Seahawks: Week 10 Off/Def/Spec. teams: “nutshell pictorial”
Mind you, my good friends, I am taking my leisure with this pictorial and a sniff of Glenmorangie. The benefit with a simple straIGHTFORWARD PICTORIAL, HERE IS THAT I’LL LESS LIKELY MISSPELL the text of my composition. I take this liberty on this rare occasion when I don’t have anything in particular to say about the Seahawks other than, “Thank you Seahawks for a fine performance.” Without urther ado, on with the Week 10 pictorial. AND NO, I DIDN’T MEAN TO HIT CAPS LOCK, BUT I’M GOING WITH IT, JUST LIKE I’M GOING with another Seahawks win.
Enjoy some great memories from the Seahawks Week 10 game against the New York Jets.
In honor of veterans everywhere, respectfully.
This thrifty single malt tastes better than the turf. Field turf tastes too much like petrol. I’m not kidding. I’m sure Mr. Sanchez’ wishes were misunderstood. He probably said he wants the pressure “pared back,” but the Seahawks heard, “shared sack.”
The ref must be thinking, “Here’s my chance to be in a highlight photo with Golden Tat
Jeremy Kerley is in NO position to recover this ball. By a law of averages, two hands will beat one. From another perspective, the probability of keeping the ball is higher, when you “keep the ball.” That’s the facetiousness speaking.
Marshawn Lynch suspending disbelief. What disbelief?!
C’mon, doesn’t this shot make you think “Frankenstein and Whodini?”
There’s a wild rumor circulating that Marshawn Lynch was tackled on first contact. Who said that?
Laid out on a bed of Rice.
Simulating adverse crowd noise…unphased.
It’s great to see ya, kid! I’m excited! Are you excited?! I’m excited!! It’s great to see ya!
Mike Morgan (back) lifting with the legs. SEAHAWKS’ MOVING CO.
Special Teams had extra work on kickoffs this week.
Heath Farwell. Mark my words, he’s gonna force a fumble on kickoff special teams, one of these days.
Veterans and veterans-to-be, we salute you!
Kam Chancellor (carrying the flag) grew up in Norfolk, Virginia, about an hour less drive to Washington, D.C. (Capital of the U.S. and the largest final resting point of U.S. veterans in the country) than from Seattle to Spokane. Having gone to Arlington National Cemetery as a teenager and having lived in both Seattle and Spokane, I have seen the many ways this great country of ours is represented. This past Sunday, the NFL helped us all pay tribute to this nation with symbols like this.
Congratulations Seahawks fans on your team’s 6th victory! Keep it up!