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It isn't easy to be a fan of Seattle sports... but Darin still loves the Seahawks and Mariners. He loosely follows soccer, and would love to have an NHL team in Seattle. As odd as it sounds, he supports UW AND WSU sports, as well as Eastern WA Univ athletics and Gonzaga Basketball. Between undergraduate and graduate studies, he's taken classes at all of those schools. One thing he won't talk about is the NBA...the league is out of hand.
Thanks a lot. You got me believing in B/R for Seahawks coverage and then you up and leave. It has become a trash heap. Just read yet another article full of errors and B@S and I just feel like venting but don't know who to yell at. Blah blah blah.
Did you hear what Golston had to say about Wilson's height?
Great game for the Hawks yesterday! Loved how they showed up in the second half to go up by two scores, keep AP in check, and then finish off the game with the ball.
4-2 looks like the hawks are for real - this is a serious playoff team No teams what to play the hawks
Darin is Joey Rebb still writing ?
correct me if im wrong but if theTexans give up 201 or more yards to the Jets on Monday night the Seahawks will have the #1 Defense in the NFL??? Would this be True?
Darin I said 11 -5 this year you said 10-6 if the coaching on the O side of the ball does not wake up we both will be wrong -this team should be 3-1 or 4-0 gota play to your strengths that means use all of your player to the strengths.
Wow! I was feeling pretty good about my move up to "Contributor II" until I saw that you have more than two million reads on your stories. Well done, sir!
I have the Jets at 3-5 before their week 9 bye.
And . . . 3-6 after week 10.
All I can say is . . . God help them if they lose to either the Dolphins (whom they play twice) or the Colts inbetween.
Not that you needed my help, but I tried to soften the blow a little.
New York Jets fans do not want to hear the obvious . . . especially when it is being written by someone on the West Coast.
Having lived in Doylestown, PA and Middletown NJ, I can assure you that an "East Coast Bias" does exist.
I live in Southern California now and . . . right or wrong . . . my perception of the New York Jets is much the same as yours.