Saints-Seahawks: The day in tweets

“Dear God, please don’t let the power go out during the @Seahawks broadcast. #GoHawks” — @StrohmInsurance

(Jodi Strohm, Seahawks fan) https://twitter.com/StrohmInsurance/status/422098086056304640

“Wow. So far the only thing the @Saints have been able to block well is the @KIRO7Seattle Twitter account. #NOvsSEA” — @KIRO7Seattle (Kiro 7 News)

“Hail: check; lightning: check; thunder: check! I think we are ready for the @Seahawks now” — @Xanlythe (“Xanlythe,” Seahawks fan)

“@Saints How much is the bounty pay-off for taking off Harvin’s head?” — @rainnwilson (Rainn Wilson, actor/Seahawks fan)

“I’d be a terrible WR but really good at throwing up my hands &protesting the refs after missing a catch like there was pass interference” — @rainnwilson (Rainn Wilson, actor/Seahawks fan)

“Let’s spend the next 6 months trying to find the 2nd person who thought Shayne Graham could make a 48-yarder into the gusting rain and wind.” — @BillSimmons (Grantland.com columnist)

“Any score, of any variety, by the home team, will make me feel good” — @Softykjr (Local radio personality)

“The Seahawks game will determine my mood for the next week” — @alazadi94 (Ali Al-Azadi, Former Mariner High School soccer player, Seahawks fan)

“That was NOT a fumble, he was hit and his forearm was down.” — @MikePereira (FOX rules analyst)

“The Seahawks offense left when Percy Harvin did” — @wingoz (Trey Wingo, “NFL Live” host)

“Great 1st step for us! Congrats to the #12s, let’s do it again next week! ‘What’s next?’ #GoHawks” — @Pete Carroll (Seahawks head coach)

“BEAST. MODE. GOOD NIGHT” — @BrianMFloyd (SB Nation editor)

https://twitter.com/BrianMFloyd/status/422162839235612672

“Please don’t slap Harvin on the helmet” — @BrianMFloyd (SB Nation editor)

https://twitter.com/BrianMFloyd/status/422135822784012288

“Have to credit this Seattle Defense. Skunking a pretty explosive offense with a lot of weapons.” — @TeamGleason (Steve Gleason, former Saints player)

“Great team win! 1-0 baby! #GoHawks!” — @DangeRussWilson (Russell Wilson, Seahawks QB)

https://twitter.com/DangeRussWilson/status/422202795274416128/photo/1

“Apologize for the penalty gotta keep the cool.” — @Bwagz54 (Bobby Wagner, Seahawks linebacker)

“So in sum—the #Saints missed a FG, shanked a punt, had a roughness penalty, and fumbled. In just over 15 min.” — @N12jamiestuart (Jamie Stuart, Seahawk fan)

https://twitter.com/N12jamiestuart/status/422129322653011968

— Compiled by Herald Writer David Krueger

“O.22’ at Boeing Field thru the game makes it one of the wettest Seahawks home games since the stadium opened in 2002.” — @ScottSKOMO (KOMO reporter)

“Marshawn Lynch is awesomeness. #BeastQuake #Beastmode #Seahawks #NFL #Skittles #TasteTheRainbow” — @Alex_Chatman (Alex Chatman, “NFL fan”)

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