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There's nothing like a road win
The Seahawks improved to 7-5 with a road win over a very good team Sunday. But they gained something more significant than that - they bonded as a team.
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  • clevesside wrote...
    Deja vu all over again....
    ...could this be a resurretion of the pre-Super Bowl team in 2004? PLayoff -caliber but F
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  • clevesside wrote...
    Deja vu all over again, again.....
    ...could this be a reincarnation (for you believers) of the pre-Super Bowl team of 2004? All pieces in place? Playoff-caliber but not quite there yet? Makes you wonder, and road wins are a great measure of progress. Apologies for blog-stutter also...
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  • rajuseattle wrote...
    We still need some talent on D and O.
    I dont agree with you, we are still missing some pieces on our D-line, especially PAss rush on the Road, our Pass rush on the Road is non existence, it works at C-link due to Crowd noise, but miserable so far on the Road, with the exception of Panthers game. On the O-line our top notch draft picks still questionable, and we need some studs on the Oline alongwith Russel okung. We also need a quality TE and a WR to support Zack miller and sidney Rice. golden Tate and Doug Baldwin are OK, but not like the weapons to be feared about for opposing defences.
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  • Selkirk Baseball Fan wrote...
    I Remember too
    I remember that game like it was yesterday. I've been a hawks fan back to the days of Curt Warner, Jacob Green, Dave Brown, Joe Nash, Steve Largent, John L. Williams, Kenny Easley, Dave Wyman:). I remember I was at a buddies house. He lived in a double wide mobile. Short ceilings. I was so excited that I jumped into he air and thump... I smacked my head on the ceiling and put a hole through the ceiling. I wish Knox would have helped me pay for the repairs:)
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  • Derrol_o wrote...
    Dave
    I vividly remember that game back in '90, that great win for the Hawks of which you were a part of. Arrowhead Stadium up to that point came to be known as the Snake Pit because of that losing streak. Tell me this: why was it so difficult for the Hawks to play there in that stadium? There was just bad vibes and bad mojo in the air emanating from that place. You could even feel it through the TV set. If I remember right I believe Curt Warner played his first career game there and his first run from scrimmage that went about 70 yards down the left sideline before fumbling the ball inside the 10 in a game the Seahawks of course lost. Then the following year in '84, after the Hawks blew the Chiefs out of the water 45-0 at the Dome they turned around and got bludgeoned 34-7 in the rematch at Arrowhead a few weeks later. What was it about that place? And is it relevant at all to the 2012 Hawks and the reason why they've had this much difficulty winning on the road this year? I know it's never easy to win a road game no matter who you are but road games seem to be particularly problematic for the Seahawks, throughout the entire history of the franchise. Some might say it's because the Seahawks have had more than their share of bad seasons but even when the team has been good the difficulty they've faced on the road has seemed disproportionately high.
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  • boomshakalaka wrote...
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    Love the story, thanks for sharing. I remember that game! I went absolutely bananas after Skansi caught the TD!
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  • Hawksbandit wrote...
    Airport Bars
    Dave, your bar story reminds me of my Units flight back from Iraq / Kuwait, then to Germany for out last stop before USA. A small Beer gardeden was made available for us with a 2 beer limit. Those were the happiest 2 beers I've ever had. Anyways, After the Hawks game, I remembered seeing Tate helping Rice back to the sidelines, these guys are becoming a real duo threat. Their differences are their strengths. They just need a good QB to get them the ball, and I think Hawks got that, Go Hawks!
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  • Chawks425 wrote...
    What I'm thinking...
    First of all Dave, you and Danny O'Neil need to replace Bob and Groz. I think that would be a waaaaaaaay better afternoon show. Now about the Hawks. That was a huge, HUGE road win for us. @Rajuseattle...you must've started smokin early! Tate is becoming a serious playmaker, the fact you say that he's just OK as a #2 WR, are you serious???? The dude continuously makes highlight plays and continues to grow. And Baldwin has been dealing with injuries all year and is still working on getting back into rhythm...Our WR corps are becoming serious threats. Great win for the Hawks and can't wait to see what RW does when we get into the playoffs. This team is growing stronger around him, and because of him. Sky is the limit! Go Hawks!
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  • Derrol_o wrote...
    Tate
    Chawk425: I have to agree with you about Tate but we could probably stand to see more total yards from him. If he's gonna be a primary target on this team he's gotta be up there in the 1000 yard range and so far he's only got like 480 or something like that. But he's starting to consistently find the end zone and had 96 yards last game which is a good sign. He's one of those guys I think still has a lot of upside that hasn't been tapped yet with a skillset similar to Percy Harvin.
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