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The Seahawks will return the core the offense again in 2008. Matt Hasselbeck is still the quarterback and Shawn Alexander is still the running back. The team is trying to improve Hasselbeck’s options in the passing game, looking a game breaking receiver or tight end. The Seahawks' also want to improve the offensive line and are expected to use their 25th pick in the draft to offer Hasselbeck better protection and Alexander bigger holes to run through

Seattle has been the dominant force in the NFC West the last few years. After taking over the top spot in the division from the St. Louis Rams in 2004, the Seahawks have been consistent top performers in a division not known for its competitive teams. Playoff tickets over the last few seasons have seen the team go to the Super Bowl (in 2005) and consistently make it to the divisional playoff round. The Seahawks have become the automatic choice for experts and fans in the NFC West.

The Seahawks once again captured the NFC West title last season, but their season ended in the divisional playoff game against the Packers.

Led by quarterback Matt Hasselbeck and running back Shaun Alexander, the Seahawks offense remained one of the most balanced in the league for years. Alexander’s MVP season in 2005 in which he set the then-record for touchdowns in a season by a running back at 27 was countered with Hasselbeck’s own great year with 3,459 passing yards, 24 touchdowns, and only nine interceptions. The great offense was similarly complimented by a good defense. The end result was a run of playoff tickets that ended in the franchises first and only visit to the Super Bowl and its most successful years in the team’s 41 year history.

The Seattle defense will remain stingy this season, as the front office placed the franchise tag on cornerback Marcus Trufant and resigned safety Jordan Babibeaux. Qwest Field should once again see the Seahawks win the NFC West in 2008 with the soft division schedule will offer little resistance

The 2009 season for the Seattle Seahawks looks like it could be the dawn of a new era for the team. But this could prove to be bad in the eyes of Seattle Seahawks ticket holders. Longtime head coach through the most successful period of the teams career has decided to retire.

The Seattle Seahawks can continue their good fortune this season thanks to the mediocrity that leaves the division title up for grabs. The Seahawks used to be the favorites each season, but the injuries got to Alexander, cutting his career with Seattle short. Now the running game is suspect as is the team’s ability to win the division title and ensure playoff tickets. There is still hope. If Maurice Morris or Julius Jones can put together a decent season and a second receiver emerges to pair with Nate Burleson then the postseason will not be far away. The team still has Hasselbeck, an offensive line led by Walter Jones, and a dominating defense so the team has to be mentioned among the favorites to win the NFC West and bring the postseason to Qwest Field.

Matt Hasselbeck is back and hopefully better after only playing 7 games last season due to an injured back. Left-tackle Walter Jones is also coming of a knee surgery which cut short his 2008 season. The team may be a little rusty starting off, but with some concentration and dedication to their plays, the team just might find the success they once had.

Seattle Seahawks tickets for the playoffs are moving fast due to the fact that the Seahawks are the first team in 20 years to make it into the playoffs with a record below .500. This is a Cinderella story in the making for all Seattle fans across the country. First year head Coach Pete Carroll rallied the Seahawks football team to a 7-9 record and a NFC west championship. The next matchup on Seattle’s schedule will be a test of heart for the Seahawks football team when they matchup with the defending NFL champions, the New Orleans Saints. Seahawks fans will be searching for Seattle Seahawks tickets for the playoffs to support their home football team in full force on Saturday, January 8, 2011 at Qwest Field in Seattle. They hope this game begins their journey to Super Bowl XLV at Cowboy Stadium February 6, 2011.

After finishing 3rd in the NFC west division in last year’s NFL football season with a 5-11 record, the Seattle Seahawks felt it was necessary to do some team rebuilding. First off, they felt it was time for a new coach so they fired Jim Mora and brought in legendary college football coach Pete Carroll. Then they added new blood to the receiver group, drafting wide receiver Golden Tate. It is safe to say that bringing Carroll in was a smart call. The Seahawks football team increased their record to 7-9 and won the NFC west division and is now a playoff contender. Another major addition the Seahawks made to their football team would be acquiring running back Marshawn Lynch from the Buffalo bills. After being hurt for most of the year in Buffalo, Lynch managed 573 yards rushing and 6 touchdowns.

The Seahawks offense was led by Matt Hassel back, who led a passing attack that accumulated 266 receptions for 3001 passing yards and 12 touchdowns. Unfortunately Hasselback was troubled by injury throughout the year and backup quarterback Charlie White Hurst had to step in temporarily. His impact was felt in Week 17 when he led the Seattle Seahawks to the NFC west championship against a solid St. Louis Rams team. While quarterback injuries were an issue for the rest of the season, it did not affect the offensive rhythm that game. Lead receiver Mike Williams finished the regular season with 65 receptions, 751 yards and 2 touchdowns. The running game was effective and obtained 1,424yds rushing and 13 touchdowns.

The Seattle Seahawks football team is also characterized by a tough defense. Players like Lawyer Milloy, Jordan Babineaux, and Marcus Trufant have allowed Seattle’s offense to have more time of offensive possession throughout the course of the game.

The Seattle Seahawks are truly an NFL Cinderella story and now that they are in the 2011 NFL playoffs they have as good a chance to win as another football team in the NFL. Due to the fact that the Seattle Seahawks are seen as underdogs in the playoffs it has raised the hype for Saturday’s game on January 8, 2011 at Qwest Field in Seattle. Find all Seattle Seahawks tickets for playoffs at ticketspecialists to be a part of a historic super bowl run.

