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Military Sea Hawkers Week 6 Newsletter
Major Kadel representing the 12s in Kabul, Afghanistan.
If you missed Monday night’s game in our nation’s capital, you missed an instant classic in Russell Wilson’s career. While it wasn’t a comeback like some of his other memorable games in the last couple years, this was a game he dominated.
Colin Cowherd explained it very well when he said it looked like one of those games at the high school or college level where one guy stood out above all other players on the field. Wilson had 200+ yards passing, 100+ yards rushing, two passing touchdowns and he ran one in on their way to a 27-17 victory.
The game wasn’t without controversy, however. Percy Harvin was in the end zone three times and each time the Hawks were flagged on the play to nullify the score. It was a great game by Harvin that won’t show up in the box score. It made fans and even a couple Seahawks players to wonder out loud if something nefarious was going on to attempt to keep the game close in prime time.
After getting out quickly to a 17-0 lead, the Seahawks were able to overcome some sloppy play, including eight pre-snap penalties, and remained in control for the entire game. Jon Ryan was the star on special teams, pinning the opposing team inside their 10-yard-line on several drives and he even ran for a first down on a fake field goal attempt that led to Seattle’s final touchdown.
What kept Washington in the game was two deep passes to DeSean Jackson that led to 10 points. Their last touchdown came in the final minutes to pull within seven points. But the Seahawks were able to get into field goal range and put the game out of reach after an incredible play by Wilson to get the ball to Marshawn Lynch. It is a must-see highlight.
If you’re reading this and didn’t click the link in the previous paragraph, you’ve already waited too long to watch that highlight. If you did click the link above, you should probably go back and watch it again, seriously.
seahawks vs. Cowboys live on afn, DTS
The 3-1 Seahawks go from facing a one-win NFC East team on the road to a one-loss team from the same division. The Cowboys are 4-1 thanks to the help of a solid offensive line and their running back Demarco Murray.
The Seahawks counter by having the top rushing attack in the NFL and a 122-yard rushing performance on Monday night by quarterback Russell Wilson. This will be the only Seahawks game played at home in the month of October! If you’re going to be at the game, make as much noise as possible, because you’ll have until Nov. 2 to recuperate.
The game is set to broadcast live on AFN Sports and DTS Sports at 1300 PT, 2000 GMT and 0030 in Afghanistan.
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Russell Wilson took over the game Monday night and led the Seahawks to a 27-17 win against Washington. Adam and Brandan wonder how anyone can watch that game and not see Wilson as an elite quarterback.
With a lot of questions on penalties, the guys attempt to explain what the refs may have seen and how an incredible game by Percy Harvin was wiped away.
As the matchup against Dallas is on the horizon, find out why the entire game hinges on the appearance of Rolando McLain. And just as Demarco Murray has emerged as a weapon for the Cowboys they announce their intent to limit his carries.
Listeners rallied around the idea of surpassing the Steelers podcast in reviews and we are now closing in on them. The guys read reviews and find out how John’s trip to the game went before getting into the pick’em segment.
ESPN’s coverage of the Jaguars podcast and a fellow podcaster is called out in the “Do Better” segment. The Lions and Hoyer the Destroyer are “Better at Life.”