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(Bleacher Report)   One Seahawks fan possibly could have thrown around ten pieces of popcorn down on Navarro Bowman as he was carted off the field. This naturally means all Seahawks fans are the worst people ever and that Peyton Manning will be on Mount Rushmore   (bleacherreport.com) divider line 358
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2014-01-20 04:07:31 PM  

my lip balm addiction: Dafatone: mentallo69: If someone threw food on a player being carted off the field..........then fark you.

As for Bowman, I wish you a speedy recovery. I felt horrible they kept showing the replay. I figured his family must be watching,

As much as I hate the 49ers you guys were 20 seconds from taking the game away from us.

I respect the 49ers a lot more today than I did yesterday. That was a great game.

As a Niners fan who is still crushed, I'm glad the game was worthy of the best division in football.

Next year, the Niners get the slightly easier schedule of being in 2nd (at least in theory), and maybe we can host the rematch.

Just not at Candlestick. I don;t think you will have the great home field advantage if by happenstance you win the opportunity.


Well, who knows how the new place will play.  Not being at Seattle is, itself, a pretty big swing.
 
2014-01-20 04:08:39 PM  

JohnBigBootay: IAmRight: And I wouldn't have to be a Seahawks fan to defend Richard Sherman.

Maybe it's a generational thing. I can't abide a loudmouth whether they are on my team or not. As a steeler fan I cringed through many a james harrison comment. I guess I'm just from the barry sanders STFU and hand the ball to the ref school. My favorite players always talk the least. Like Lynch - he's no brain surgeon either but I admire his ability to STFU.


I think that both need to exist. I just don't have a problem with people expressing themselves and I'll happily point out the media's hypocrisy when they stand on their soapbox and tell everyone else how they shouldn't be making things about themselves or talking. You can't have a league FULL of Shermans; that would be unbearable. But I also don't like the bland, cliche talk.

lennavan: So you trash talk the player, not the person.  When the game is over, you put it behind you because it's a farking game.  If during the course of a game, RIchard Sherman feels the desire to inform the opposing wide receiver about the promiscuity of his grandmother, great.  But once the game is over, it's time to put it away.


What if you despise the person because he's a b*tch who tried to fight you at a charity game, then wants to repeatedly dismiss the idea that you're the best?
 
2014-01-20 04:08:41 PM  
static03.mediaite.com

Gauntlet for the Super Bowl THROWN, Dick Sherman.
 
2014-01-20 04:08:59 PM  

The_Sponge: Shame Us: JohnBigBootay: The_Sponge: You caught me....I'm also listening to KJR, so I was inspired to post that.

I'm indifferent to both teams but I'm happy the hawks won so I didn't have to hear Mitch painstakingly outlining his beefs with the officiating all morning. He wouldn't have believe it himself but pandering is what one does on the radio if one wants listeners.

Good lord some of our sportsradio personalities are insufferable homers. That doesn't really make Seattle any different that anywhere else, but it is f*cking ridiculous and delusional sometimes.


Hugh Millen is the man, though.


I'm a Wazzu guy. KJR does a bit too much Coug bashing for me. Especially Softy. I dont mind hearing UW talk, but the Coug bashing is over the top crazy.
 
2014-01-20 04:10:14 PM  

robsul82: [static03.mediaite.com image 628x379]

Gauntlet for the Super Bowl THROWN, Dick Sherman.


Realistically, that's Crabtree back there flipping him off.
 
2014-01-20 04:11:59 PM  
I can't figure out the HawkMask dealie, but still doubt the popcorn had any negative effect on the orthopedic injuries
http://www.northwesttribalart.com/symbols.html#22
 
2014-01-20 04:12:27 PM  

The_Sponge: Hugh Millen is the man, though.


Hugh is awesome. He's a homer but he always presents things fairly even if it's against the home team. He's not a polished radio guy but his analysis is as good as I've heard.
 
2014-01-20 04:14:36 PM  

JohnBigBootay: The_Sponge: Hugh Millen is the man, though.

Hugh is awesome. He's a homer but he always presents things fairly even if it's against the home team. He's not a polished radio guy but his analysis is as good as I've heard.


Seattle doesn't have Bobby Hebert getting loaded on the postgame shows.  Now THAT is epic.
 
2014-01-20 04:14:46 PM  

robsul82: Mikey1969: robsul82: Mikey1969: whizbangthedirtfarmer: Mikey1969: It's a cheap shot, but there's no way that person on the sidelines thought they were going to injure this guy

Ummm...I would think that by definition, a cheap shot would be an attempt to injure someone.  I can't think of many players who would say, hey, I'm gonna totally cheap shot that guy and watch him bounce right back up!  YES!

