The Seattle Seahawks have improved to 4-0 on the season after beating the Miami Dolphins 31-23 early Sunday.
But for the first time this season, the Seahawks actually heard real 12s voices in an NFL stadium.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions across the nation, the Seahawks took a strong initiative to not have fans in the stands for at least three games to start the season.
So far, at CenturyLink Field, it's just been recorded fan noise blasting through the stadium's speakers, which is not the same thing.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore was more than happy to actually hear some real 12s in the stands for the first time this season.
Even if it wasn’t at home in Seattle.
“It was lovely,” Moore said. “We always love to hear the 12s and the fact that they were in the stands today, it felt like it was normal a little bit. Just not as loud.”
Hard Rock Stadium is only allowing 13,000 fans into the stadium for safety concerns.
Out of 13,000, who knows how many Seahawks were there. But they sure did show out for their team on game day.
The Seahawks have not yet announced whether fans will be able to attend next Sunday's matchup with the Minnesota Vikings at CenturyLink Field.
"If conditions improve and it is determined that it is safe for fans to attend games under a limited capacity, the Seahawks will reach out to season ticket holders who have requested to continue receiving gameday details," the team said in a release in August.
Fans are an important part of the game of football. Although it has started out in a weird fashion, it’s great to see that the 12s that are in Miami were able to root on their team for the first time this year.
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