Just moths after claiming their first ever Super Bowl title it appears the Seattle Seahawks have already been unseated as the team to beat for Super Bowl XLIX by the team they just shredded in the last big game.
Michael Crabtree isn’t taking the bait on the latest bid by Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman to get into his head.
Can the Niner faithful have nothing? Decades before the National Football League licensed a series of ugly sweaters, our moms were rocking sequins and sipping chardonnay at Candlestick point. But now our knitted winter wear doesn’t even crack the top five sweaters in a ranking by Sports Illustrated, the rarefied air enjoyed by rival Seattle Seahawks.
John E. Williams, of Las Vegas, field a lawsuit dated April 15tth which accuses the NFL, Seahawks, Ticketmaster and Washington State officials with fraud for the “unconstitutional ‘selective sales’ of tickets to national events held at public stadiums”
When Bay Area Rapid Transit officials showed off the planned look of new train cars last week some members of the Niner faithful were taken aback by the Seattle Seahawks-like color scheme. Now thousands have gone online to demand a change of color scheme.
The new home of the 49ers and Super Bowl L in Santa Clara may become one of the loudest stadiums in the nation, giving Seattle’s ’12th Man’ a run for the money when it comes to decibel levels.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch pleaded no contest Thursday to a reckless driving charge and was sentenced to two years’ probation to avoid a trial on misdemeanor DUI charges, his defense attorney said Friday.
Amid the sea of 700,000 Seattle Seahawks fans attending last week’s Super Bowl victory parade a lone member of the 49er faithful stood out .. and it’s now revealed a compelling, personal story that has brought out the best in fans of both teams.
A YouTube video purporting to lay bare a conspiracy that the NFC Championship game between Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers was rigged in the Seahawks’ favor was gaining legions of viewers after being published this week.
One in five Americans believe God plays a role in sports, so who is the Almighty supporting in the Super Bowl?