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According to widespread published reports, the Vikings and Seahawks have agreed to a trade that would send wide receiver Percy Harvin to Seattle in exchange for draft choices. The deal cannot be officially announced until Tuesday, when the new NFL year begins. It is surmised that Seattle will send multiple picks to Minnesota, very possibly including their first rounder in 2013, the 25th choice overall. What does it mean in fantasy football terms? Scott Engel of RotoExperts breaks it down after the jump.
Percy Harvin is a Seattle Seahawk. The initial fan reactions were Viking tears and Seahawk jubilation, but should that be the case?
Yes, the last minute of this game was crazy, but it might be time to put Brian Billick in a home. Despite what the scoreboard in front of him says, let alone the final moments of the game he just spent three hours watching, Billick thinks the Seattle Seahawks just defeated the Atlanta Falcons.
Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch pounded home the game-winning touchdown from the two-yardline with just 31 seconds remaining to give the Seahawks a short-lived 28-27 lead over the Atlanta Falcons, but not without a little drama.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is known for running over defenders with his dreadlocks flapping in the breeze. So far today, the only Marshawn Lynch that’s showed up is Atlanta Falcons running back Jacquizz Rodgers.
Seattle Seahawks Fullback Michael Robinson Shot Video Of FedEx Field Before It Tore Robert Griffin III’s ACL And LCL
Before last Sunday’s NFC Wild Card game at FedEx Field between the Seattle Seahawks and the Washington Redskins, Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson shot video on his phone of the actual playing surface. As you’ll see, the field is awful – and that’s just in pregame warmups. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called the field “horrible,” and the NFLPA is demanding improvements.
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman’s been a center of attention for one reason or another almost all year. Some of that attention was for playing well. Much of it was for his suspension and successful appeal. And the rest of it was because he is damn good at making people hate him.
Pete Carroll likes winning. You could even call it an obsession of his. And that obsession especially takes hold whenever Jim Harbaugh is involved. So when he not only beats, but crushes a Harbaugh team? Well, then this happens.