Marshawn Lynch rushed for two first-half touchdowns, Bruce Irvin tipped and intercepted Derek Carr’s pass and returned it 35 yards for another score and the Seattle Seahawks beat the Oakland Raiders 30-24 on Sunday.
For the second straight year, Colin Kaepernick is the coverboy of the Sports Illustrated NFL preview edition published on the West Coast, but unlike last year, the 2014 spread – with rival quarterback Russell Wilson – is turning as many heads as the swimsuit issue.
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The Seattle Seahawks have been fined $300,000 and forced to forfeit two days of 2015 offseason practice for allowing too much contact during workouts earlier this year.
The number two most expensive game in the NFL this season – based on resale on the secondary marketplaces – is the Thanksgiving Day matchup between the 49ers and Seattle Seahawks. That game will cost you just under $600, according to the Silicon Valley Business Journal.
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.