The champs are here and they might be loud.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Outfitted with a weather balloon, a helium tank, a camera, a GPS and a 12th Man flag, a couple of bored Seahawks fans last weekend tried to make, if not history, at least something extraordinary happen.
Seahawks fans can already count causing an earthquake as one of their achievements in noisemaking.
ESPN's Sports Science segments are typically comprised of silly concepts, which is appropriate for an ESPN foray into intellectual pursuits.
Another week, another debate about the inherent rightness of a team running up the score on an opponent.
Oh geez, for as good as the early afternoon slate was for Week 15, the late afternoon games are proportionately awful.
Adderall has been the trendy banned substance to get suspended for this NFL season.
Golden Tate has caught one touchdown pass, after which he did this.
Even though I'm about to die in a hurricane and still have to read Peter King's regular drivel, it's a joyous Monday, for there's a return of The Mighty MJD's Smorgasbord.
I finally got around to watching the NFL Films 30-minute special on Tecmo Super Bowl.
There was something to like about the result of last night's game no matter which team you were pulling for.
It appears that Seahawks-49ers is the new Steelers-Ravens: a defensive stand-off where the first team to score a touchdown wins.
One of the best match-ups of the week on Thursday night.
Because the NFL is in a new era of concussion awareness, Robert Griffin III is starting a week after sustaining one of those mild head injuries that made him forget where he was and why he was Batman.
Roger Goodell had a tough week, what with people calling for his ouster after the league suffered tremendous humiliation twice in the span of two days because of a scab referee scandal in which Goodell was at or near the center of.
Some Seahawks fans are deliriously happy about their team's ill-gotten victory.
It was only a matter of time until the scabs blew a call at the end of game to swing a final.