Mike Gastineau is a freelance writer, author, broadcaster, and communications consultant. Along with reading his bi-weekly column here at kzok.com, you can hear the Gas Man every Friday at 9am on the Danny Bonaduce and Sarah Morning Show.
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To me, it’s that simple. The NHL is INTO us. The NBA still wants to punish us for whatever it is they think we did wrong.
Mike Gastineau argues that the Seahawks organization, from Paul Allen to Pete Carroll to John Schneider to Neil deGrasse Tyson, is one of the best in the NFL.
For some fans, an afternoon imbibing with friends and bellowing “HAWKS” every time someone yells “SEA!” will be enough to momentarily push doubt out of their mind.
Despite injuries, tough losses and certain players not panning out, the Seahawks still have three things going for them.
From a competition aesthetic standpoint there is no logical reason for Thursday night NFL games to exist.
This is the one we’ll be talking about on New Year’s Eve when the regular season has ended.
Brown should do nothing but improve the protection situation for Russell Wilson.
From this day forward, Don James new statue will loom over the stadium as his spirit and legacy have loomed over the entire program.
Six games into the NFL season Seahawks fans have come to learn two primary characteristics about the 2017 version of the team.
It’s not that hard to build the argument that the Hawks could enter the December 3rd nationally televised night game at the Clink versus the Eagles with a pretty gaudy record.