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February 14, 2015 at 9:00 AM

More Seahawks Super Bowl postmortem: Seattle Times readers sound off

Super Bowl Still in Carroll’s corner ​I have felt a deep sadness as I’ve read the angry letters attacking Pete Carroll for the loss of the Super Bowl.  I want him to know that there are those of us who are very proud of his leadership of the Seahawks and are extremely grateful for what he puts into…

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February 7, 2015 at 11:13 AM

Take 2: Grieve Seahawks loss in Super Bowl so we can move on

BY MARK TYE TURNER I’m standing in front of my seat at Super Bowl XLIX, only 150 feet away from where Jermaine Kearse made the craziest catch in Hawk history two plays earlier. Now the Seahawks are looking at second-and-goal at the 1-yard line. A mere 36 inches away from football immortality. I’m clenching my 12th Man…

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February 7, 2015 at 10:54 AM

Super Bowl angst, frustration and support: Seattle Times readers sound off

Super Bowl Betrayal of 12s and themselves Pete Carroll and Darrell Bevell betrayed the Seahawks owner, coaching staffs, players, the millions of 12s and themselves. They will be hard pressed to regain the public trust and stature they once had. — Frank Stewart, Everett Mourn loss and move on Watching the brutal ending of the Super Bowl could only bring back memories of…

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January 30, 2015 at 7:00 AM

Seahawks vs. Patriots: A brief history in time

BY MARK TYE TURNER Usually when teams face off in the Super Bowl, they don’t have a lot of history against each other because they are in different conferences. In the case of the Seahawks, however, that is not true. The Hawks resided in the AFC for a quarter of a century before switching to the…

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January 29, 2015 at 4:48 PM

Take 2: How the Seahawks bring out my school’s spirit

BY ANTHONY EDWARDS Developing a school spirit day that everyone likes is almost impossible. Having an environment with kindergarteners to eighth-graders makes typical school events that try to draw interest from all ages challenging. Last year, though, it felt as though everyone at my school had a sense of community. Why? It’s because of the Seahawks. Annual school-wide spirit…

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