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  • 02:02

    Fumbled Away: Did the Refs Screw the Lions in Seattle?

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    Welcome to Dead End Sports...the place where sports opinions collide!!! Dead End Sports is weekly sports show that can be heard every Tuesday night from 9pm-11pm EST. We are the best sports talk show on the internet! We rarely agree!

    On this week's episode we'll talk about...Week  of the NFL season, Lions being robbed in Seattle, Kevin Durant vs Stephen A Smith, Louisville buying hookers, MLB playoff predictions, college football...and much more!

    WATCH and SUBSCRIBE to our youtube channel (www.youtube.com/deadendsports). Check out our website deadendsports.com . Follow the show on twitter: @deadendsports as well as the Dead End Sports crew...Feefo - @feefo247 , Beezy - @beezy430 , Ken - @kbinge , & 12kyle - @12kyle

    You can listen online (www.blogtalkradio.com/deadendsports) or via phone (646)478-0356. Press #1 if you want to speak to the host

  • 01:03

    From The Touchline in Seattle

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    What a week it has been. United destroyed by Arsenal, Chelsea on the verge of the relegation zone, Klopp to the Kop, Ireland defeats Germany, and what a shocker....Lewandowski scores 2 for Poland and FIFA is in the headlines again with Sepp Blatter facing a suspension. Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen cover it all this week on From The Touchline in Seattle. From the Premier League to European Championship qualifying, to the newest coach at Liverpool, and the US v Mexico clash in LA on Saturday. We have it all here along with the latest on the MLS playoff race you can catch Stauber's Bottom 3 of the week and Heinzo's World XI. Don't miss it Friday at 9am PST, noon EST!

  • 00:12

    Third & Short: Dayna O'Gorman - Seattle Seahawks

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    Host Wanda Wiedman discusses injuries around the NFL and the Seattle Seahawks with NFLFemale OFR Dayna O'Gorman.

    Seattle Seahawks lose in OT against the St. Louis Rams in a nail-biter ending. We discuss the absence of Kam Chancellor and if it has any factor to the loss.

    Losing momentum at first but then Seahawks take control of the 4th quarter scoring 18 unanswered points against the Rams.

    But with 53 seconds left and the game tied, it was safety Dion Bailey who tripped and missed the tackle opportunity for a Nick Foles pass to Lance Kenricks 37-yds into the endzone for a touchdown.

  • 01:28

    Hablando del Festival de cine latino en Seattle- Hogar verde Hogar- Y mas

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    Bienvenidos a Conexión Contigo el primer programa de radio completamente por Internet y en español en el Estado de Washington, este programa es Unico, Diferente, Educativo, Informativo,Divertido y Dinámico.

    Lunes,Martes y Miercoles  a partir de las 3:00 de la tarde.

    - Efemérides.

    - Dr. Roberto Dansie nos habla de " el poder interior"  como aplicarlo en el vivir y convivir en nuestra vida, en las realciones en la felicidad.

    -Hoy hablamos del Festival de Cine Latino en Seattle, WA.con el fundador de esta organizacion Jorge Enrique y lo que ha pasado en el cine con un contenido educativo. por estos 7 anios.

    - Hogar Verde Hogar con Isabel Carrera Zamanillo, hoy nos comparte la informacion sobre " Los residuos de la jardineria"

    - Comentarios y mas.

    Gracias por su sintonia, cada vez somos mas los que nos escuchamos !

    Lupita Zamora

    Productora y Conductora




  • Pulse of the Pack: Slaying Seattle

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    The Green Bay Packers finally got the monkey off their back and dispatched the Seattle Seahawks.  Jacob and Jason talk about what the Packers did this time that finally got them the "W".  The Packers are moving on to another prime-time matchup at Lambeau Field this coming Monday night when they host the Kansas City Chiefs.  Can the Packers' home streak continue and what should we watch for against former Packers assistant coach and Chiefs head coach Andy Reid?  Check out this latest installment of Pulse of the Pack for all of your latest Packers analysis and updates.

    Pulse of the Pack is your weekly stop for what's new with the Green Bay Packers. Jacob Westendorf of Today's Pigskin and Jason Perone of CheeseheadTV bring "Pulse" to the Packers Talk Network. Be sure to follow the guys on Twitter at @JacobWestendorf and @JasonPerone.

  • 00:33

    Green Bay Packers stuff Seattle Seahawks; move to 2-0

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    The Seattle Seahawks had won three straight games but all of those wins were in Seattle. The venue on Sunday night was Lambeau Field, were the Seahawks have only won one time, in 1999. The Packers relied on key backups to come away with a 27-17 victory.  

    Eddie Lacy left the game, in the first quarter, with an ankle injury. James Starks took the ball 20 times and finished with 95 yards rushing.  The offensive line was missing Bryan Buluga, who had knee surgery on Saturday. Don Barclay made his first start since the 2013 playoffs and the offensive line provided protection and running lanes.  Aaron Rodgers was only sacked twice, and the Packers finished with 127 yards rushing. 