While, on the other hand, almost any time a player gets injured, it's a cheap shot.  See the helmet hit on Harvin against the Saints.

Yet, anyone with a link of sentient intelligence would be smart enough to know that if they take a 200 lb man running past them and stick an elbow out, he's going to bounce right back up.

And no, players get injured from legitimate hits all of the time. Hell, players get injured walking across their living rooms...

I'm hoping that was sarcastic, yeah.  Otherwise -

[images.sodahead.com image 350x350]

Here's what I'm talking about for those following along at home who forgot to take their meds.

http://www.sportsgrid.com/nfl/bizarre-athlete-injuries/#0

Look, there's more:
http://news.discovery.com/human/health/nfl-freak-injury-130924.htm

Act now, and we'll throw in a BONUS story for the price of two!

http://football.about.com/od/nflhistory/tp/Unusual_Football_Injuries .h tm

Sooooooo...you WERE being sarcastic in the last line?


Not sarcastic.. Hell, not even hyperbolic, since I can remember at lead to one person getting injured in the last year or two getting up to do something in their living room and getting some kind of bizarre injury.

I was merely rebutting the claim that almost every injury to an athlete is from a cheap shot.
 
2014-01-20 04:15:54 PM  

IAmRight: I think that both need to exist. ......................... But I also don't like the bland, cliche talk.


Oh you are right for sure. Loudmouths are what the league and the press want even if they won't say so. Just personally I find it distasteful in that I'd never have done it myself and I always admire the guys who have the opportunities.... then be polite and humble anyway.
 
2014-01-20 04:16:36 PM  

Mikey1969: robsul82: Mikey1969: robsul82: Mikey1969: whizbangthedirtfarmer: Mikey1969: It's a cheap shot, but there's no way that person on the sidelines thought they were going to injure this guy

Ummm...I would think that by definition, a cheap shot would be an attempt to injure someone.  I can't think of many players who would say, hey, I'm gonna totally cheap shot that guy and watch him bounce right back up!  YES!

While, on the other hand, almost any time a player gets injured, it's a cheap shot.  See the helmet hit on Harvin against the Saints.

Yet, anyone with a link of sentient intelligence would be smart enough to know that if they take a 200 lb man running past them and stick an elbow out, he's going to bounce right back up.

And no, players get injured from legitimate hits all of the time. Hell, players get injured walking across their living rooms...

I'm hoping that was sarcastic, yeah.  Otherwise -

[images.sodahead.com image 350x350]

Here's what I'm talking about for those following along at home who forgot to take their meds.

http://www.sportsgrid.com/nfl/bizarre-athlete-injuries/#0

Look, there's more:
http://news.discovery.com/human/health/nfl-freak-injury-130924.htm

Act now, and we'll throw in a BONUS story for the price of two!

http://football.about.com/od/nflhistory/tp/Unusual_Football_Injuries .h tm

Sooooooo...you WERE being sarcastic in the last line?

Not sarcastic.. Hell, not even hyperbolic, since I can remember at lead to one person getting injured in the last year or two getting up to do something in their living room and getting some kind of bizarre injury.

I was merely rebutting the claim that almost every injury to an athlete is from a cheap shot.


Ah, cool.  Any confusion should be chalked up to this massive head cold I've had for a week.
 
2014-01-20 04:16:48 PM  

robsul82: Seattle doesn't have Bobby Hebert getting loaded on the postgame shows. Now THAT is epic.


I always enjoy the homers from other cities, Hebert included.
 
2014-01-20 04:17:04 PM  

robsul82: Seattle doesn't have Bobby Hebert getting loaded on the postgame shows. Now THAT is epic.



Heh....I heard part of his radio broadcast that covered the MNF game in Seattle.
 
rka
2014-01-20 04:18:35 PM  

IAmRight: What if you despise the person because he's a b*tch who tried to fight you at a charity game, then wants to repeatedly dismiss the idea that you're the best?


Yep, sometimes it IS personal.
 
2014-01-20 04:19:02 PM  

The_Sponge: robsul82: Seattle doesn't have Bobby Hebert getting loaded on the postgame shows. Now THAT is epic.


Heh....I heard part of his radio broadcast that covered the MNF game in Seattle.


Were we starting the NFC West Charity Bet back up next year?
 
