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Walsh Miss A Heartbreaking Dagger

With 7 seconds left on the clock, the Seahawks send in kicker Blair Walsh to tie the game at 34 from 52-yards out. The kick was up, looked long enough, and just fell short. 757 more words

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Week 12 Fantasy Surprises

Last week was a very rough one for my fantasy surprises as aside from Marcedes Lewis and Brandon McManus, very little positive impact was made. It didn’t help that Sterling Shepard was ruled out the night before the game, but hopefully things improve this week. 540 more words

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Seahawks Fall to the Falcons

To Seahawks fans all around the world… I would say I feel your pain but I don’t because my kicker(s) have never missed a game-tying or game-winning field goal (at least I can’t remember a time when Patriots kickers did). 399 more words

Falcons Win NFC Showdown Thanks To Seahawks' Shortcomings

“You’re Killing me Petey!!”

Picture this….

There’s 7 seconds left in the 1st half, and you’re on your opponents’ 17-yard line. You’ve been effectively outplayed but have a chance to cut the lead to 4 at the half with a 35-yard field goal. 498 more words

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.500 in sight?!

Of course I just jinxed myself.  But last week’s results were certainly encouraging nonetheless.  Every week is different, as we know, so 3-10 is just as likely as 10-3 in Week Ten.  554 more words

WEEK 9 RECAP: Scrapfest 2017!

“That’s a first-round guy, and that’s a first-round catch. It just seems like him and them deep balls, they’re a married couple.”

-Josh Norman on his teammate Josh Docston’s incredible 38-yard diving catch that got the Redacteds a half-yard from the goal on their improbable game-winning drive against the Seahawks. 1,690 more words

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That was the worst home loss in Wilson era; now it gets tougher

Seattle’s 17-14 debacle against Washington was easily the worst home loss of the Russell Wilson era — a ridiculous defeat to an undermanned team that the Seahawks couldn’t afford to take, not with the toughest part of their schedule about to begin. 1,085 more words

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