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Seattle Seahawks Fans

Updated on February 9, 2015

So Close...

What an amazing to time for Seahawk fans! While the pain of getting so close to a second consecutive Super Bowl title is still very fresh, the hope for next year is beginning to move the grief process along. We're going to be talking about the last offensive play called by the coaching staff for years to come. But imagine what this would feel like if we hadn't beat the Broncos so decisively last year.

This hub was originally written to honor the "steadfast, long suffering" Seattle Seahawks fans who have proven to be some of the best in all of sport not to mention the ones with the most impact on what takes place on the field. However the term long-suffering no longer applies so Cubs fans it's all yours.What follows is the original story.

I don't want to downplay the many years of suffering that fans of the Chicago Cubs have been through. But we Seahawks fans have a few decades of frustration ourselves. Sure we had that trip to the Super Bowl in 2006 where we were defeated by the black and white, er I mean yellow of the Pittsburgh Steelers.But for the most part we have been fans with high hopes followed by disappointment.

2010 might have been the exception to the rule for Seahawkers. We didn't go into the season with much hope and the team proved us right throughout the year by winning 7 games and losing 9. But after the dust had settled we ended up winning the NFC West as the rest of the division had bad years too. The Seahawks were the first team in history to win their division and make the playoffs with a losing record. Less than a week later the team became the first with a losing record to win a playoff game when we beat the defending Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints 41-36. That certainly was one of the most exciting days in a Seahawks fan history. The following week we looked bad as we lost big to the Chicago Bears.

I hope this lens brings you comfort as a place for Seahawks fans to come together as well as a place to find cool Seahawks stuff because this year is going to be different.

The 12th Man

Despite the years of frustration Seahawks fans are some of if not the, most rabid in the NFL. We are incredibly loyal, eternally optimistic and oh how we can get loud! We've been credited with helping to win games and the team has gone so far as to retire the number 12 to honor our contribution on the field. The number 12 flag is flown in a special ceremony at each home game. Since 2005 we have helped cause a league leading 107 false starts. We've also sold out CenturyLink Field every game since the early 2003 season.

It's Gonna Get Loud!

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      seattletix 

      4 years ago

      Winning the Super Bowl this year and probably next year too. Go Seahawks

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      GeekGirl1 

      6 years ago

      Team Seahawks!!!!

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      djroll 

      6 years ago

      Our Seahawks do have their problems, but their fans are always loyal. They sure have a beautiful stadium in Seattle!

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      Ronald Tucker 

      6 years ago from Louisville, Kentucky

      The 2010 season was quite memorable..."the only team with a losing record to win a playoff game." What an amazing feat when you think of 32 teams that started the season. It has been said that the "NFL is broken into 2 seasons, regular and playoff"...the Seahawks just ran out gas!

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      Vicki Green 

      6 years ago from Wandering the Pacific Northwest USA

      Always great to find another Seahawks fan! Go Hawks! Featured lens on my visit Seattle lens.

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