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I hate those douchbags. Watching Richard Sherman, who shoulda been suspended, yapping at Trent after the game was infuriating. Effing cheaters, I hope they get bounced out quickly.

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I was not impressed with them, honestly. I just wish we'd had any kind of a QB for one of the final three quarters.

Oh well. They are a good team and I'm sure we'll see them again in the playoffs over the next few years. Hopefully we'll get some revenge somewhere down the line.



... and yeah, they sure were yapping a lot. Sherman's a punk.
 

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And going for it on 4th down twice, inside the 40, inside the 2 minute warning, when we were down by 10 and out of it? Cocky ass ****ing douchebags. I hate Pete Carroll so bad, always have, and I really hope these cocky assholes get embarrassed with their bull**** antics and their dirty ass play.

As much as I hate Belicheat, Brady and the Patriots, they are the only team in there right now who have no problem running up the score like the Seahawks do. It would be worth it to see those two in the Super Bowl just to see the Patriots break the scoring record off in their ass while shutting them out. It would be lovely.
 

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Apparently their fans are real ****ing assholes too. Hearing multiple reports about Seattle fans in bars cheering Griffin's injury. I hate Seattle...
 

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I think I should amend what I said about them because it sounds bitter.

When I said I was not impressed with them, I meant I didn't see them as the 50+ point scoring juggernaut that everyone was talking about for the past week. They were good. They just ... well, they looked a lot like us. They just had a QB who wasn't playing on one leg. I can see why people hate playing us because Wilson was running the misdirection pretty well. That said, their offense wasn't as explosive as ours is when Griffin is healthy. Wilson looked like an 80% version of Griffin. Which is still good, mind you, but I don't really see the what the hype for him is all about other than the fact that he's playing really really well for a rookie. Of course he's also not as reckless with his body as Griffin has been, and in the end I guess that's what mattered.

So, yes, they are a good team. But leaps and bounds better than us? Eh. I don't see it.
 

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Henry, I disagree about Wilson running the read-option well. They had one fumble, and Wilson made the wrong decision on a couple runs, our D just wasn't able to make them pay for it.
 

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Oh we run it better. But they run it well enough.

Too bad Griffin was banged up. I do hope some day soon we get a chance to show them how to REALLY run that offense. :)
 

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My friends and family purchased 36 tickets to the Seahawks-49ers game Dec. 23 game, a trip we had planned since September. Our group, which was almost evenly split between Seahawk and 49er fans, headed up to Seattle to have a great time and enjoy the game.

Unfortunately, neither of those things happened.

Before the game, as we walked down First Avenue to CenturyLink Field, both my 14-year-old son and his friend, were verbally assaulted by Seahawks fans because they were wearing 49ers items. My son’s friend was wearing an Oregon Ducks rain jacket. One Seahawks fan walking behind us screamed at him, “Do you know what I (bleeping) hate more than the (bleeping) Niners? The (bleeping) Oregon Ducks!”

I told him, “He is 14 years old! He is just a kid, and you need to shut up!” The fan apologized.

About three minutes later, a Seahawks fan screamed in my son’s face: “The Niners (bleeping) suck! Go the (bleep) home!”

When I yelled at the fan to shut up, he told me, “Shut the (bleep) up!” and disappeared into the crowd.

At this point, I was fuming. It looked like a long night. It was just the beginning.

Inside the stadium, we walked up the ramps that led up to our seats. Three Seahawks fans walked by, and one stuck his face inches from my husband’s face and screamed profanity about the Niners, then ran away.

Throughout the game, every 49er fan in our group was screamed at, cussed at, even pushed and threatened that they were “going to get their ass kicked.” If any 49er fan left his or her seat, they had to take a Seahawk “bodyguard” with us.

We couldn’t enjoy the game because our primary concern was our safety.

Finally, we decided to leave the game midway through the third quarter. On my way to the restroom, a Seahawks fan screamed in my face: “Go the (bleep) home, you (bleeping) bunch of losers!”

I’d had enough and screamed back at him, “I guess it’s true what they say about Seahawk fans.” I used a choice word of my own.

He turned around to confront me: “What the (bleep) did you just say to me?” My husband guided me into the restroom, and another Seahawk fan kept the angry fan away from my husband, diffusing the situation.

We did meet some very nice Seahawks fans, but they were sorely outnumbered by the ones who weren’t. Every Niner fan we talked to endured the same treatment.

Security and event staff were too busy taking care of intoxicated fans and escorting them out to help us. We couldn’t get any of them to help us. We witnessed several people being escorted out before the game even started.

I was warned before we went to the game that Seahawks fans can be rough toward the visiting team, but I never imagined that we would be subjected to anything like that.

This was my son’s first professional football game, and it will probably be his last. He told me that he never wants to go to another pro football game.

I have been told that confrontations and violence are not limited to Seahawks games and are common throughout the NFL. If that’s true, I am appalled that teams and venues accept such behavior and don’t do more to provide for the safety of fans.

We are Washington natives, but a trip to Seattle will likely not happen again, even for non-sports events. We will not support a town whose fans behave that way.

Being a fan means that you are an extension of the team, and in a sense, a representative of the team you support. The Seahawks were not represented well by their rude, childish, violent and classless fans Sunday.

Sarah Brown is an executive assistant and a native of the Pacific Northwest who lives in Vancouver, Wash., with her husband, two children and dog.
http://seattletimes.com/html/take2/2020010620_taketwo28.html


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It is no less than I expected from a Pete Carroll team. He is college coach who has a young team that he encourages to act young. He wants the cockiness.

Atlanta's receivers and Turner should have a hay day with these guys and I look forward to it.
 

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**** Dick Sherman. That dude is the WORST. I just wish Trent had knocked his head clean off. What an ASSHAT.

Also, notice him trucking Garçon downfield, and ZERO FLAGS. That type of **** was happening all day. So, **** the Refs too.


STILL SO ANGRY. LANKY SMASH.
 

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Glad it's not just me. I almost swerved off the road listening to Cowturd the other day telling us about how awesome their D was, because of the superior adjustments they made against us. Ummm... STFdumbasswhoobviouslydidn'twatchthegame.

Was their adjustment injuring our QB? Cause with a healthy QB, I think we crush them.

Idiots.
 

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Who wants to bet Mara is drafting an email to Goodell right now, with the subject line:

"How many draft picks should we take from the Redskins for Trent Williams punching upstanding citizen Richard Sherman in the face?"
 

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Atlanta will destroy them next week if they play the same way we did against them for most of the game defensively. If our offense had put together just a couple of decent drives in the second half, that 4th quarter lead could have held.

Let's just hope Smith isn't stupid enough to go for it on 4th down 8 times like he did to give the Gnats the win last year.
 

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