Was it linebacker Bobby Wagner? Safety Jamal Adams? Receiver DK Metcalf? Someone else?
Over half of the responders believe it is very important to bring the NBA back to Seattle.
With postseason play — and the likes of Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees — just around the corner, the timing couldn’t be better.
NBA expansion could be on the docket. Do you care about Seattle getting a team?
Three-quarters of the responders predict Seattle will win Sunday’s crunch NFC West match-up.
Seattle has two special teams players on the NFC Pro Bowl team, plus standout kicking and punting.
Seattle and L.A. square off Sunday at Lumen Field in a game that could decide the NFC West.
The switch from Short Season-A to High-A has the majority of voters fired up for AquaSox baseball.
Seattle’s safety not only set a new single-season record for sacks by a DB, he’s sparking the Seahawks’ D.
Will Everett’s impending switch from Short Season-A to High-A make you more likely to attend games?
Voters overwhelmingly picked Seattle’s loss to the Giants as the state’s worst from last weekend.
A quarterback sneak on a fourth-and-inches play probably would have earned Seattle a first down. But no — they called a pass play, which failed.
The Seahawks, Huskies and Cougars all lost on the same weekend for the first time since 2011.
A small majority objects to the Bulldogs playing a day after a player tested positive for COVID-19.
No, it’s not the old Legion of Boom, but even with an average defense Seattle could be formidable.
The men’s basketball contest went forward despite a Gonzaga player testing positive for COVID-19.
Despite calls to have the annual football game between UW and WSU rescheduled, 68% think it won’t happen.
Seattle is tied atop the NFC West, but its favorable schedule ahead is the big reason to be excited.
Friday’s football game between UW and WSU was called off, but there’s still hope of rescheduling.
More than three-quarters of responders said the Seahawks should have gone for it on fourth-and-short.