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Odds to Win Super Bowl 50 Analysis by Mybookie.ag

March 2nd, 2015 at 4:00 AM
By Sports Media 101

You have to admit, it was a pretty great Super Bowl was it not? What an intense finish, as we all saw the New England Patriots win the whole thing in the blink of an eye, crushing the hopes of the Seattle Seahawks bid for a back-to-back championship run. An ending like that makes you want to fast-forward to next year to relive that type of excitement. So who do the sports betting gods have as next year’s crowned champions? Let’s take a peek at what’s in store, shall we? Get the sportsbetting lines for Super Bowl 50 here.

Well, it is a given that the Patriots and the Seahawks are in line to present a fraction of the expected recipients for next year’s contest. We will take a look at them and four others as the greatest contenders for Super Bowl 50:

5. Indianapolis Colts 14/1 odds

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The Seattle Seahawks and Princess Cruises to “Sail with the 12s” This June

February 26th, 2015 at 6:16 PM
By Rich Monroe

The Seattle Seahawks have partnered with Princess Cruises on “Sail with the 12s – A Seahawks Fan Cruise,” the club announced today. The seven-night Alaska cruise will take place over Father’s Day, departing Seattle on June 20.

The cruise to Alaska will feature spectacular glaciers, abundant wildlife and stops in Juneau, Skagway, Tracy Arm Fjord, Ketchikan, and Victoria B.C. Guests will enjoy:

  • Seahawks “Rally at Sea”
  • Appearances by Blitz the Mascot and the Sea Gals
  • On-deck Tailgate Party with game-day inspired food
  • Football-inspired movie nights on the giant Movies Under the Stars poolside LED screen
  • “Spirit of the 12s” contests
  • Seahawks trivia contests
  • Chances to win signed merchandise and tickets to regular season home games
  • Many more surprises to be announced

Fares for this most sought after fan cruise start at $1,099 for interior cabins. All cruise prices are per person, based on double occupancy, and subject to availability.

Additional information about the “Sail with the 12s” cruise can be found at princess.com/Seahawks.

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Seattle Seahawks Announce Toyota Fan Deck Expansion at CenturyLink Field

February 23rd, 2015 at 6:18 PM
By Rich Monroe

New Section adds 1,000 Additional Seats, Open Viewing and Gathering Area.

The Seattle Seahawks are currently constructing the Toyota Fan Deck, which will add 1,000 padded seats to the south upper concourse at CenturyLink Field, the club announced today. The Toyota Fan Deck will include two new seating sections and will be completed in time for the 2015 preseason. The expansion project will be privately funded by the Seahawks.

“The Toyota Fan Deck will give the 12s an enhanced game day experience while allowing us to accommodate some of the growing demand for tickets,” said Seahawks President Peter McLoughlin. “Toyota has been a great partner of the Seahawks since 2006. With their renewed commitment, together we can create this new seating area for the benefit of our amazing Seahawks fans.”

Ticket holders in the new seating sections will have exclusive access to the Toyota Fan Deck, a partially covered open air viewing and gathering area. The exclusive deck will feature a club-like atmosphere with multiple televisions, 8-Ft long fireplace, views of the playing field, as well as food and beverage stands. The Toyota Fan Deck will also feature an enhanced 12 Flag raising experience on the roof of a new 12 Flag Pavilion.

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Seattle Seahawks Offer Marshawn Lynch Multi-Year Extension Worth an Estimated $21 Million Dollars

February 21st, 2015 at 2:10 PM
By Rich Monroe

Seattle Seahawks’ general manager John Schneider and Marshawn Lynch’s agent Doug Hendrickson, met yesterday in Indianapolis after the day’s NFL Scouting Combine activities ended, to hammer out details on ways to keep the 28–year old running back on the team for another two or three years.

Yahoo Sports Rand Getlin reported today that the deal would pay Lynch between $11 or $12 million this season and $9 million next season, which could draw out to a three year deal.

Lynch is set to earn a $5 million base plus a $2 roster bonus this season. Additionally, he’s already collected the prorated $1.5 million portion of last years signing bonus, so under his current contract Seattle would absorb an $8.5 million hit towards the teams 2015 salary cap.

Schneider’s offer is tremendously fair and throws Lynch plenty of respect. Most likely, the $21 million would include a large front–loaded signing bonus, that would be spread out over the two or three years, bringing Lynch’s overall cap hit down this season by $1–2 million.

It’s unknown whether or not Lynch will accept the offer because it’s speculated that he may wish to retire after eight seasons in the league.

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Fans Questioning the Character of Seattle Seahawks’ Doug Baldwin, Should Give Him a Pass

February 19th, 2015 at 4:56 PM
By Rich Monroe

With 5-minutes to go in the third quarter and the Seattle Seahawks leading the New England Patriots 17-14 in Super Bowl XLIX, Seattle was threatening once again on the New England 3-yard line. On 2nd-and-goal, wide receiver Doug Baldwin ran a crossing route over the middle of the endzone, scraping defending cornerback Darrelle Revis off the Back Judge, resulting in a wide open, touchdown reception.

Baldwin confidently tossed the ball forward, motioned for fellow receiver Jermaine Kearse to join him, and proceeded to perform a “football dump” celebration. As Baldwin mimed the act of pulling down his drawers over the ball, NBC technical director John Howard spontaneously switched away to a sideline closeup of dejected New England quarterback, Tom Brady.

NBC announcers Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth were uncharacteristically silent, even though a flag was thrown and the Seahawks were penalized 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct on the ensuing kickoff.

The television audience never saw a replay of Baldwin’s routine. The touchdown occurred, NBC cut away, and the network was as speechless as if someone had abruptly passed gas at a wedding ceremony.

The Super Bowl continued and Seattle lost 28-24.

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