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Old 12-20-2012, 07:01 AM
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Default Seahawks fans need to start worrying......

Mike Greenberg put the kiss of death on them this morning when he said he liked Seattle big time over the 49ers. Much more times than not, if you go the opposite way of his picks, you are in pretty good shape......

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Old 12-20-2012, 09:23 AM
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Mike Goldberg?

Do you mean Mike Greenberg?
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Mike Goldberg?

Do you mean Mike Greenberg?
My bad, yes....
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Old 12-23-2012, 09:25 PM
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I think your post reversed the jinx.
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Old 12-24-2012, 05:27 AM
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In last three games Seattle has scored 150 points. That has to be an NFL record.
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Old 12-24-2012, 08:31 AM
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In last three games Seattle has scored 150 points. That has to be an NFL record.
During the game last night, the announcer said that was the 2nd most points scored in a three game stretch. I'm not certain who is first on the list, maybe the Rams of the early 50's.
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Old 12-24-2012, 10:05 AM
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Reasonable people would say this is the best QB crop in some years and there is evidence Wilson's accomplishment trump those of RGIII and Luck. I will always like Wilson because he very nearly came to my beloved Marshall University before Wisconsin swooped in.
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During the game last night, the announcer said that was the 2nd most points scored in a three game stretch. I'm not certain who is first on the list, maybe the Rams of the early 50's.
Interesting. It seems more often than not an offensive record was set in the early 1950's. That must have been the golden age of scoring points.

But if they can keep this momentum going into the playoffs...watch out!
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Interesting. It seems more often than not an offensive record was set in the early 1950's. That must have been the golden age of scoring points.

But if they can keep this momentum going into the playoffs...watch out!
The record is 165, but I can't remember the team.

The Seahawks have to be the team no one wants to meet in the playoffs - they were pretty amazing again last night.

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Mike and Scott are right. The 1950 Rams set a record with 135 points in two consecutive games. A pedestrian 30 points in the previous game gave them 165 in a three game span.
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The Rams won 70-27 followed by 65-24. Yikes!
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Seattle is no doubt a great story this year, but 3-5 record on the road? They have a tremendous home field advantage at home, but just another team on the road, IMO......
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Seattle is no doubt a great story this year, but 3-5 record on the road? They have a tremendous home field advantage at home, but just another team on the road, IMO......
I certainly hope that trend holds up when they play Dallas in the first round. Oh wait....Dallas sucks at home
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Sure is exciting to be a Hawks fan. I drove down from Calgary to see the Dallas/Hawks game, it was by far the loudest thing I've experienced.

That's all I have to say as I'm still a noob to the game.
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Sure is exciting to be a Hawks fan. I drove down from Calgary to see the Dallas/Hawks game, it was by far the loudest thing I've experienced.

That's all I have to say as I'm still a noob to the game.
There was an article on Seahawks fans in today's Seattle Times. It wasn't flattering. I would like to watch tomorrow night's Cowboy/Redskins game in public somewhere, but the fans here are so anti-Cowboy that it would actually be physically dangerous for me to root for my team. Rooting AGAINST the Seahawks would be unthinkable in public, unless you were part of a gang.
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