2014-01-20 04:20:46 PM  

IAmRight: lennavan: So you trash talk the player, not the person. When the game is over, you put it behind you because it's a farking game. If during the course of a game, RIchard Sherman feels the desire to inform the opposing wide receiver about the promiscuity of his grandmother, great. But once the game is over, it's time to put it away.

What if you despise the person because he's a b*tch who tried to fight you at a charity game, then wants to repeatedly dismiss the idea that you're the best?


I also think Crabtree is a dick.
 
2014-01-20 04:20:50 PM  

netweavr: The_Sponge: robsul82: Seattle doesn't have Bobby Hebert getting loaded on the postgame shows. Now THAT is epic.


Heh....I heard part of his radio broadcast that covered the MNF game in Seattle.

Were we starting the NFC West Charity Bet back up next year?



Sure.

/Still slapping myself for not doing it this year.
 
2014-01-20 04:21:10 PM  

JohnBigBootay: I always enjoy the homers from other cities, Hebert included.


The_Sponge: Heh....I heard part of his radio broadcast that covered the MNF game in Seattle.

To be fair, Hebert does eat his crow well, and is willing to do things like predict Seattle winning in the divisional round to suffer the slings and arrows of the real homers out there.

But when there's a big win, watch out, lol...I really wish I had saved the postgame show where they mopped the floor with the Pats on MNF in 2009.  "YOU'RE GAHBAGE!  TAKE ESPN AND ALL YOUR NORTHEAST FRIENDS WITH YOU!  PILE OF CRAP!"
 
2014-01-20 04:24:28 PM  

robsul82: JohnBigBootay: I always enjoy the homers from other cities, Hebert included.

The_Sponge: Heh....I heard part of his radio broadcast that covered the MNF game in Seattle.

To be fair, Hebert does eat his crow well, and is willing to do things like predict Seattle winning in the divisional round to suffer the slings and arrows of the real homers out there.

But when there's a big win, watch out, lol...I really wish I had saved the postgame show where they mopped the floor with the Pats on MNF in 2009.  "YOU'RE GAHBAGE!  TAKE ESPN AND ALL YOUR NORTHEAST FRIENDS WITH YOU!  PILE OF CRAP!"


And that's not even getting into the analogies to Nazi Germany and "da blitzkrieg in Poland" that night.
 
2014-01-20 04:24:41 PM  

Shame Us: Cletus C.: Find whoever dumped that popcorn and never let them inside the stadium again.

And make them live in Enumclaw.


approves:
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-01-20 04:25:35 PM  
SHUT UP

shut up about Sherman. That's 2 1/2 threads with people biatching about, basically, something unimportant that, doesn't affect them.

Save your farking outrage.
 
2014-01-20 04:25:48 PM  

robsul82: Ah, cool.  Any confusion should be chalked up to this massive head cold I've had for a week.


No problem... Hell, some days around here, we end up in arguments with ourselves.
 
2014-01-20 04:28:01 PM  

robsul82: JohnBigBootay: I always enjoy the homers from other cities, Hebert included.

The_Sponge: Heh....I heard part of his radio broadcast that covered the MNF game in Seattle.

To be fair, Hebert does eat his crow well, and is willing to do things like predict Seattle winning in the divisional round to suffer the slings and arrows of the real homers out there.

But when there's a big win, watch out, lol...I really wish I had saved the postgame show where they mopped the floor with the Pats on MNF in 2009.  "YOU'RE GAHBAGE!  TAKE ESPN AND ALL YOUR NORTHEAST FRIENDS WITH YOU!  PILE OF CRAP!"



Hahahaha!  I love it.
 
rka
2014-01-20 04:29:35 PM  

Bunny Deville: SHUT UP

shut up about Sherman. That's 2 1/2 threads with people biatching about, basically, something unimportant that, doesn't affect them.

Save your farking outrage.


I think Fark, and the internet in general, has proven outrage is not a zero sum game. There is literally unlimited amounts of outrage.

Especially for petty and ultimately meaningless absurdities.
 
2014-01-20 04:29:49 PM  

The_Sponge: detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: The quote from Richard Sherman was very eloquent and well said.  No doubt it was written by the same guy who was interviewed by Erin Andrews last night.


Oh shut up.  Where did you go to college?


In all fairness, there is evidence Sherman didn't know the difference between your/you're while at Stanford.... So that card doesn't play.
 
