From the Publisher
"We were a struggling franchise, yet we had some very interesting talent.... We actually did exceedingly better than people anticipated us doing from year one."
--Seahawks wide receiver Steve Largent on the fledgling franchise in the late '70s
"Hasselbeck is a really fine quarterback and more athletic than people give him credit for. I think the fact that he's a bald, white guy makes people think he's not an athlete."
--Dave Wyman on quarterback Matt Hasselbeck
"Not a mean bone in his body, yet Tez destroyed anyone in his path during the 1992 season. He was the most dominant player in the NFL in the early 1990s. If they made a cartoon after his character, every child would love him. Tez proved nice guys can finish first."
--Paul Moyer on 1992 NFL Defensive Player of the Year Cortez Kennedy
"Brian Bosworth was a great guy. We almost instantly hit it off. But `the Boz' was another story. I think I was probably the worst person for him in that regard because I was totally intolerant of all that `Boz' crap."
--Dave Wyman on the two sides of Seahawks linebacker Brian Bosworth
About the Author
Paul Moyer is a TV and radio analyst and broadcaster for the Seattle Seahawks and a former safety and secondary coach for the team. Dave Wyman is a radio analyst and broadcaster for the Seattle Seahawks and a former NFL linebacker for the team. They both live in the Seattle area. Chris Cluff is a former sportswriter and editor at the Seattle Times and was a key figure in the publication's coverage of the Seahawks. He is the author of The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Seattle Seahawks.