Now get LOUD, they don't do it like that
Seattle hold it down, 12th Man where you at, huh?
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CenturyLink Field is one of the loudest stadiums in the world, basically tied with Arrowhead Stadium. Sports Illustrated even studied the science behind the noise at the arena!

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First time was '05, in crunch time we come alive 12 by Killa Key 3

The Seattle Seahawks only have 1 Superbowl appearance under their belt, which dates back to 2005. The Hawks played the Steelers in Superbowl XL 21-10.

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Legion of Boom, or you can just say L.O.B 12 by Killa Key 3

The Legion of Boom is the nickname of Seattle’s defense secondary line. The name is inspired by DC’s Legion of Doom. You can check out a comparison of the two legions in this article by Sporting News!

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We didn’t paint the Super Bowl logo on the practice field or anything like that. 10 Things I Learned After America Learned About Me by Richard Sherman

Probably a shot at the New Orleans Saints, who painted the Seahawks logo on their field in order to recreate the exact environment of the game… Only to lose 15 — 23 at CenturyLink.

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The NFL once allowed players to live in the moment and be entertainers. I may have been wrong in my gestures, but if I had to do it all again, I’d probably do some of the same things. 10 Things I Learned After America Learned About Me by Richard Sherman

BLAME IT ON THE U

Back in the 80s players were allowed to celebrate with all sort of dances and gestures. The Miami Hurricanes had such a big reputation for being thugs that teams were scared of them. The NCAA eventually banned all sort of threatening/intimidating celebrations because of them.

The NFL followed a similar path; the players aren’t allowed to celebrate in groups anymore and they have to keep their dances as “clean” as possible.

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Running in to each other at full speed is not what God intended for our bodies. 10 Things I Learned After America Learned About Me by Richard Sherman

Football is a sport in which you have to put your body on the line in every play, you have to be ready to absorb any kind of hit, legal or not.

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You’re anonymous until you put yourself out there or show up in a big game. I did both. 10 Things I Learned After America Learned About Me by Richard Sherman

Let’s say that forcing a pick in the last second of a NFC Championship game is a good way to show off. Add the Beats commerical and the postgame rant and you’re sure that people will recognize your face when they see you at the game.

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Every time a game ends on a controversial call or somebody loses it on camera, it’s free advertising for the NFL. 10 Things I Learned After America Learned About Me by Richard Sherman

There’s no such thing as bad publicity, right?

Sherman is completely right, his postgame rant was annotated on News Genius and is close to 10,000 views, ALL the media outlets have been talking about it and the fact that it’s Superbowl week certainly won’t make it go away.

People are still talking about last season’s ref and their bad calls, they won’t let go of Sherman’s words any time soon.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isaP2SxklBM

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How much does America love football? 10 Things I Learned After America Learned About Me by Richard Sherman

According to the latest ESPN survey, A LOT. The NFL is the most popular league in the USA and it has been for the last 30 years:

In 2014, 35 percent of fans call the NFL their favorite sport, followed by Major League Baseball (14 percent), college football (11 percent), auto racing (7 percent), the NBA (6 percent), the NHL (5 percent) and college basketball (3 percent).

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January 29th, 2014

Related: You can win a lot of bar bets asking what the fifth-most popular sport in america is. (Cut to entire NBA shaking head in disbelief.)

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Mirza Teletović: 34 points Numbers On The Board by Performance of the Day (Ft. Carmelo Anthony, Chandler Parsons, Mirza Teletović & NBA)

Remember the guy who almost got in a fight with LeBron, laughed at his face and trolled him on Twitter afterwards?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-dcFfogcoY

https://twitter.com/Teletovic33/statuses/421920903006789632

Yea, he put up 34 points in 27 minutes last night. Mirza Teletovic landed to the Brooklyn Nets in 2012 after playing pro for 10 years in Europe and is currently averaging a mere 9 points per game and 3 rebounds.

His performance last night helped the Nets getting a 107-106 win against the Mavs.

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