2014-01-20 04:30:47 PM  
First off, best wishes to Bowman.
Second, if a fan did throw popcorn on him, die in a fire and never cheer for my team ever again.
/Go Hawks
 
2014-01-20 04:35:04 PM  

The_Sponge: robsul82: JohnBigBootay: I always enjoy the homers from other cities, Hebert included.

The_Sponge: Heh....I heard part of his radio broadcast that covered the MNF game in Seattle.

To be fair, Hebert does eat his crow well, and is willing to do things like predict Seattle winning in the divisional round to suffer the slings and arrows of the real homers out there.

But when there's a big win, watch out, lol...I really wish I had saved the postgame show where they mopped the floor with the Pats on MNF in 2009.  "YOU'RE GAHBAGE!  TAKE ESPN AND ALL YOUR NORTHEAST FRIENDS WITH YOU!  PILE OF CRAP!"

Hahahaha!  I love it.


Yeah, I thought the west coasters might like that, lol.  Somehow avoiding an F-bomb the entire time he was on the air kept his job safe amid the "our O was like Nazi Germany taking the blitzkrieg to Poland" stuff.  We were Nazi Germany and they were Poland, at other times we were the colonists and the Pats were the British.  "THIS IS HOW AMERICA WAS FOUNDED!  WE KICKED THE BRITISH OUT AND TOLD THEM GO BACK TO ENGLAND!  DO YOU FEEL THE LOVE?  FEEL ME JESUS!"

Mikey1969: robsul82: Ah, cool.  Any confusion should be chalked up to this massive head cold I've had for a week.

No problem... Hell, some days around here, we end up in arguments with ourselves.


Yeah, I've figured out a way to do that a time or two, haha.
 
2014-01-20 04:39:28 PM  
Here's part of a good post from a business firm that provides servicing for Sherman's charity:

"You can tell a lot about a man about how he treats his family. This is probably my favorite thing about him. Both Branton and Richard genuinely adore their mom. It's not for show. I've had the opportunity to sit and chat with his mom and (she very much reminds me of my own mom) you can tell how great a relationship they have with one another. He's well-spoken and respectful. Oh I know that's going to get your eyebrow furled after the postgame NFC Championship interview, but I'll elaborate.

People are up in arms about his interview, so let's put it into perspective. I'll paraphrase: he said he was the best corner in the game, how dare they throw at him, and that Crabtree is a mediocre wide-out. Now, let's realize that this was just a few minutes following the conclusion of the game where his adrenaline was still rushing and he had just made the play that sealed the game... A few minutes later, he might have been more PC and a bit less demonstrative about it. Still, the word "mediocre" was the term the NFL pundits had been throwing around for a week describing some of his teammates. I assure you, he forgets nothing. If you said his car's paint job was ugly 10 years ago, he'd still remember! It was fresh in his mind. Secondly, he just made a great play deflecting a pass to a teammate on the one, and only, time they threw his direction proving his defensive prowess. As much as people want to dismiss it, every player on that field is pretty much talking trash. Heck, Tom Brady is one of the biggest talkers in the league. It's just not something you associate with him because when the cameras are in front of him, he's much more PC.

So, what everybody is mad about is the fact that he did it in front of a camera. When I pick friends, I would rather have someone that tells me how it is instead of someone who'll act one way in front of me and another in front of a camera. Let's not kid ourselves. Would he have the same level of fame if he stood behind a camera and said, "that's a great team we faced, and I want to congratulate them on their efforts?" Probably not, and frankly I don't want to be around that kind of guy. Sure, he could have taken it down one notch and Erin Andrews would have been much more comfortable, but that was the raw, unadulterated, emotion that poured out. It doesn't take anything away from how nice, genuine, funny, and caring this guy is. It just means that the term "classy" is now a term for how well you can fake your emotions in front of a rolling camera."
 
2014-01-20 04:45:52 PM  
Popcorn? Hell, they used to throw BATTERIES at the players in the Black Hole.

The Seahawks are Left Coast wannabees.
 
2014-01-20 04:52:04 PM  
Is it time to talk about the game yet?  Or are we still getting to the bottom of what it means to be 'classy?'  Or 'blackness?' Or how a group of fans should act when their teams are successful?

For a group of people who biatch about how shiatty ESPN is (us), we sure do spend a lot of time buying in to bullshiat narratives.
 
2014-01-20 04:53:48 PM  
Cris Carter getting all brusque on Mike and Mike after Baldwin namechecked him for allegedly "disrespecting" the WRs was pretty amusing, if you get the chance to hear that.

