In his latest blog for Seahawks fans, Seattle defensive back Richard Sherman says Saturday’s matchup against the New Orleans Saints will be “a dogfight” that he and the rest of the team welcome into Seattle.
Drew Brees and crew look for revenge this week, but they know that a win will be even harder to come by against a Seahawks team that has taken great steps forward since the last time they met in the playoffs.
Six weeks ago, the New Orleans Saints suffered their worst loss of the season in a game where they were absolutely demolished by the Seattle Seahawks. Immediately afterward, head coach Sean Payton told his players to put the game behind them because they would get another shot. Payton was right as the Saints are meeting the Seahawks again, and there are four big things they need to do, in order to win.
Seahawks fans rocked the stadium so hard during Monday night’s matchup with New Orleans that seismic instruments registered small tremors at various points in the game.
The Seattle Seahawks set the record for the loudest crowd again.
When the unbeaten Chiefs welcome old rival Oakland to Arrowhead Stadium Sunday, the fans will be trying to break a Guinness world record for loudest crowd roar in an outdoor sports stadium set earlier this year by Seahawks fans.
This Sunday, Seattle Seahawks fans will attempt to break the Guinness Book of World Records mark for loudest stadium, or officially “loudest crowd roar at a sports stadium,” which was set in 2011 in Turkey at the Ali Sami Yen Sport Complex Turk Telekom Arena during a soccer match between Galatasaray SC and Fenerbahce.
Blue Friday is back (thanks to a huge win in Washington, D.C. last Sunday) — and the 12th Man has slough of reasons to get pumped…
Here’s a short clip of the moment the Seahawks’ buses rolled down a very LOUD stretch of S 188th Street in SeaTac.
Seattle’s Macklemore and other area musicians helped Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn raise the Seahawks’ 12th Man Flag above the Space Needle on Friday morning.