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Get Super Bowl XLIX Tickets for up to 90% Off Through TicketScore

August 21st, 2014 at 10:55 AM
By Dan Benton

Every NFL fan dreams of seeing their team in the Super Bowl and now you can check that off your bucket list with the help of Ticketscore.com. They have a system in place to get you to the biggest games for a fixed weekly buy-in price; and when your team goes to the Super Bowl, you will be there to root them on at an extreme discount.

Typically, TicketScore can get you to the Super Bowl with savings between 70% and 90% off the market price. That means you can score tickets to the biggest games (not just the Super Bowl) for a fraction of the cost and be a part of your favorite team’s history.

TicketScore works in three easy ways. First, you will pick your favorite team and the championship game you want to go to. Next, you will buy-in at a low weekly price over the course of the full season. Lastly, you can go to the Super Bowl when your team makes it at no additional ticket cost.

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Percy Harvin Should Make the Seattle Seahawks’ Offense Even More Dangerous

July 15th, 2014 at 11:55 AM
By Casey Olson

Defense wins championships, as evidenced by the Seattle Seahawks a season ago. The Seahawks' defense dominated on its way to a 43-8 win in the Super Bowl over the Denver Broncos. But the Seattle offense should be even more explosive this season, which is a scary thought for defensive coordinators around the NFC West and the NFL. Only one team in the NFL threw fewer passes than the Seahawks last year, the San Francisco 49ers.

"At the end of the day, it's not about statistics," quarterback Russell Wilson told NFL Media's Amber Theoharis in an interview Monday on "NFL Total Access.". "I think, at the end of the day, it's about winning football games, and we do a great job. We still take the ball to the right guy at the right time. We try to have a physical running game. In the division that we play in, we have to be physical."

But Wilson was playing without the explosive Percy Harvin during a bulk of the season. The wide receiver from Florida played in only one regular season game and two playoff games. Harvin proved his value during the Super Bowl, when he returned the second-half kickoff for a touchdown to basically seal the Seahawks' world championship.

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Richard Sherman Voted NFL’s Best Defender by Players

July 11th, 2014 at 10:18 AM
By Casey Olson

Richard Sherman was kind of an unknown commodity coming out of Stanford University. The Seattle Seahawks cornerback was a fifth-round selection during the 2011 NFL Draft.

'Richard Sherman' photo (c) 2013, Mark Samia - license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

Needless to say, Richard Sherman is no longer an unknown commodity. The 6-foot-3 Sherman has also never lacked for confidence. He’s always proclaimed to anybody who would listen that he is the “best cornerback in the game.”

But now, Sherman isn’t the only one who believes that statement. Sherman received the ultimate compliment from his NFL peers when his fellow players named him the seventh-best player in the league and the NFL’s top defender. The NFL Network unveiled it’s Top 100 Players of 2014 on Wednesday.

Sherman led a group of five Seahawks on the Top 100 list, which also included strong safety Kam Chancellor (No. 65), quarterback Russell Wilson (No. 20), free safety Earl Thomas (No. 17) and running back Marshawn Lynch (No. 14).

Sherman, who led the NFL with eight interceptions a season ago, appears on the list ahead of Arizona Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson (No. 22), New England Patriots CB Darrelle Revis (No. 37), Cleveland Browns CB Joe Haden (No. 39), Chicago Bears CB Tim Jennings (No. 74), Denver Broncos CB Aqib Talib (No. 79), and Miami Dolphins CB Brent Grimes (No. 95).

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Time Hasn’t Healed the Richard Sherman-Michael Crabtree Fued

July 10th, 2014 at 10:31 AM
By Casey Olson

They say time heals all wounds. That’s not the case for Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.

'Richard Sherman' photo (c) 2013, Mark Samia - license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ 

Sherman reconfirmed his dislike for San Francisco 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree Wednesday with another national television rant. The first rant against Crabtree came after the Seahawks beat the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.

Sherman tipped a pass intended for Crabtree in the end zone in the final seconds of the NFC Championship Game. The tip was intercepted by Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith, who woud later become the MVP of the Super Bowl. The play cemented the Seahawks' 23-17 win and sent Seattle to the Super Bowl, which they dominated,43-8, over Denver.

Sherman's tip has become known as the Immaculate Deflection, but his postgame comments to Erin Andrews on the Fox Television broadcast are what most people remember the game for. "I'm the best corner in the game," Sherman screamed. "When you try me with a sorry receiver like Crabtree, that's the result you're going to get. Don't you ever talk about me.”

When Andrews asked him whom he was talking about, he replied, "Crabtree. Don't you open your mouth about the best or I'll shut it for you real quick. L.O.B. [Legion of Boom]."

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Pete Carroll to Be Inducted into USC Hall of Fame

July 8th, 2014 at 9:13 AM
By Casey Olson

Seattle Seahawks' head coach Pete Carroll is offically a Hall of Famer, at least at the University of Southern California. USC announced on Monday that Carroll will be inducted into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame in 2015.

Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII Parade - Coach Pete Carroll from Flickr via Wylio? 2014 Jeff, Flickr | CC-BY | via Wylio

Carroll had a nine-year run (2001-09) as head coach at USC and saw the Trojans secure seven consecutive Pac-10 titles (2002-08), two national championships (2003-04), and a 97-19 overall record. USC earned a bowl bid in each of Carroll's nine seasons (winning seven), including an NCAA-record seven consecutive BCS bowls from 2002-08, a period when his squad recorded at least 11 wins seven times (an NCAA record).

Carroll carried on his success with the Seahawks in 2010, where he has teamed with general manager John Schneider to assemble one of the NFL's most-competitive and talented rosters. In his fourth season with the Seahawks, Carroll worked to bring home Seattle's first Super Bowl title with a 43-8 victory over the Denver Broncos in New Jersey this past season. He recently inked a three-year deal with the team to remain with the Seahawks.  

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