you know you are getting Older when years seem like days ago. Would have never thought of it as Ten years ago.
To Aros, the Tip was fantastic, but the Beast quake run was Epic because of the duration, the physicality, and the announcement along with the low expectations of the Mediots of us winning, it set the tone for everything afterwards including the Tip and the Super Bowl, it set the tone for our defense going forward based on a RB being the Intimidator, the Enforcer, and Head Cheerleader.
He was called dysfunctional and anti media, a cast off.
But Seattle will always love Marshawn Lynch and to hell with everyone else except Oakland who always loved him.
Hawkstorian wrote:I was there,
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