    Nate Palmer replaced the injured Sam Barrington at middle linebacker. The Packers defense held Marshawn Lynch to 41 yards on 15 carries, and could not get untracked.  The Packers were making initial contact in the backfield and gang tackling the powerful running back.  Russell Wilson lead the Seahawks in rushing with 71 yards, as the Packers struggled against the read option.  

    Two fourth quarter turnovers sealed the victory.  Special teams player Jayrone Elliott ceased his moment.  Elliott made a one handed interception on a pass inteded for Marshawn Lynch. The turnover led to a Mason Crosby field goal, and a 10 point lead.  As the Seahawks made one last surge, Elliott came up big again. He punched the ball out of Fred Jacksons grasp, and Micah Hyde recovered, with 22 seoconds left.





  • 00:32

    Green Bay Packers vs. Seattle Seahawks game preview

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    In week one, the Green Bay Packers recovered an onside kick to secure the win against the Chicago Bears.  A sigh of relief came over Packer fans, because the last year in the NFC Championship Game, a poorly executed onside kick was the final straw, in a Seattle Seahawk comeback.  

    The last time the Packers and Seahawks met was in the NFC Championship Game, and the Packers controlled most of the game.  Depending on what team you cheer for, it was either an epic meltdown or a great comeback.  In either case, the Seahawks won the game and advanced to the Super Bowl.

    It is now 2015, and a new season.  The Packers still boost a high powered offense, while the Seahawks are now dealing with the effects of success.  The have lost some players via free agency, and their top offensive lineman in Max Unger, to trade.  One player that will not be on the field, Cam Chancellor.  He is a Seahawk, but has been holding out for a new contract.  His presence is missed on the field, and the defense struggled at times against the St. Louis Rams. The Rams beat the Seahawks, in overtime and were aided by a special teams touchdown.  

    The St. Louis Rams are still trying to figure out their running game, but they attacked areas that may have been filled by Chancellor.  Jared Cook, the Rams tight end, led the team with five catches for 85 yards and a touchdown. Would Chancellor have made a difference?  The Green Bay Packers have a serviceable tight end in Richard Rodgers and might be able to exploit the middle of the field. Eddie Lacy may not average five yards per carry, but can churn out some tough yards.

    Jimmy Graham was the biggest addition, and even though he scored a touchdown, he was not a huge factor.  That could change against a Packers defense that has struggled defending tight ends.  Sam Barrington is out for the year, so how will the Packers defend Graham?

  • 01:04

    Eagles Fly High, Seattle and Indy break their slow start: NFL Week 3

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    We are joined by Roxy, NFLFemale's OFR for the Eagles, and David Malandra, writer for http://Phillysocial.com  @PhillySoc, to talk about Chip Kelly and his Eagles. Their slow start and huge win over the NY Jets. Then Floyd from The Ball Street Journal joins Lisa, Dayna, and Michelle to break down the big games of week 3, who we thought stood out, who turned their season around, and which games we are looking forward to in Week 4.  Join us!

  • From The Touchline in Seattle

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    What a week it's been in the world of soccer and Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen are back to cover it all. We've got everything you need to know on the Champions League, including a Manchester United win over Wolfsburg and embarrassing defeats for Chelsea and Arsenal. Speaking of embarrassing, Liverpool could barely muster a draw against Swiss side Sion at Anfield ahead of their massive Mersyside Derby on Sunday, which could likely be Brendan Rodgers last match in charge of the Reds. Also on Sunday in the Premier League we have United visiting Arsenal at the Emirates in a game that could put Arsene Wenger's future further in doubt. The MLS playoff race is as muttled and unpredictable as ever and another weekend of important games will hopefully clear things up a bit. After missing last week's edition, Staubs is back with the Bottom 3 and Heinzo's World XI surely won't disappoint, and don't miss as the boys bring back the 2-touch segment. It's all here at 9am PST, Noon EST.

  • 00:59

    From The Touchline in Seattle

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    Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen are back on From the Touchline in Seattle. After a summer of travel, the boys are back to give you everything you need from the Premier League, to the MLS, to the Champions League (both UEFA and CONCACAF). We'll talk transfers, with Chelsea hi-jacking Pedro from Manchester United and City grabbing Otamendi, and two weeks into the Premier League season we'll give you our thoughts on how the season looks so far. MLS? We've got it. Gerrard, Dos Santos, Pirlo, Lampard, David Villa, Kaka. All in the MLS. We'll talk about all of these guys and more as we head into the first episode of the new season. Don't miss us today at 9am PST, noon EST.

  • Not all 0-2 is created equal: Baltimore Ravens, Seattle Seahawks, New York Giant

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    Tonight we are joined by NFLFemale's OFR for the New York Giants, Marquita Quinones to talk about the Giants, Eli Manning's contract extension, and the crazy NFC East. We'll also be joined by Turron Davenport, Ravens reporter for the Baltimore Times, to talk about the Ravens rough start and how they make up for the absence of Suggs. We will also cover the 0-2 and 2-0 teams, as not all are created equal. This plus the hot topics of the week!