Seattle Seahawks’ John Schneider Ranks First Among NFL GM’s

John Schneider

John Schneider has earned the title of “Greatest GM in the NFL,” at least from one publication.

It would be hard to find another front office employee on any NFL team that has had as remarkable run as Schneider since joining the Seattle Seahawks in 2010.

Since missing the playoffs in their first year together, Pete Carroll and John Schneider have transformed the team, moving them into the elite class of the league.

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Porn Star Tori Black is a Seattle Seahawks Fan


The Seahawks aren’t struggling for fans since they demolished the Broncos in last year’s epic Super Bowl beat down. In fact, hardcore Hawks fans have to prove themselves with all the bandwagon fans joining in on the continued success this season.

One such hardcore fan is non other than famous porn star Tori Black, who is from the state of Washington and proved to her online following that she bleeds Seahawks blue and green.

You can check out all those glorious pics below.

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Seahawks’ Earl Thomas Prevents TD with Karate Chop

NFL: St. Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks

We all knew that Seattle Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas was one of, if not THE best safeties in the NFL.

But none of us had any clue that he was a freakin’ ninja too.



Mariners Expected to go After Victor Martinez

Victor Martinez Mariners

It isn’t a shocker that the Seattle Mariners are expected to go after Detroit Tigers catcher Victor Martinez in free agency, right?

Martinez is one of the best pure hitters in MLB and he’d fit right in as a designated hitter batting behind Robinson Cano and in front of Kyle Seager. Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik has already made public comments that he considers adding a power bat as the greatest offseason need.

Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon has already stated that he expects two, TWO power bats to be added before next season starts. I guess it’s good to ask for two, that way it’s expected for his GM to at least accommodate him with one, if anything.

Victor Martinez batted .335/.409/.565 in 151 games with 32 home runs and 103 RBI. Those totals would have led the Mariners and surely would have sent them to the playoffs had one of the current players contributed them to the already improved offense.

The Tigers will surely try to retain their free agent but as we saw with Robinson Cano, talented players can be lured away to the Pacific Northwest, for the right price of course.

What that price might be is unclear. But we already know that payroll will be increasing next season thanks to the improved attendance at Safeco Field. A contract somewhere near 3-years and $45 million just might do the trick, and add even more butts in the seats for next year.

Seattle Seahawks Defense Has Challenge Against Washington Redskins

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Seahawks vs. Redskins: Don’t Underestimate Kirk Cousins

The Seattle Seahawks (2-1) are coming off of their Week 4 Bye and are heading to Washington D.C. to take on the Redskins (1-3) on Monday Night Football. Possibly the only positive to having a week off this early in the season is that we don’t have to worry about Seahawks withdrawals during the regular season anymore.

Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins awaits the Seahawks after having the worst statistical game of his young career vs the Giants. Cousins will now be facing one of the toughest NFL defenses in decades as the defending Super Bowl champions got back on track against a Hall of Fame quarterback in Peyton Manning in Week 3.

With the loss of Robert Griffin III, Cousins performed pretty well in his two starts, topping out with 400+ yards passing and 3 TD’s in a loss to the Eagles. The story against the Giants was a bit less ceremonious. 4 INT’s and a QBR of 13.9 makes one wonder what he’ll do against Seattle’s Legion of Boom.

Statistically the Redskins rank in the top half of each major category:

redskins vs seahawks stats

The Seahawks have a history of traveling to the Capitol for nationally televised games and leaving victorious. The last being a playoff victory in a Wild Card round in which RG3 left with an injury. The Seahawks must game plan for both Cousins, who is no scrub and running back Alfred Morris. Morris presents a challenge as well as he’s averaging a very respectable 4.5 ypc and 3 TD’s.

In a turn of events from last year, the Seahawks are actually better against the run than they are the pass after three games.

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Philip Rivers and the Chargers proved that no game is a guaranteed win for the Seahawks. Cousins is more than capable of pulling off an upset at home against a struggling secondary that needs to find their groove.

How do you think the game will go?

Mariners’ Attendance Increase Highest in MLB

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Mariners’ Attendance Shows Fans Care About Team Again

Over the course of the season, no other team increased their attendance over last season like the Mariners. 25,485 came to the park on average in 2014. That’s a 17% increase over last year. It still only ranks 23rd among the 30 MLB teams home attendance figures but it’s a large leap in the right direction.

It’s absolutely no secret in Seattle, and probably around all of baseball that Mariner fans had lost a lot of respect for their team. A decade of constant losing and a front office that showed zero interest of fielding a competitive team would do that to any cities fan base. That is, until now.

This remarkable 2014 season just came to a dramatic, and disappointing conclusion, with a win nonetheless. The Texas Rangers and their fans became our friends for the final week, yet they were unable to defeat the Oakland Athletics in game 162 of the regular season. So, again, the Mariners will be out of the playoffs.

There is reason to celebrate. The final win of the season was witnessed by over 40,000 strong at Safeco Field. Now you might think that was only because it was the finale of the season, or because Felix Hernandez was pitching. And both of those were obviously factors. But the jump in victories, 16 more than in 2013, is the real reason Seattle fans are flocking back to the ballpark.

If the winning continues into next season, maybe the Mariners’ attendance will approach their record of over 3,500,000 fans coming to Safeco in 2002 – just one year after the club won 116 regular season games.

Guys like Robinson Cano, Kyle Seager, and Hernandez deserve to play in front of sold out home crowds. Plus young guys such as James Paxton, Taijuan Walker, and the possibility of seeing the rest of the top Mariners draft picks should add even more of a reason for fans to come out and eat some garlic fries next season.

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