Yes, I quoted Samuel L. Jackson from “Pulp Fiction.” The Seahawks pulled off a big move on Monday morning by acquiring receiver/returned Percy Harvin from the Vikings. In return, the Vikings received two draft choices in 2013 (including a first-round selection) and one pick in 2014. Harvin had long been rumored to be on the […]

As we begin a new week of writing and ranting in the Dome, we have to stop an exhale. Following a terrible, miserable and, at times, unwatchable Wild Card round, fans, fantasy owners and football-watchers were treated to four fantastic games. A number of water cooler topics spawned out of the games. Here are some […]

Harmon’s back for another round of yelling. He looks at the Andrew Luck decision, Jim Harbaugh’s future and the coaching carousel. Thursday F15

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On Thursday morning, I estimated that, as I saw it, there was a 99.8% chance that Andrew Luck would choose to ply his trade in the NFL next season. By Thursday afternoon, I was glad that I’d left that 0.2% possibility of him opting to remain in college for another season. Word came down Thursday […]

On Tuesday afternoon, the rampant speculation about the future of Tom Cable came to an end. The Raiders announced that they would not pick up the option on his contract for 2011. Cable led the Raiders to an 8-8 record in 2010, the first time that the team hadn’t recorded double-digit losses since 2002. Seriously, […]

I fired up the microphone to ramble about the good, bad and ugly. First up, the brilliance of Andrew Luck and what he should do (leave for the NFL) following Monday’s huge effort against the Hokies. What about Harbaugh? What about the other coaches out there? Let’s get it on. F15: Luck, Harbaugh and more

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In what may be (should be) his final game as a collegiate athlete, Andrew Luck directed the Stanford Cardinal to a resounding 40-12 win over Virginia Tech. Frank Beamer’s vaunted defense was no match for Jim Harbaugh’s (49ers?) offense, as Luck capped off a fantastic season with a 284-yard, four-touchdown performance. He threw one interception, […]