December 16, 2012
Seahawks win laugher against Bills at Toronto's Rogers Centre
By John Kryk, QMI Agency
TORONTO - This was almost as gory as a Quentin Tarantino movie.
The Seattle Seahawks went all Kill-Bill on the sad-sack Buffalo players’ asses on Sunday at the Rogers Centre, slicing and dicing the ‘home’ team in a 50-17 evisceration. Gang-up style, if you will.
The score might even have been charitable.
Seattle dominated in every way imaginable – led by their rapidly improving, breathtakingly good, dual-edged rookie quarterback – Russell Wilson.
“When you put it all together (like that), it was a really cool football game across the board for us,” Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said.