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By a two-to-one margin, Seattle’s 2020 championship team out-polled the 2010 titlists.
After the latest last-second win, a bye week gives fans — and this sportswriter — a chance to decompress.
Is it this year’s team, which won the franchise’s fourth WNBA title, or is it the 2010 team, which also dominted?
Responders were all over the map with how they evaluated Seattle’s coronavirus-truncated campaign.
He’s overshadowed by the flamboyant DK Metcalf, but Lockett makes the big plays.
Seattle missed the postseason yet again while giving young players valuable experience.
All three Seahawks regular season wins over New England received good support from voters.
After stunning performances in the Seahawks’ first two games, he’s proven he’s the league’s best player.
The two franchises have played some doozies since Russell Wilson arrived as Seattle’s quarterback.
More than three-quarters of the voters picked the Storm to claim the WNBA championship.
Many Seahawks fans have called on the team to unleash its quarterback. In the season opener, that’s what happened.
Seattle tied for the league’s best record and enters the playoffs as the No. 2 seed.
Herald writer and awful prognosticator Nick Patterson takes a stab at what won’t happen this season.
An astounding 86% of voters predicted Seattle to finish with double-digit wins this season.
The 2020 NFL season begins this week as Seattle opens at Atlanta on Sunday.
In this week’s poll, 58% said they accept games getting postponed as athletes protest injustice.
Professional sports came to a halt last week in protest of the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
However, the vote was close, with 44% of responders saying the conference made the wrong call.
Did the league do the right thing canceling fall football because of the coronavirus pandemic?
However, 38% would not be comfortable going to Angel of the Winds Arena at 50% capacity.