Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Two Simple Truths About the Seahawks

First, a safe, prosperous, and happy New Year to you and yours!

Second, my heartfelt condolences go out to the family, friends, and loved ones of Darrent Williams. He was twenty-four years old; that’s just a baby as my grandfather used to say.

Third, our beloved Seahawks play host to the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday evening in the wildcard round of the playoffs (8pm EDT). The plotlines for the game are thick enough to make easy work for journalists. The ‘Boys, coming off a bewildering loss to Detroit, looked and played the part of a team ready to get this season over with and finished—a feeling fittingly symbolized in the post game comments and body language of one William Parcells. One gets the impression that the season-long drama—the never ending T.O. soap opera, the expectations, the improving but still leaky offensive line, the young Tony Romo and Romomania—has really worn on him.

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7 comments:

  1. We're going to the SuperBowl!!!

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  2. You tell 'em, hon! My big man was caller #1065 on KHWK 106.5, which earned us two 50-yard line tix for the game!!! Who's the man?!!!

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  3. you are DA MAN meezy!!!!!

    have fun at the game.

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  4. meezy's mistress1/03/2007 08:06:00 AM

    But he's taking me, aren't you, studdy?

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  5. meezy's priest1/03/2007 08:06:00 AM

    Meezy appears to be in a moral quandary.

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  6. meezy's hit man1/03/2007 08:07:00 AM

    I can make it all go away, bud.

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  7. I believe I caused a misunderstanding. My original post was intended to be sarcastic. Meezy, to my knowledge, has not won a trip to the Super Bowl, nor have the Seattle Seahawks. Nor will they, as long as I have a say in it.

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