"Doug Baldwin, really?  I'm not the guy you want to get in that with anyway.  Man, I don't care nothing about Doug Baldwin and what he thinks. The reason why they gave Percy Harvin all that money is because they didn't think Doug Baldwin could make no plays.  You want to keep it real?  That's what it's all about.  Google me, see if I'm in the Hall of Fame."
 
2014-01-20 04:55:49 PM  
www.bengalsgab.com
 
2014-01-20 05:07:43 PM  

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Damn you, Philadelphia Eagles fans! Is there no distance you will not travel, no jersey budget beyond your means, no horrors you will not visit upon the poor innocents?

/Eagles fan


Well done-came to make an Eagles\battery joke, you beat me to it
 
2014-01-20 05:17:12 PM  
Between the popcorn and the Sherman controversy, It means that the 49ers won and Sarah Palin is automatically president right?


ok neither of these are that big a thing. Maybe both were kinda classless but it is not a huge thing
 
2014-01-20 05:23:18 PM  

ScouserDuck: The_Sponge: detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: The quote from Richard Sherman was very eloquent and well said.  No doubt it was written by the same guy who was interviewed by Erin Andrews last night.


Oh shut up.  Where did you go to college?

In all fairness, there is evidence Sherman didn't know the difference between your/you're while at Stanford.... So that card doesn't play.


Well he did get a communications degree, which is like the participation trophy of college degrees.
 
2014-01-20 05:27:08 PM  

The_Sponge: netweavr: The_Sponge: robsul82: Seattle doesn't have Bobby Hebert getting loaded on the postgame shows. Now THAT is epic.


Heh....I heard part of his radio broadcast that covered the MNF game in Seattle.

Were we starting the NFC West Charity Bet back up next year?


Sure.

/Still slapping myself for not doing it this year.


rickythepenguin, you down?
 
2014-01-20 05:27:23 PM  
Roughing the kicker call missed. Kaepernick kicking the ball after fumble missed. Seattle fumble missed. Seattle player getting decked on sidelines missed. Still, a great game that shouldn't have been missed.
 
2014-01-20 05:28:46 PM  

detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: Well he did get a communications degree, which is like the participation trophy of college degrees.



True.

I never played a college sport for a scholarship (just rugby), but with all the time dedicated to practice, working out, travel, games, watching film, etc.....you probably have to take the easy classes.

But......

I remember quite a few kids in college who were communications majors, and they were not on any of the sports teams.  Come on, man!
 
2014-01-20 05:29:55 PM  
Everyone is complaining about the Seahawks while Peyton Manning is killing people with his pre-snap screams:

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/01/20/omaha-explosion /4 669429/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter&dlvrit=206567
 
2014-01-20 05:30:50 PM  

Cletus C.: Roughing the kicker call missed. Kaepernick kicking the ball after fumble missed. Seattle fumble missed. Seattle player getting decked on sidelines missed. Still, a great game that shouldn't have been missed.


Penalty numbers:

SF - 7 flags for 65 yards
SEA - 8 flags for 66 yards
 
2014-01-20 05:31:49 PM  
Seattle fans are the biggest cry baby pieces of shiat fans in the sports world.  They pat them selves on their back and steal the "12th man" from a collge team (TA&M) and claim it as themselves. They don't deserve any kind of sports team in their dreary rainy city.  No wonder the Supersonics moved.  The seachickens are a shiat franchise too, just 2 NFCC and the rest of their history has been shiat.  After they lose in the SB (again) and they can go back to being a suck ass franchise.

Seattle...one of the wost cities in the union.
 
2014-01-20 05:32:34 PM  

robsul82: Cris Carter getting all brusque on Mike and Mike after Baldwin namechecked him for allegedly "disrespecting" the WRs was pretty amusing, if you get the chance to hear that.

"Doug Baldwin, really?  I'm not the guy you want to get in that with anyway.  Man, I don't care nothing about Doug Baldwin and what he thinks. The reason why they gave Percy Harvin all that money is because they didn't think Doug Baldwin could make no plays.  You want to keep it real?  That's what it's all about.  Google me, see if I'm in the Hall of Fame."


Oh great. Carter's incessantly whined about deserving to be in the Hall of Fame and they finally put him in, probably just to shut him up. And he's already playing that card. Baldwin is about to pass him on Super Bowl appearances.
 
2014-01-20 05:32:49 PM  

Piizzadude: both were kinda classless


Holy crap dude, stop whining.  The game is over.  What next, you think the 49ers should win the game by default and Sarah Palin is president or what?

