Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Wednesday, Jan. 21 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
CenturyLink Field Quake Comparison
The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network (PNSN) was on site for Sunday's NFC Championship win over the Green Bay Packers to monitor crowd-generated "earthquakes" through the run of play.
They posted their findings earlier this week, noting the activity that came after Marshawn Lynch's go-ahead fourth quarter touchdown and subsequent two-point conversion from Russell Wilson to Luke Willson that gave Seattle a 22-19 lead out-measured that of the original "Beast Quake" run from the Seahawks' 2011 wild-card playoff game against the New Orleans Saints.
PNSN writes, "...the 'Dance Quake' following the go-ahead touchdown and 2-point conversion seems to be the biggest seismic signal yet seen associated with a Seahawks game. Those of us watching on TV directly saw the source of the shaking. For some reason the TV broadcast did not break away for a commercial as is typical after touchdowns. Instead it showed several different scenes of the crowd. It was very obvious that large number of fans were jumping up and down in unison at a rate of about 2 jumps per second. Our staff in the press box said that the whole place was shaking so much they thought it might be a real earthquake."
Nicely done, 12s.
Dan Quinn Up For Salute To Service Award
Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is one of 27 nominees for the NFL's Salute To Service Award presented by USAA, which acknowledges "the exceptional efforts by members of the NFL community to honor and support U.S. service members and veterans."
Quinn and his wife Stacey launched the "Quinn's Corps Foundation" in 2005 to help military families. During the season Quinn hosts military guests to unique gameday experiences and has been one of the first to greet military members who visit practice at Seahawks headquarters.
You can tweet your support for Quinn using the #SaluteToService hashtag on Twitter.
Tweet of the Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Danny Kelly at FieldGulls.com, who shares a short video of Seahawks punter Jon Ryan's celebration following his 19-yard touchdown pass to Garry Gilliam. You may not have caught in the stadium or on T.V., but Ryan dishes out the "discount double-check" championship belt gesture - Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' signature move - to the Green Bay sideline.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, Clare Farnsworh leads his recap of Tuesday's events in Hawkville by putting the focus on defensive tackle Kevin Williams - the first-year Seahawk but 12-year NFL veteran who's getting his first taste of the Super Bowl.
Farnsworth also has his initial take on the Seahawks' Super Bowl opponent and takes a closer look at wide receiver Chris Matthews' onside kick recovery from Sunday's NFC Championship win.
I take a closer look at Marshawn Lynch's record rushing performance from this past Sunday's NFC Championship win over the Packers.
Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times looks at the major impact undrafted free agents had on Sunday's Seahawks win over the Packers.
Get a behind the scenes look at the Sea Gals as they prepare to take the field at CenturyLink and perform during the Seahawks game against the Packers.
Jerry Brewer at the Seattle Times says the Seahawks should be applauded for their resiliency.
John McGrath at the Tacoma News Tribune notes the Seahawks' come-from-behind win over the Packers was among the best in NFL history.
Don Ruiz at the Tacoma News Tribune catches up with former Seahawk turned New England Patriot Brandon Browner.
And Stephen Cohen at SeattlePI.com ranks the 12 greatest games in Seahawks history.
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