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The Potter's Clay

Scripture, Theology, the Christian worldview, and other ramblings.

22 January 2006

Super Bowl Seahawks

I Just got back from Qwest Field, and I have no voice, hence I type on my blog. Some photos below are from my camera, others from the local newspapers.

The stadium was rockin, and it was loud. It was fun watching the Panthers get steamrolled. To all the pundits out there who said the Hawks are soft, there is nothing soft about a dominating 34-14 rout. My game ball goes to the Seahawks defense, who shut down everyone's favorite WR, Steve Smith. The Hawks won the time of possession battle 42:00 to 18:00. In every aspect of the game, the Seahawks dominated.

I have been a Seahawks fan since I can remember, so this is sweet!!!

Here we come Detroit, and bring on the Steelers. Yup, bring it. Huff and puff Pittsburgh, you will not intimidate us.


PS - This guy should be fired, what a joke.


Blogger Mike Perrigoue said...

You went to the game? Lucky...

23 January, 2006 06:35  

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