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WORLD'S LOUDEST CROWD ROAR
The Seattle Seahawks, in support of Volume 12, reclaimed the record for loudest crowd roar with a readiong of 137.6 decibels. That reading beat a reading of 137.5 decibels on October 13th by the Kansas City Chiefs.
Seahawks reclaim roar record against Saints
The Seattle Seahawks and CenturyLink Field reclaimed the Guinness Book of World Record for loudest crowd roar with a reading of 137.6. Read more.
Volume 12 organized the attempt on Monday night and were fully support by the Seahawks. Follow Volume 12 on Facebook.
NFL playoff picture: Road to Super Bowl goes through Seattle in NFC
PLAYER OF THE GAME: GOLDEN TATE
Yes, the Seahawks lost the game, but Tate did everything he could to get the Seahawks their eighth consecutive victory and the NFC West title that would have come with it.
“Golden’s punt return was just spectacular,” quarterback Russell Wilson said of Tate taking the punt to the 4ers’ 27-yard line. “He’s really explosive. He made a lot of things happen. That was a huge return by him, and we’re going to need to continue to have that.”
Fans welcome Seahawks home
Doug Baldwin Jr
NFC Playoff Picture
1. Seattle Seahawks (11-1)
2. New Orleans Saints(9-3)
3. Detroit Lions (7-5)
4. Dallas Cowboys (7-5)
5. Carolina Panthers (9-3)
6. San Francisco 49ers (8-4)
49ers edge Seahawks, 19-17 tough, tough loss, Hey where still in first & #1
Wild Week 14 in the #NFL , Snow, Record Breaker & Grandpas Dancing!!
Seahawks at 49ers Highlights
San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore runs for 110 yards, quarterback Colin Kaepernick throws for 175 yards with a touchdown pass and the 49ers defeat the Seattle Seahawks 19-17 on Sunday. Watch Video
Seahawks just miss clinching NFC West
Seahawks took late lead, only to relinquish it in a 19-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park on Sunday that prevented them from clinching the NFC West title.
Whine, Whine, he geting scolled
Seattle’s Michael Bennett Returned a Fumble for a Touchdown, Danced Provocatively
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett returned a fumble 22 yards for a score and celebrated with a very adult dance. The air probably enjoyed it very much.
You never forget your first touchdown–no matter how long it lasts.
Rowdy Seattle Seahawks fans register as earthquake during Monday Night Football
Richard Sherman Decked Kenny Stills in the End Zone
Richard Sherman, one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL, had to resort to a dirty, low-rent play against the Saints on Monday Night Football. For no reason, Sherman just leveled an unsuspecting Kenny Stills in the end zone on this play in the red zone. Stills liked to run his mouth at Oklahoma, and Sherman is a legendary trash talker, so the Saints receiver probably said something and Sherman snapped. Two plays later, Jimmy Graham caught a touchdown pass to draw the Saints within 17-7.
A happy beyond-expectations birthday to Russell Wilson
Today is Russell Wilson’s birthday. On the surface, it’s not that noteworthy. We all have birthdays.
But we don’t all play quarterback for the team with the best record in the NFL, and we haven’t all achieved what Wilson already has at the ripe old age of 25 while playing quarterback for the Seahawks.
The latest huh-stat with Wilson is that he has the best winning percentage of any active QB in the league. That’s right, his 21-6 record as the starter since being selected in the third round of last year’s NFL Draft gives Wilson a winning percentage of .778 that tops the other QBs in 2012 draft class, including first overall pick Andrew Luck who is 18-9 (.667) for the Colts; and some other QBs you might have heard of – the Patriots’ Tom Brady (.774, 144-42), Broncos’ Peyton Manning (.694, 163-72) and Saints’ Drew Brees (.600, 108-72), who brings his 9-2 team to CenturyLink Field on Monday night.
But there are so many others: Wilson’s 13-0 record at CenturyLink Field; his 111.2 passer rating since Week 9 last season, which is tops in the league during that 19-game span; those 21 victories, which trail only the Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger (22) for the most in the first two seasons of a career; his nine game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime, second to Luck for a QB in his first two seasons since 1970; and on, and on.
While Wilson might not have everything, he already has done so many things. So what do you get a guy like that for his birthday? We asked second-year running back Robert Turbin, who is Wilson roommate for road games.
“I’d get him a book, because I know he likes to read,” Turbin said. “I don’t know if he’s read the book Coach K (Mike Krzyzewski) from Duke wrote, but probably a book like that or something similar. Because it’s something he can read, and it focuses on things he’s into.”
Hopefully Wilson will have time to read it while writing the latest chapter in his own truth-is-stranger-than-fiction story.
11 - 1 & the Best record in the #NFL,........... feels real good huh? Hey 12,............
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"I've been watching film on ...pretty much all the receivers we're going to be going against [this year]. That's the only way you can prepare. If you go into the game blind, and you don't know their tendencies, their offensive tendencies, -- there are offensive tendencies - the plays they run, the plays they love, their bread and butter, then you have receivers -- the routes they love, the routes they're going to get open on. If it's fourth and five and they're going for it, you want to know which routes they have in their bag."
However, Sherman's jab disrupts Smith for a half second, and this half-second lost at the line of scrimmage is the difference between the play succeeding or the play failing.
Watch the slow-motion!