Fantasy football forecast – Seattle Seahawks Week 8 NFL Predictions

Can the D show up for this one please?!

NWSB Fantasy Football Insider and part time Seahawks blogger Dave B. is back and better than ever with his Week 8 NFL fantasy football forecast for the Seattle Seahawks vs. Detroit Lions. Dave says start the Seahawks defensive unit, again. A team like the Lions who have been struggling should be a good bet for the Hawks D. Sit Sidney Rice, Golden Tate, Zach Miller, and Russell Wilson.

Detroit Tigers vs. Mariners: MLB Baseball love ‘em & hate ‘em Game 2

Kyle Seager, Seattle Mariners

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Jonathan Irwin reports on the second M’s game of the series versus the Detroit Tigers. Kyle Seager kept his hot streak alive while Kevin Millwood kept his cold streak ice cold. The Mariners couldn’t jump on Verlander early enough to give themselves a chance to comeback in this one.

Game 61 Canucks Vs. Red Wings: Oh the Sites We Can See (Part Deux)

Canucks Red Wings Tour Company

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks writer Josh Hall takes on the role of tour guide in Detroit as the Canucks prepare to try and stop the streak the Detroit Red Wings have going. Will Ryan Kesler invite everyone to his home in Livonia? What connection do Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin have with the Henry Ford Museum? Are there some good eats to be found for Dale Weise to critique?

GAME 51: The Red Wings vs. Canucks Date We Should Appreciate

Detroit vs. Vancouver Keys To The Game

Josh Hall one of our Vancouver Canucks bloggers is back with his Thursday Detroit Red Wings vs. Canucks matchup preview. Tonight at 7:00 p.m. PT, on Rogers Sportsnet. We’re hearing Roberto Luongo will get the start against D-town tonight. The President’s Trophy is up for grabs. Daniel Sedin, Ryan Kesler, Henrik Sedin, Alex Burrows, Alex Edler, and Kevin Bieksa better bring their A-games to Rogers.

Seahawks’ 2005 Super Bowl Run

Mike Holmgren's Seahawks Win 2005 NFC Championship

In another installment of our Great Northwest sports moments Matt Larkin weighs in with his take on the 2005 Super bowl XL run by the Seattle Seahawks. Who will be the next great Seahawk to get them back in a Super Bowl?

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