Noise cited in Seahawks' game-ending ...

Noise cited in Seahawks' game-ending fumble

There are 3 comments on the NWCN.com story from Sep 17, 2007, titled Noise cited in Seahawks' game-ending fumble. In it, NWCN.com reports that:

“I was kind of in between handing the ball to Shaun or just holding on to it, and a guy sort of came through the middle of us, then the ball was on the ground.”

Not so long ago, no more than a few thousand fans would choose to broil in the searing heat of an Arizona Cardinals home game. via NWCN.com

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stanleb

London, Canada

#1 Sep 17, 2007
Noise? NFL stadiums do tend to be noisy, with the Hawks' home stadium being one of the noisiest. They should be used to noise. Holmgrim always seems to have an excuse for sucking.
Jeff

Anchorage, AK

#2 Sep 17, 2007
I just think that the Seahawks need to quit being so careless when it comes to the end of the game, if they do that they might not lose to one of the worst teams in the NFL
walt

Fresno, CA

#3 Sep 18, 2007
another Romo moment

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