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Quick & effortless accessibility to your most visited web sites like Google, Facebook, Tumblr Pinterest, and many more. If you want you can even customize your very own easy access sites. If you wish to remove this app, it's not a problem. Click on your application icon, look for the app, and remove it. It does not access your private data. Chrome shows the warning for all extensions that access browser tabs even if they do not access any private data. Enjoying this application? Please rate it. The Seattle Seahawks are a professional American football team based in Seattle, Washington. They compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the league's National Football Conference (NFC) West division. Seahawks fans have been referred to collectively as the "12th Man", "12th Fan", or "12s". The team's fans have twice set the Guinness World Record for the loudest crowd noise at a sporting event, first registering 136.6 decibels during a game against the San Francisco 49ers in September 2013, and later during a Monday Night Football game against the New Orleans Saints a few months later, with a then record-setting 137.6 dB. The Seahawks are the only NFL franchise based in the Pacific Northwest region of North America, and thus attract support from a wide geographical area, including some parts of Oregon, Montana, Idaho, and Alaska, as well as Canadian fans in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. Steve Largent, Cortez Kennedy, Walter Jones, and Kenny Easley have been voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame primarily or wholly for their accomplishments as Seahawks. In addition to them, Dave Brown, Jacob Green, Dave Krieg, Curt Warner, and Jim Zorn have been inducted into the Seahawks Ring of Honor along with Pete Gross (radio announcer) and Chuck Knox (head coach). The Seahawks have won 10 division titles and three conference championships, and are the only team to have played in both the AFC and NFC Championship Games. They have appeared in three Super Bowls: losing 21–10 to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XL, defeating the Denver Broncos 43–8 for their first championship in Super Bowl XLVIII and losing 28–24 to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX. The 2016 season was the Seattle Seahawks' 41st in the National Football League and they're seventh under head coach Pete Carroll. On October 23, the team played the Arizona Cardinals in a game that ended in a 6–6 tie, the Seahawks' first tie in franchise history. With their win against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 15, the Seahawks claimed their third NFC West title in the last four years. The Seahawks defeated the Detroit Lions in the Wild Card Round but lost to the eventual NFC champion Atlanta Falcons in the Divisional Round. Another highlight from this season includes head coach Pete Carroll's first return to Gillette Stadium on November 13 for the first time in 17 years. Carroll served as Patriots head coach from 1997–1999, the last before Bill Belichick's hiring in 2000. For the first time since trading for him in 2010, Marshawn Lynch did not play for the Seahawks as he retired in the offseason. Lynch would later come out of retirement to play for his hometown team Oakland Raiders before their relocation to Las Vegas before rejoining the Seahawks in December 2019. The 2017 season The Seahawks tried to improve their 10–5–1 record from 2016. However, it did not happen because of injuries to key defensive players and poor offensive performances. After the Falcons Week 17 win over the Panthers, they were eliminated from playoff contention for the first time since 2011. They also failed to achieve a 10-win season for the first time since that same season. During the season, Russell Wilson broke Eli Manning's NFL record for most 4th quarter touchdowns in a single season with 18; the previous record was 15. Wilson also led the NFL in touchdown passes with 34. This was Russell Wilson's first (and, as of 2019, only) season not making the playoffs. This was also the final season of the original Legion of Boom playing together, as well as the 21st and last full season under the ownership of Paul Allen, who died during the 2018 season. The 2018 season was the Seattle Seahawks' 43rd in the National Football League and they're ninth under head coach Pete Carroll. The Seahawks improved on their 9–7 record from the 2017 season, finishing 10–6, the sixth time in seven years that they recorded at least ten wins in a season. They also played in London for the first time in franchise history, defeating the Oakland Raiders 27–3 in Week 6. With a win over the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 16, the Seahawks returned to the playoffs; their seventh appearance in the nine seasons under Carroll. However, the Seahawks suffered their first one-and-done postseason campaign since 2004, as they fell to the Dallas Cowboys in the Wild Card round 22–24. This was the first season since 2011 that the team did not feature the original Legion of Boom defensive unit and did not have Richard Sherman on the roster, as he was released on March 9 and signed with division rival San Francisco 49ers. Michael Bennett, another longtime Seahawk, was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles on March 7, 2018. His fellow defensive lineman Cliff Avril was released by the team on May 4. It was also the first season since 2009 that Kam Chancellor was not on the roster; he announced his retirement on July 1 due to the neck injury he sustained in week 10 of the previous season. Tight ends Jimmy Graham and Luke Willson, wide receiver Paul Richardson, and running back Thomas Rawls all departed in free agency as well. On August 20, 2018, longtime Seahawks punter Jon Ryan was released from the team. He was the last remaining player from the team before coach Pete Carroll took over in 2010. With his release, the Seahawks shifted the punting duties to their fifth-round rookie Michael Dickson, who went on to make the Pro Bowl and was named First-team All-Pro. The 2019 season was the Seattle Seahawks' 44th in the National Football League and their 10th under head coach Pete Carroll. It marked their first full season since 1996 without the ownership of the late Paul Allen, who died during the 2018 season. For the first time since 2009, Earl Thomas did not play for the Seahawks as he signed with the Baltimore Ravens via free agency during the offseason. Thomas was the last remaining original member of the Legion of Boom defensive secondary. This is also the first time since 2010 without wide receiver Doug Baldwin, as he was released from the team after a failed physical designation along with strong safety Kam Chancellor. Baldwin announced his retirement three days later. After starting the season with a 10–2 record, they collapsed to a 1–3 finish in the final four games. With a Week 15 win over the Carolina Panthers, the Seahawks improved on their 10–6 record from the previous season. A loss by the Los Angeles Rams Rams later that day clinched the Seahawks their seventh playoff appearance in the last eight seasons. In the playoffs, the Seahawks defeated the NFC East champion Philadelphia Eagles 17–9 in the Wild Card round but lost 28–23 to the Green Bay Packers in the Divisional round.