Every home game is a big game for the 12th man. This game is even bigger. Tom Brady brings the NFL’s #1 offense into CenturyLink Field against our Seattle Seahawks and the league’s #1 defense. As fans we need to do our part to help the Seahawk defense stile the Patriots offense, and that means being the loudest we’ve been all year.
As members of the 12th man, we’ve heard all the accolades. We all know about the false starts we’ve caused. The accusations of “piping in noise” fuel us. The doubters only make us louder. It’s time to take our game to another level, and I know we can do it.
Earlier this week, Brady talked about trying to get us to boo our own team. That can’t happen. If the Seahawks stumble, we need to pick them up. And yes, I’m even referring to polarizing QB Russell Wilson. Even if he plays poorly, lets choose not to boo on game day. Any negativity can wait until after the final whistle. Lets not given the Patriots the satisfaction.
Brady also talked about silencing us by jumping out to a early lead. We have to make sure that doesn’t happen. We need to be as loud, or louder, if the Seahawks are down by 2 TDs. Lets choose to be the fans that can’t be silenced. Lets be the fans that never sit down. Lets be the exactly what we are.
We are the best, and loudest fans in the nation.
Sept 16, 2012; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks fans above the north end zone of CenturyLink Field unfurl a banner before kickoff against the Dallas Cowboys. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-US PRESSWIRE