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What Sports City Is Most Miserable?

What sports city is the most miserable? Atlanta, Cleveland, Buffalo, Seattle? Lucky for us, Forbes magazine devised a formula to determine the title holder for sheer misery.

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Cable Heads To Seattle

Former Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable has been hired by the Seattle Seahawks, as assistant head coach/offensive line coach. Steve Corkran, of the Mercury News, has the story, below.

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Bears Maul Seahawks, 35-24

The Chicago Bears captured an easy, 35-24, NFC Divisional NFL playoff victory, on Sunday, over the Seattle Seahawks. The Associated Press, courtesy of espn.com, has the story, below.

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Seahawks/Bears Preview

The Seattle Seahawks will square off with the Chicago Bears, on Sunday, in an NFC Divisional playoff contest. Espn.com has a preview, below.

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Seahawks Win Over Saints Was No Fluke

Last weekend, the Seattle Seahawks, double-digit undogs, eliminated the New Orleans Saints from the NFL playoffs. Jeff Duncan, of the Times-Picayune, says the upset win was no fluke, below.

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Off-Season Needs For Saints

The 2010 season for the New Orleans Saints ended sooner than many expected yesterday when the Seahawks stunned New Orleans in the Emerald City 41-36. Now, looking forward, what do the Saints need to focus on this off-season? Bob Marshall of the Times Picayune has some ideas.

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Five Thoughts On Saints’ Loss

The New Orleans Saints were eliminated from the NFC playoffs, on Saturday, after falling to the Seattle Seahawks, 41-36, in Seattle, Washington. Guerry Smith, of the New Orleans Sports Examiner, has five thoughts on the stunning loss, below.

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Seahawks Were On A Mission

The Seattle Seahawks looked to be a team on a mission, in their 41-36, NFC playoff victory, over the New Orleans Saints, on Saturday. Jeff Duncan, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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Defense Lets Down Saints

The defense let down the New Orleans Saints, in their 41-36 loss, to the Seattle Seahawks, on Saturday, in an NFC wild-card round playoff games. Peter Finney, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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Seahawks Stun Saints

A 10.5 point underdog at home in the playoffs. The first 7-9 team to win their division. The first team to have a losing record and play in the playoffs. These are all facts about the Seattle Seahawks. Saturday afternoon, none of them mattered. They put up 41 points on the number 4 defense in the NFL and knock the Saints out of the postseason by the score of 41-36.

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