Hey Hawks fans, Russell Wilson here,
I’m blogging today on behalf of the Seahawks to tell the 12th man about some upcoming events at CenturyLink Field. If you love the Seahawks like I do come out and get some new ink before the November 23rd game against the Arizona Cardinals fans can get a Seahawks tattoo for only 20 dollars! There will be various designs for fans to choose from, and I might get one myself since I’m planning on being here for awhile. I will also be doing a Twitter takeover on the Saturday before the Cardinals game at 12pm, tweet to the Seahawks account with your questions and #Dangeruss. I’ll be answering questions on Twitter for an hour so be sure to join me @Seahawks on Saturday November 22nd from 12 to 1pm.
On Sunday December, 14th against our biggest division rival the 49ers, Guinness World Records will be at CenturyLink Field as you, our great fans try to re-break the Guinness World Record for loudest crowd roar. This is another chance for the 12th man to make history, so come out and be louder than ever and put Seattle back atop the record books! If we do break the world record fans will be given a discount on tickets at a future game which is only more incentive to get loud Hawks fans.
Sunday was a huge win against the Giants, moving us to 6-3 on the season. The defense played great and Marshawn went into absolute BEASTMODE scoring four touchdowns. I just want to thank the best fans in the league, the “12th man” who come out every home game and make Seattle the toughest place to play in the National Football League.
As we enter the second half of the season we need the support of the 12th man than ever as we try to bring another Super Bowl to Seattle. If we are going to Re-Pete in 2014 it will be because of the 12th man and the best of field advantage in football! Our final three home games are against all of the Hawks NFC West division rivals, and we need CenturyLink Field louder than ever as we make our playoff push!
This is not Russell Wilson and has not affiliation with the Seahawks, just a school project.