Meet Carl Pierce of Auburn and Ted Macomber of Port Orchard They’re in New York for the Super Bowl, and this will be the fifth one they have attended. Both see Seattle winning, but by different margins. Pierce says 24-14. Macomber says 55-13. “A blowout,” said Macomber. “Peyton Manning has never seen anything like this.”More
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Meet Patricia and Ernie Krewson of Salem. They’ve been Seahawks’ season-ticket holders for more than 20 years, even though every home game means a 3 1/2-hour drive each way. What Ernie wants us to know: He had a dream a couple of nights ago that the Seahawks would win 17-0. If the dream comes true, the game…More
Meet Kathy and Tom Glass of Bismarck, ND They’ve seen Central Park, “Jersey Boys,” the Museum of Modern Art and the Statue of Liberty. Now they’re ready for a football game. Tom, a former Seattle-area resident, still has brothers, a sister and mom in the Puget Sound area. Both he and Kathy are longtime Seahawks fans. Kathy’s prediction,…More
Meet Shelby Gonzales and Amanda Hall of Seattle New York is a favorite travel destination for each of them, and Hall, 34, tells us what to expect Sunday: “I’m going to say we win by 3. We’ll get all stressed out leading up to it and it will be a massive relief when it’s over.”More
Meet Spokane’s Jason Pride and Tyler, 9 The dad and son just got to NYC this morning and already they’ve been interviewed by a TV news crew. When I ask for a game prediction, Tyler doesn’t hesitate: Seattle, 27-24. Dad looks for a little more scoring, Hawks 31-27. But it’s not automatic, says the elder Pride….More
Meet Rich Grippi, 14, of Dunmore, PA (Just outside Scranton.) Never been to Seattle, but loves the Seahawks. Got out of a day of school (8th grade) to go with dad — an hour and a half each way — to Newark, NJ, to see players at Media Day. Why the Hawks are his team: “I…More