Friday Rewind: 12th Man ready for the Giants
Nov 5, 2010, 4:43 PM | Updated: Apr 4, 2011, 7:47 pm
The New York Gaints are all-too-familiar with playing in the friendly confines of Qwest Field.
In one of the most fabled games in Seahawks history, Giants kicker Jay Feely missed three consecutive would be game-winning field goals in the fourth quarter and overtime, as the Seahawks took control of the NFC in their Super Bowl season of 2005.
The 12th Man was given a game ball by head coach Mike Holmgren, after helping force 11 false start penalties against the Giants. Which gave Qwest Field the reputation as being one of the toughest places to play in all of sports.
Bob Papa, voice of the New York Giants, reminisced about that infamous game in 2005, and gave insight to how the team is preparing for the 12th Man this time around.
ESPN senior NFL analyst John Clayton, previewed how the Seahawks will adjust the gameplan for backup Charlie Whitehurst heading into their game with the Giants on Sunday.
Matt Johnson, host of Sounders FC weekly, previewed whether or not the team will be able to stave off elimination against the Los Angeles Galaxy this Sunday, in the second leg of the MLS Cup Playoffs.
Todd Milles of the Tacoma News-Tribune previewed how backup quarterback Keith Price will fare at Autzen Stadium against the top-ranked Oregon Ducks this Saturday.
WSU blogger for MyNorthwest.com, Bert Klasey talked about whether or not the Cougars will pull the upset against the California Golden Bears in Pullman.
Holly Cain, NASCAR writer for AOL Fanhouse, previewed this weekend’s Sprint Cup race in Martinsville.
Comedian Mitch Fatel tested some of his material before performing at The Parlor in Bellevue on Friday night.
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