Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Interesting facts about the vaunted Seattle Seahawks and their rabidly loyal fanbase

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Interesting facts about the vaunted Seattle Seahawks and their rabidly loyal fanbase

    1) The Seahawks are 11-12 all time in the Playoffs, having made the playoffs 13 times and lost one Superbowl since the inception of the Franchise. These accomplishments are highly respected by all Seahawk fans, some Browns fans, and Kim Jong Un.

    2) Starbucks employs 99.4% of all Seahawk fans.

    3) When Pete Carrol is not violating NCAA recruitment rules, celebrating poorly officiated victories, supporting underage drinking, and attending dorm parties, he coaches.

    4) Marshawn Lynch, the world-beating running back that makes Adrian Peterson quake in his shoes, has run for a mind-boggling 1257 yards this season. Ponder the greatness.

    5) Richard Sherman's Rap debut will be timed to release the week of their Superbowl loss. His unique remix of Karate Kid legend "Your The Best" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjcOJmoJwpk) will be featured during his new Dre Beats commercial.

    6) Seattle's original mascot was going to be the Phoenix. Obviously, a Phoenix would have been far more fearsome and awe-inspiring than a docile, Pier-pooping scavenger like the Seahawk, but the rain kept dousing the flames of the Phoenix. Also, the Phoenix, in many ways like Seattle's great tradition of excellence, is completely imaginary and fictitious in nature.

    7) The best player in Seahawk history is Steve Largent. He was white.

    8) Seahawk's Owner Paul Allen has modeled the offense to behave in many ways like Microsoft Windows - bloated, inconsistent, and prone to crashing.

    9) Seattle's home stadium (Century Link Field) has a capacity of 67,000, which is more than enough to seat every known Seahawk fan.

    10) The Hasselbeck curse still haunts the Seahawks. "We want the ball and we're going to score!", Matt Hasselbeck proudly proclaimed during the coin toss of Seattle's only Superbowl appearance. Promptly, the football gods gave Jerramy Stevens bricks for hands and created an imaginary line that Jerome Bettis could cross for a free touchdown. The curse reflects on Seattle like a bright light on Hasselbeck's balding cone-headed dome to this day.

  • #2
    Fact 10 is false. He did that in a playoff game against the Packers in which he promptly threw a pick 6. *nitpicking*

    Comment


    • #3
      Plagiarism.

      Comment


      • #4
        Originally posted by broncocalijohn View Post
        Plagiarism.
        Nope! All original - my memory stinks though. Could have sworn that was the SB where Hasselbeck made the coin toss boast...

        Comment


        • #5
          You missed the fact that they only came into existence in 2005. Before that there was no such thing as a Seahawk fan.

          Comment


          • #6
            Originally posted by Samiwindr View Post
            1) The Seahawks are 11-12 all time in the Playoffs, having made the playoffs 13 times and lost one Superbowl since the inception of the Franchise. These accomplishments are highly respected by all Seahawk fans, some Browns fans, and Kim Jong Un.

            2) Starbucks employs 99.4% of all Seahawk fans.

            3) When Pete Carrol is not violating NCAA recruitment rules, celebrating poorly officiated victories, supporting underage drinking, and attending dorm parties, he coaches.

            4) Marshawn Lynch, the world-beating running back that makes Adrian Peterson quake in his shoes, has run for a mind-boggling 1257 yards this season. Ponder the greatness.

            5) Richard Sherman's Rap debut will be timed to release the week of their Superbowl loss. His unique remix of Karate Kid legend "Your The Best" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjcOJmoJwpk) will be featured during his new Dre Beats commercial.

            6) Seattle's original mascot was going to be the Phoenix. Obviously, a Phoenix would have been far more fearsome and awe-inspiring than a docile, Pier-pooping scavenger like the Seahawk, but the rain kept dousing the flames of the Phoenix. Also, the Phoenix, in many ways like Seattle's great tradition of excellence, is completely imaginary and fictitious in nature.

            7) The best player in Seahawk history is Steve Largent. He was white.

            8) Seahawk's Owner Paul Allen has modeled the offense to behave in many ways like Microsoft Windows - bloated, inconsistent, and prone to crashing.

            9) Seattle's home stadium (Century Link Field) has a capacity of 67,000, which is more than enough to seat every known Seahawk fan.

            10) The Hasselbeck curse still haunts the Seahawks. "We want the ball and we're going to score!", Matt Hasselbeck proudly proclaimed during the coin toss of Seattle's only Superbowl appearance. Promptly, the football gods gave Jerramy Stevens bricks for hands and created an imaginary line that Jerome Bettis could cross for a free touchdown. The curse reflects on Seattle like a bright light on Hasselbeck's balding cone-headed dome to this day.
            tough crowd today

            Comment


            • #7
              WTF AT #7.......

              Comment


              • #8
                Originally posted by Bronco Yoda View Post
                tough crowd today
                I think my comments actually gives him kudos.

                Comment


                • #9
                  Was hoping this post would be a troll magnet so we could get on with real conversations in the others

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Samiwindr View Post
                    Was hoping this post would be a troll magnet so we could get on with real conversations in the others
                    Unfortunately the trolls are not going to bite because you have the word "Facts" in the title of the thread..... and as we all know, Seahawk trolls don't care about facts

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by bronco militia View Post
                      WTF AT #7.......
                      He always reminded me of Eddie Mac.

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Yawn

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Originally posted by ElwayMD View Post
                          Fact 10 is false. He did that in a playoff game against the Packers in which he promptly threw a pick 6. *nitpicking*
                          I laughed so hard when I saw that play.

                          <iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/vAgG9XcrDFY" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
                          Last edited by HILife; 01-24-2014, 01:35 PM.

                          Comment

                          Working...
                          X