Hello Shawn, Seahawks starting great this year, Russell is leading the pack. I was a Washington resident until two years ago and went to the very first Seahawk game at the original old Kingdome stadium. The difference was I went to the game with the opposing team's owner, you say what! My self and my band, the Dave bunker Show, for many years when not entertaining in places like Vegas and other great paying nightspots, used to work at the, I believe it was called the town and country club on the fourth floor of the Edgewater Hotel in Seattle. This is where many of the visiting sports club owners stayed because it was close to the King Dome, where the first Seahawk game was to be played the next morning. That was in 1976. That evening before this first Seahawk game, we were playing for one of the probably wildest bunch of guests I can remember. A few were ladies of the night, some were coaches, others were people just like me who enjoyed a little shot or three with friends. After my first set on stage a man from this wild table in the back of the room, probably around 30 plus people, walked up to the stage and asked us if anyone wanted to join them. Little did I know was that he was the owner of the St Louis Rams football team. His name was Bill Bidwell. I and two of my bandmember joined them for the break. After a few introductions and my screwdriver arrived, and because I started drinking it through a straw, he reached over the lady between us and knocked it out of my hand and soiled several of the ladies at the table. His next very load statement was; "Real Men don't drink out of straws". Our conversations had begun. Shortly thereafter he asked if any of us wanted to go to the Seahawks game in the morning. He stated that he had three busses and game tickets for everyone who wished to go with him and that the busses would be parked in from of the hotel in the morning. WOW, what a gift, Three of us gladly took him up on his offer. Mr. Bidwell didn't sit in a box where most bigwigs did but had about 60 seats booked on about the 50-yard line about 6 rows up, great seats. He also bought us every conceivable Seahawk item one could imagine, flags, banners, hats, etc, and said; I will be rooting for your team, because mine is so bad, and it's their first game. Unfortunately, they beat us, but we all had a good time going to the very first Seahawk game for the Seahawks, with the owner of the opposing team. It was a night and day to remember!