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The Seahawks will return the core the offense again in 2008. Matt Hasselbeck is still the quarterback and Shawn Alexander is still the running back. The team is trying to improve Hasselbeck’s options in the passing game, looking a game breaking receiver or tight end. The Seahawks' also want to improve the offensive line and are expected to use their 25th pick in the draft to offer Hasselbeck better protection and Alexander bigger holes to run through

Seattle has been the dominant force in the NFC West the last few years. After taking over the top spot in the division from the St. Louis Rams in 2004, the Seahawks have been consistent top performers in a division not known for its competitive teams. Playoff tickets over the last few seasons have seen the team go to the Super Bowl (in 2005) and consistently make it to the divisional playoff round. The Seahawks have become the automatic choice for experts and fans in the NFC West.

The Seahawks once again captured the NFC West title last season, but their season ended in the divisional playoff game against the Packers.

Led by quarterback Matt Hasselbeck and running back Shaun Alexander, the Seahawks offense remained one of the most balanced in the league for years. Alexander’s MVP season in 2005 in which he set the then-record for touchdowns in a season by a running back at 27 was countered with Hasselbeck’s own great year with 3,459 passing yards, 24 touchdowns, and only nine interceptions. The great offense was similarly complimented by a good defense. The end result was a run of playoff tickets that ended in the franchises first and only visit to the Super Bowl and its most successful years in the team’s 41 year history.

The Seattle defense will remain stingy this season, as the front office placed the franchise tag on cornerback Marcus Trufant and resigned safety Jordan Babibeaux. Qwest Field should once again see the Seahawks win the NFC West in 2008 with the soft division schedule will offer little resistance

The 2009 season for the Seattle Seahawks looks like it could be the dawn of a new era for the team. But this could prove to be bad in the eyes of Seattle Seahawks ticket holders. Longtime head coach through the most successful period of the teams career has decided to retire.

The Seattle Seahawks can continue their good fortune this season thanks to the mediocrity that leaves the division title up for grabs. The Seahawks used to be the favorites each season, but the injuries got to Alexander, cutting his career with Seattle short. Now the running game is suspect as is the team’s ability to win the division title and ensure playoff tickets. There is still hope. If Maurice Morris or Julius Jones can put together a decent season and a second receiver emerges to pair with Nate Burleson then the postseason will not be far away. The team still has Hasselbeck, an offensive line led by Walter Jones, and a dominating defense so the team has to be mentioned among the favorites to win the NFC West and bring the postseason to Qwest Field.

Matt Hasselbeck is back and hopefully better after only playing 7 games last season due to an injured back. Left-tackle Walter Jones is also coming of a knee surgery which cut short his 2008 season. The team may be a little rusty starting off, but with some concentration and dedication to their plays, the team just might find the success they once had.

Seattle Seahawks tickets for the playoffs are moving fast due to the fact that the Seahawks are the first team in 20 years to make it into the playoffs with a record below .500. This is a Cinderella story in the making for all Seattle fans across the country. First year head Coach Pete Carroll rallied the Seahawks football team to a 7-9 record and a NFC west championship. The next matchup on Seattle’s schedule will be a test of heart for the Seahawks football team when they matchup with the defending NFL champions, the New Orleans Saints. Seahawks fans will be searching for Seattle Seahawks tickets for the playoffs to support their home football team in full force on Saturday, January 8, 2011 at Qwest Field in Seattle. They hope this game begins their journey to Super Bowl XLV at Cowboy Stadium February 6, 2011.

After finishing 3rd in the NFC west division in last year’s NFL football season with a 5-11 record, the Seattle Seahawks felt it was necessary to do some team rebuilding. First off, they felt it was time for a new coach so they fired Jim Mora and brought in legendary college football coach Pete Carroll. Then they added new blood to the receiver group, drafting wide receiver Golden Tate. It is safe to say that bringing Carroll in was a smart call. The Seahawks football team increased their record to 7-9 and won the NFC west division and is now a playoff contender. Another major addition the Seahawks made to their football team would be acquiring running back Marshawn Lynch from the Buffalo bills. After being hurt for most of the year in Buffalo, Lynch managed 573 yards rushing and 6 touchdowns.

The Seahawks offense was led by Matt Hassel back, who led a passing attack that accumulated 266 receptions for 3001 passing yards and 12 touchdowns. Unfortunately Hasselback was troubled by injury throughout the year and backup quarterback Charlie White Hurst had to step in temporarily. His impact was felt in Week 17 when he led the Seattle Seahawks to the NFC west championship against a solid St. Louis Rams team. While quarterback injuries were an issue for the rest of the season, it did not affect the offensive rhythm that game. Lead receiver Mike Williams finished the regular season with 65 receptions, 751 yards and 2 touchdowns. The running game was effective and obtained 1,424yds rushing and 13 touchdowns.

The Seattle Seahawks football team is also characterized by a tough defense. Players like Lawyer Milloy, Jordan Babineaux, and Marcus Trufant have allowed Seattle’s offense to have more time of offensive possession throughout the course of the game.

The Seattle Seahawks are truly an NFL Cinderella story and now that they are in the 2011 NFL playoffs they have as good a chance to win as another football team in the NFL. Due to the fact that the Seattle Seahawks are seen as underdogs in the playoffs it has raised the hype for Saturday’s game on January 8, 2011 at Qwest Field in Seattle. Find all Seattle Seahawks tickets for playoffs at ticketspecialists to be a part of a historic super bowl run.

NFL Playoff Coverage
Super Bowl Tickets
Super Bowl XLV Coverage
The Seattle Times

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