Blue Friday

31 Jan

Here’s how some Seattle fans prepare for Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup.

Boeing commissioned a “12th Man” aircraft – a 747-8 freighter.


The test flight for the aircraft was done in a “12” pattern. Pretty creative!

Marshawn Lynch got a sweet deal with the endorsement contract he signed with Skittles, his “power pellets.” They even released a Seattle version with only blue and green candies.


Forbes has an interesting article, “Super Bowl Quarterback Face-Off: Who Has The Leadership Advantage?” where they interviewed former NFL quarterback, Tom Flick.

A New Jersey artist turned his front yard into a Super Bowl snow sculpture.

SuperBowl snow castle

The Seattle Times has a creative graphic for their Super Bowl edition.

Attack force

And if that is not enough to get you ready, there’s a great feel good story about Derrick Coleman, the first legally deaf NFL offensive player, “Derrick Coleman surprises hearing-impaired fans with Super Bowl tickets.”

Let the game begin. Go Hawks. 12th Man in MA.

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Posted by on January 31, 2014 in NFL, Seattle Seahawks


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