Relive four of the greatest moments in Seahawks football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2011 NFC Wild Card Round vs New Orleans - Beast Quake
2006 NFC Championship vs Carolina - First NFC Championship
1983 AFC Divisional Playoff vs Miami - Cinderella Seahawks
2014 Super Bowl XLVIII vs Denver - First Championship
These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2011 NFC Wild Card Round
Seahawks vs New Orleans
41 - 36
8 January, 2011
With under 4 minutes to go in the 2011 NFC Wild Card game the Seahawks were holding on to a 4 point lead and needed to run out the clock. Pete Carroll called for the "17 Power," and the rest is history. Marshawn Lynch went into Beast Mode, broke 9 tackles and scored an amazing 67 yd touchdown.
2006 NFC Championship
First NFC Championship
Seahawks vs Carolina
34 - 14
22 January, 2006
Shaun Alexander was the 2006 NFL MVP and the MVP of the NFC Championship game that took the Seahawks to their first Super Bowl. He had 34 carries for 132 yards and 2 touchdowns. His first touchdown came after a superb 15 yard run where he made 2 defenders miss.
1983 AFC Divisional Playoff
Seahawks vs Miami
27 - 20
31 December, 1983
Considered one of the greatest upsets in NFL history, the Seahawks took down the defending AFC Champs. With under 4 minutes to go the Seahawks were down 3. Dave Krieg put together a last ditch drive, throwing two passes to Steve Largent and then handing off to Curt Warner for a 2 yard TD run.
2014 Super Bowl XLVIII
Seahawks vs Denver
43 - 8
2 February, 2014
The Seahawks routed the Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII and had a number of big plays including a safety to start the game and a 69 yard interception return in the second. But it was Percy Harvin's 87 yard kickoff return to start the second half that iced it, proving that Seattle was the NFL champion.