The Schedule in 2013
The Seattle Seahawks are ready to take flight in 2013 with a roster that looks like it could
be one of the best in the National Football League. This team boasts a tenacious defense that has them eyeing the NFC West
title. With a slew of big matchups at home this season, the Seahawks will be looking to their notoriously loud crowd for some
help at CenturyLink Field.
The Seahawks are known for having a fantastic run defense, and that unit is sure to be tested
in a big way on November 17th when Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings come to town. Peterson is arguably the best running
back in the NFL, and is always a threat to do major damage to any given opponent. The Seahawks will have to key in on Peterson
if they're going to have a real shot at beating the Vikings. If Seattle can establish their own ground game in this contest
with Marshawn Lynch, it will certainly be a big step towards a victory.
The Seahawks face another big test on December
2nd, but this team it will be their pass defense that will have to hold up to some serious pressure when the New Orleans Saints
come marching into Seattle for a huge matchup. The Saints have one of the best quarterbacks in the league in Drew Brees, who
leads a dynamic passing game that features tight end Jimmy Graham. Seattle will have its hands full trying to contain the
big and athletic Graham, especially with Brees' pinpoint passes coming his way. Still, this Seattle defense is one of the
most respected units in the league for a reason and should be able to slow down this electric New Orleans attack.
The Seattle Seahawks play in the National Football league as a part of the National Football Conference's West
division, a division that also features the San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals and St. Louis Rams. The Seahawks have their
eyes on the prize this season, and look to have what it takes to finish atop the division standings in 2013. With an offense
that begins with running back Marshawn Lynch and the ground game, the Seahawks are an old school football team that wants
to run it up the middle as much as possible. With second-year quarterback Russell Wilson at the helm of the passing attack,
this is a balanced offense to pair with one of the best defensive units in the league.
is nothing better than seeing a sporting event live and in person. Sports have been a part of cultures around the world for
a very long time, and spectators have always enjoyed watching athletes compete at the highest of levels. When you're there
in the stands at a sporting event like this one, you're treated to seeing some of the most talented athletes in the entire
world going head to head with everything on the line. There's nothing that compares to the atmosphere at a game, where you're
surrounded by fans that are all there to enjoy a great spectacle of sport.
The National Football League is the premier
sports league in the United States of America for a reason, as it boasts some of the most incredible athletes known to man.
The NFL has become renowned for its brand of exciting football that you can't find anywhere else in the world. With quarterbacks
that can put the ball anywhere on the field, running backs that can make a move to avoid a defender and be on a breakaway
for the end zone in no time, receivers that routinely make highlight reel catches and defensive players that put some of the
hardest hits on opponents game in and game out, the NFL is simply the cream of the crop when it comes to a sports-watching
People from all over the world love the National Football League, and there is even talk of the NFL going
global. There are already multiple games played in London, England each and every season, and many people thinks it's only
a matter of time before the league has teams based in Europe. The NFL is taking over for a reason, because it's simply riveting
to see a game in person when these amazing athletes hit the field to do battle on the gridiron.
owner of the Seattle Seahawks, Paul Allen, also owns a team in the National Basketball Association. Which team does he own?
answer is the Portland Trail Blazers.
The Seattle Seahawks in 1976 and are currently a member
of the NFC West division. Over the course of the organization's history, the Seahawks have made it to the postseason more
than 10 times, but has only reached the Super Bowl once, in 2005 when they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers.