Tag Archives: Pete Carroll

Can’t catch a break (observations from Sehawks pre-season game week 2)

I really am sorry for Matt Flynn. He looks the part of starting NFL QB, he does what is asked from him, he delivers, yet everyone instead goes ga-ga over Russell Wilson. Not only are two of his very well-thrown … Continue reading

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Singlehandedly Wrote a Blog Post (and Week 3 Musings)

Typing with one hand sucks. I’m after a little sympathy; so what? Just a personal, making-eye-contact message to you: NEVER look away when cutting an onion (or anything for that matter) with a very sharp knife. Seriously. Don’t make me … Continue reading

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Why Root for the Seattle Seahawks to Win?

Just a point of clarification: the title of the post isn’t at all sarcastic in nature. I think that now is a great time to remind a good number of Seahawks fans why they should root for their team to … Continue reading

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Why Matt Hasselbeck is Still the Starter

I flip-flopped quite a bit on the title of this article and finally settled on the positioning of ‘is’ after ‘Matt Hasselbeck’ and not before it. I’m in a declarative mood, I guess. On Monday, Pete Carroll announced that Matt … Continue reading

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Where The Seattle Seahawks Have Improved

The 2010 Seattle Seahawks are a biopolar team. And that’s not good for us fans. One moment, we’re likely inflicting permanent damage to our vocal chords, the next we’re ready to drop a toaster into a bathtub full of water. … Continue reading

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