Seahawks.net: What they're saying about us

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Razorbacks, Oct 11, 2013.

  1. Twisted_Steel

    Twisted_Steel Camp Fodder

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    Greetings from Seattle! Just wanted to drop by and wish you guys a good injury free game.

    I actually was born in Nashville, and lived in Clarksville until I was about 12, then we moved to Seattle. Man, I would have loved if Tennessee had a team back in those days. Everyone I remember was a Cowboys or Falcons fan at the time.

    I remember as a kid being so excited to move to Seattle that had its very own NFL team, as I was a huge football fan. The Seahawks back then were the Steve Largent, Dave Krieg, Curt Warner, Kenny Easley, Jacob Green teams, playing in the old Kingdome. I embraced that team fully and have never looked back.

    Though I do consider the Titans my #2 team for sentimental reasons. :)

    So here I am sitting in Seattle on a rainy day in my flannel, drinking coffee, listening to Pearl Jam from my home office as we all work in IT.

    Hit me up with any questions.

    PS Go Vols!
     
  2. TitanJeff

    TitanJeff Kahuna Grande Staff

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    Do you swing by Bruce Lee's grave most every day at lunch?
     
  3. Twisted_Steel

    Twisted_Steel Camp Fodder

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    Ha, only been there once. It's actually a cool experience to see his and Brandon's grave.

    You can also visit Jimi Hendrix grave and the house Kurt Cobain committed suicide in. If you're into those types of things....
     
  4. TitanJeff

    TitanJeff Kahuna Grande Staff

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    As someone who has been to Elvis' grave, I might be.
     
  5. Twisted_Steel

    Twisted_Steel Camp Fodder

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    Cobain's house you can't go in like Graceland, as it's a private residence. But you can walk by and go to the memorial bench at the park next door. Very cool.
     
  6. RollTide

    RollTide All-Pro

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    I would like to defend the posters here but lately it is hard. We have so many that after a loss want to change out the coaching staff and the QB. Too many whiners, quitters and then there are always the let's dog it for a good draft pick crowd.

    But this is where i have been posting for 11 years and i rarely post anywhere else.

    Seahawks fans seem ok but a little success has really made them full of themselves. What happens if Wilson goes down and they have to go with Tavaris jackson? Am i hoping we knock wilson out of the game sunday? Hell yes!
     
  7. mike75

    mike75 Starter

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    I remember those 80's Seahawks teams they were pretty good at times.Chuck Knox was one of the best coaches they ever had.The Kingdome was pretty loud as well.
     
  8. Twisted_Steel

    Twisted_Steel Camp Fodder

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    'The Wave' worked great in the Kingdome! Ah, good times until tiles started falling on people.
     
  9. ChromeSeahawk

    ChromeSeahawk Rookie

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    Tarvaris isn't Wilson, but we went 7-9 with a far inferior team in 2011 while Tarvaris played the entire season with a Torn Pectoral muscle. In the limited amount of snaps Tarvaris has seen this season he's looked very effective.
     
  10. Zappa71

    Zappa71 MYAAAH!

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