Farking whiner.
 
2014-01-20 05:34:08 PM  

Dogfacedgod: Seattle fans are the biggest cry baby pieces of shiat fans in the sports world.  They pat them selves on their back and steal the "12th man" from a collge team (TA&M) and claim it as themselves. They don't deserve any kind of sports team in their dreary rainy city.  No wonder the Supersonics moved.  The seachickens are a shiat franchise too, just 2 NFCC and the rest of their history has been shiat.  After they lose in the SB (again) and they can go back to being a suck ass franchise.

Seattle...one of the wost cities in the union.


A&M stole the 12th Man thing from Judas. Look it up.
 
2014-01-20 05:35:49 PM  

DivorceWar Veteran: Popcorn? Everyone forgot Bottlegate!  Throwing Skittles and Popcorn is for pansies!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQjaPVwmnAM

PANSIES!


The funny part about this is, there's a good chance the referee in that game is about to ref his 2nd Superb Owl.  That happened during his first year as a referee.  I'm guessing he was motivated to get better so as not to have anything else thrown at his head...
 
2014-01-20 05:36:07 PM  

Dogfacedgod: Seattle fans are the biggest cry baby pieces of shiat fans in the sports world.  They pat them selves on their back and steal the "12th man" from a collge team (TA&M) and claim it as themselves. They don't deserve any kind of sports team in their dreary rainy city.  No wonder the Supersonics moved.  The seachickens are a shiat franchise too, just 2 NFCC and the rest of their history has been shiat.  After they lose in the SB (again) and they can go back to being a suck ass franchise.

Seattle...one of the wost cities in the union.


This is a little vague and ambiguous. Could you possibly clarify your meaning?
 
2014-01-20 05:39:00 PM  

Cletus C.: Dogfacedgod: Seattle fans are the biggest cry baby pieces of shiat fans in the sports world.  They pat them selves on their back and steal the "12th man" from a collge team (TA&M) and claim it as themselves. They don't deserve any kind of sports team in their dreary rainy city.  No wonder the Supersonics moved.  The seachickens are a shiat franchise too, just 2 NFCC and the rest of their history has been shiat.  After they lose in the SB (again) and they can go back to being a suck ass franchise.

Seattle...one of the wost cities in the union.

A&M stole the 12th Man thing from Judas. Look it up.


Hahahaha!
 
2014-01-20 05:39:30 PM  

mentallo69: detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: The quote from Richard Sherman was very eloquent and well said.  No doubt it was written by the same guy who was interviewed by Erin Andrews last night.


You do realize what people say in moments of adrenaline and what they say later are the result of two different mentalities.

Nevermind that Sherman graduated #2 in his high school and is a Graduate of Stanford.  Stanford.....they do not exactly graduate idiots at Stanford


Caveat: #2 in a high school in Compton.

Caveat 2: BA and Masters in Communication, aka "the football major".
 
2014-01-20 05:40:06 PM  

Dogfacedgod: Seattle fans are the biggest cry baby pieces of shiat fans in the sports world.  They pat them selves on their back and steal the "12th man" from a collge team (TA&M) and claim it as themselves. They don't deserve any kind of sports team in their dreary rainy city.  No wonder the Supersonics moved.  The seachickens are a shiat franchise too, just 2 NFCC and the rest of their history has been shiat.  After they lose in the SB (again) and they can go back to being a suck ass franchise.

Seattle...one of the wost cities in the union.



Yeah yeah....we love you too.

I'm sorry that your favorite team lost, and the fact that you're on the rag....it makes for a horrible case of the Mondays.
 
2014-01-20 05:44:37 PM  

Dogfacedgod: Seattle fans are the biggest cry baby pieces of shiat fans in the sports world. They pat them selves on their back and steal the "12th man" from a collge team (TA&M) and claim it as themselves.


Be fair now. They did not 'steal' the 12th man from A&M, they paid them six figures and an annual licensing fee to be able to use it.

If it were me I'd have said, 'Wait, someone else not only already uses it, but they use it for the exact same purpose and but they legally own it and we'll have to pay a,licensing fee? Well, fark, let's just call ourselves something else then...."

But that's me. What will be amusing is when the current deal is up in 2016. Something tells me the price to use that phrase will be going up a fair amount...

http://www.goodbullhunting.com/2014/1/19/5271954/12th-man-trademark- li censing-agreement-texas-am-aggies-seattle-seahawks
 
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