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Seattle Seahawks 2019 Game Tickets

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The Seattle Seahawks are coming off a 10-6 season that ended with them losing on Wild Card weekend too in Dallas to the Cowboys, following a failed two-point conversion attempt. The Seahawks had little space in free agency, so their only adds were kicker Jason Meyers for four years and offensive guard Mike Iupati for one year. They spend the rest of their cap space re-signing their own.

The Seahawks need cheap young talent, and they added it with 11 selections in the draft. In round one they reinjected life into a once-dominant pass rush with defensive end L.J. Collier from TCU. The Legion of Boom is no more, so the Seahawks secondary needs to be rebuilt. With their first selection of round two, they added safety Marquise Blair from Utah. They also needed to rebuild their wide receiver corps. In round two, they added DK Metcalf from Mississippi and in round four they added Gary Jennings from West Virginia, the man who was on the receiving end of the throw of the year from quarterback Will Grier late in the game in Texas. Late in the draft they added John Ursua from Hawaii for depth at the position. Other highlights from their draft include outside linebacker Cody Barton from Utah, offensive guard Phil Haynes from Wake Forest, and inside linebacker Ben Burr-Kirven from Washington. The Seahawks released they needed cap relief, so they focused on the draft. They may take a step back in 2019 for the short term, but in the long term it will help them.

The Seattle Seahawks have been one of the NFL’s premier teams for quite a while now. In 2017 the Seahawks finished the regular season 9-7 as quarterback Russell Wilson did everything he could to will his depleted team back to the playoffs and came up just short. So what did the Seahawks do this offseason to get back there?

The truth is, the Seahawks continued to take apart their team in the offseason, which they have to do. They have made some bad cap decisions, and now it is time to pay the bill. They released cornerbacks Richard Sherman, Jeremy Lane, and DeShawn Shead. They also chose to let kicker Blair Walsh walk away as well. They also traded All-Pro defensive end Michael Bennett to the Philadephia Eagles. Late in the offseason, they also released defensive end Cliff Avril. The signings they made were ho-hum at best- swingman offensive lineman D.J. Fluker, running back Mike Davis, defensive tackle Tom Johnson, and defensive tackle Shamar Stephen.

With their cap in trouble, the Seahawks draft became a top priority. In round one, they solved their revolving door at running back with Rashaad Penny from San Diego State. In round two they added some badly needed depth to their defensive end position with Rasheem Green from USC. In round four they grabbed tight end Will Dissly from Washington. In round five they finally added looked at their depleted secondary and added safety Tre Flowers from Oklahoma State. Also in round five they got a new punter in Michael Dickson from Texas. To finish round five they added offensive line depth in Jamarco Jones from Ohio State. To finish their draft they went outside linebacker Jake Martin from Temple and quarterback Alex McGough from Florida International. They will have to rely on these players more than they would like to this year with their cap troubles. We will see what becomes of the Seahawks now. The Legion of Boom is no more, and in it’s place, is something far inferior.

The Seattle Seahawks won the NFC West a year ago with a record of 10-5-1. They got a lucky draw on “Wild Card Weekend” with the Detroit Lions taking them on. Had it been any of the other possible choices between the Packers, Giants, Redskins or Buccaneers, their season would have been ended that Saturday night. Seahawks were a great matchup for the Lions, and the team took advantage that all night long. The next weekend, the red hot Falcons flipped the tables and blew the Seahawks right out of the Georgia Dome.

This offseason, the first order of business for Seattle was to re-sign kicker Blair Walsh. After that, the team made a number of smaller signings: Taking care of offensive tackle Luke Joeckel, running back Eddie Lacy, tight end Luke Wilson and cornerback DeShawn Shead. In the draft, the Seahawks didn't have a first round draft choice, but they put together eleven total selections by the time they were done wheeling and dealing. Their first draft choice was the third pick of round two, which they used on defensive tackle Malik McDowell from Michigan State. With their other second round draft choice they took center Ethan Pocic from LSU. Seattle had a trio of third round choices, acquiring cornerback Shaquill Griffin from Central Florida, safety Delano Hall from Michigan, and defensive tackle Nazair Jones from North Carolina. Overall it was a good draft. The team will take on the Packers for opening day 2017. It’s sure to be a great game.

Seahawks Come Of Age And Find Success

The Seattle Seahawks are one of the NFL's “newer” teams, having been formed in 1974 and beginning play in 1976. As part of the agreement in the NFL-AFL merger of 1970, the league would expand to from 26 to 28 teams. In 1972 a group from Seattle led by Lloyd W. Nordstrom, the son of the founder of Nordstrom Inc., a high fashion retailer, announced plans to buy one of the two NFL expansion teams. In June of 1974, the franchise officially came into being and in December, Lloyd signed the agreement. In 1975, John Thompson was hired as the first general manager, and in 1976, the franchise began play, going 2-12 in the first season. The Seahawks didn't have much success their first several decades of existence, but in when Mike Holmgren arrived in the late 1990's, that all changed. Since Holmgren arrived in town, the Seahawks have made the playoffs 11 times, won their division 8 times, won the NFC three times, and won the Super Bowl in 2014. The Seahawks have played in three different buildings. From 1976 to 1999 they played in the Kingdome. They spent two seasons in Huskies Stadium after that and in 2002 they moved into their current home, CenturyLink Field.

The Seahawks were an afterthought until Mike Holmgren arrived in the late 1990’s, since then, Seattle has enjoy a nice long run of success, winning the division eight times, the conference twice, and of course the Super Bowl just a few months ago.

The Seattle Seahawks have been flying high the last few years, and 2014 was no different. The Seahawks entered 2014 as the defending Super Bowl Champions with sky high expectations and Super Bowl aspirations once again. The Seahawks lived up to all of those expectations in 2014. Seattle finished the 2014 season 12-4, good for the best record in the NFC. The Packers came to town and held the lead late in Seattle before the big meltdown that led to Seattle advancing to the Super Bowl, where they were a goal to go away from winning it again. Seattle entered the 2015 season with pretty much the same aspirations. The difference is that 2015 will be their last season at such an elite level. What will happen when all of these cheap young players will all come looking for their contracts over the next several years? It will certainly lead to a drop-off in performance team-wide, as these free agents follow the money out of town. This has already begun to happen with the ongoing Russell Wilson contract negotiations.

The last few years the Seahawks have been “all in”, and they have maybe been the league's best team as a result. They won the Super Bowl in 2014, and won the NFC Championship again in 2015, but came up one yard short in the Super Bowl that season when the Seahawks coaching staff made one of the worst play calls in NFL history, electing to drop back to pass from the one yard line instead of running it. The Patriots Malcolm Butler intercepted the pass, and won the game for the Patriots as a result. Internet Memes involving head coach Pete Carroll and that play have sprung up since then and are still in use to this day. As a result of being “all in” the Seahawks have ended up paying most of their cap to four players all at once and people are now waiting for when they are going to drop off the table.