The Seahawks advanced to the NFC Championship! We all know that but here’s what you need to know about last week’s game, the upcoming game, and what YOU can do about all of it.
Saturday 10 Playoffs game Carolina Panthers VS Seattle Seahawks
Last week’s game was, to say the least, what us 12s live for. While the Panthers had more rushing yards (132-100), more first downs (21-16), and plays (68-52) than our beloved Seahawks, the Seahawks won their 8th straight post season home game.
The highlight of the game was: Kam Chancellor’s 90-yard pick-six, which is tied for the 5th-longest in NFL postseason history and is the longest since James Harrison in SB XLIII.
Sunday 18 NFC Championship game Green Bay Packer vs Seattle Seahawks
The Seattle Seahawks are favored to win the NFC Championship against the Green Bay Packers, according to Seattle Pi’s Nick Eaton. Not only that, but they are also favored to return to the Super Bowl.
And while the Seahawks have already defeated the Packers in Week 1, CBS Sports says these are two different teams today.
Regardless, we are hopeful because we have seen our Seahawks grow week after week and it has led them here: fighting for the NFC Championship title.
If you are as excited as we are about this game, then you must need tickets. And for those of us who were not able to line up on Tuesday to purchase tickets at CenturyLink Field, make sure you purchase tickets at the Official Ticket Exchange of the NFL to ensure the tickets are verified. Nothing worse than getting to the game and finding your tickets are no good.
Still don’t have tickets to Sunday’s game? The Puget Sound Business Journal says you should make friends with someone who lives at Stadium Place, and we agree! Stadium Place decks and apartments have the best view of the game in town! And we should be able to hear the Alice in Chains halftime concert too!
If you aren’t able to make it to the game, but you still want in on the fun, then we can recommend two great game-day bars that can still get you close to the action. There’s a catch though, be sure to get here bright and early so you can get a good spot!