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Seattle Seahawks Finally Win in Arizona, and Convincingly

Oh, how the mighty have fallen. The Arizona Cardinals are no doubt knee deep in a depressing week. And knowing that feels so, so good. The Seattle Seahawks, over the past two seasons, have resembled but a minor bump on … Continue reading

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Oakland’s Biggest Strength is the Seattle Seahawks’ Biggest Weakness

The Seahawks face off with the Oakland Raiders on what’s likely to be one of the more entertaining games of the season. Sure, the Raiders and Seahawks had quite the rivalry going when they shared the same division, but that’s … Continue reading

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On Seahawks Roster Holes, Gaping or Otherwise

Through six games of the 2010 season, some trends are emerging. Some warm my heart. Others give me chest pains. And some have been downright surprising. As an example, I didn’t have high hopes for the Seahawks Defensive Line once … Continue reading

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The Anatomy of the 2010 Seattle Seahawks

Remember the scene from Pinocchio where wooden puppet Pinocchio turns into human Pinocchio and shrieks “I’m a real boy!”? Yeah, neither do I, but I get the gist. I think we can all draw a similar metaphor to the Seattle Seahawks: it … Continue reading

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