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A Festivus for the rest of us
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks reveal all of the latest buzz surrounding the first round heading into the 2017 NFL Draft from Philadelphia. The guys also give their favorite 2nd and 3rd day prospects as well as their pick for the next Dak Prescott in this draft class. Watch
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A day after the Seahawks dropped its first home game in nearly two years was Festivus. Given that the social media trends this week seem to have followed the path of the cult-classic holiday, I thought we could have some fun and examine the social media fallout from the 17-10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. So, gather around your Festivus pole and read on… Read
The airing of grievances
While the defense played a dominating game, scooping up four interceptions and two sacks, the offense sputtered. @DangeRussWilson had what may have been his worst performance since entering the NFL as he went 11/27 for only 108 yards.
As the frustrations mounted, those watching the game took to social media to air their grievances. As I was in the stands, I could hear the boos and murmurs of a failing offense. But on Twitter, the criticism was a bit more pointed.
As we look forward to Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams, it’s another championship week. Fans have turned positive again as we look toward locking up the number one seed in the NFC with a victory.
Go ‘Hawks! Read