The 2013 Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl.They also played like shit for an entire game and came away with a pretty big win. In Saint Louis Duane Brown Jersey , home of the Los Angeles Rams. Moment 9 on our 10-1 countdown to the Week 5 showdown is that game’s last next-to-last play. (By the way, you’re trapped in a daily series that runs until Week 5’s showdown in Seattle between the Rams and Seahawks.)I especially like this moment because it features one of the Seahawks’ bit players from their SB runs. This guy: No! Not Percy Harvin. Number 55. Heath Farwell. He is easy to spot. He is the guy running faster than Harvin between the 40s. Because of course he is.Number 9: You Only Have To Go To The Farwell OnceWhen: October 28, 2013. Week 8.Game state: Seahawks 14, Rams 9. 0:27 remaining. Ball on SEA 1.What happens: What happens is, nothing for the Rams offense, as Farwell hits Daryl Richardson at the line of scrimmage and Earl Thomas (PAY HIM) cleans up behind. The film:Fun fact: Farwell played one defensive snap in this entire victory. The one above. That’s it. Look for him, because he’s only on the screen for a second: first to the ball, gets low, stops the RB, and for his troubles he is sat on by Earl Thomas. Which, not the worst result of any play.One snap. One tackle. One game-saving stop. If you’re reading, Heath (haha, who are we kidding, of course you are!), thank you for preserving this victory, and therefore home-field advantage in 2013. Without you, Heath, hell Cheap Shaquem Griffin Jersey , let’s say it: there is no Tip by Richard Sherman, no Super Bowl XLVIII Lombardi in the Seahawks’ trophy case. You made this. Thank you.Report: Dion Jordan activated off PUP list, will start the season on active roster Of all the moves the Seattle Seahawks will make on Saturday, it’s unlikely any will be more important than this one. After spending all of training camp and preseason on the PUP list, edge rusher Dion Jordan is reportedly being activated in time for the regular season. Jordan was placed on the PUP list following the first day of training camp, and although he was initially expected to miss just a couple weeks, his status quickly changed. Midway through August, Pete Carroll announced Seattle wouldn’t even be evaluating him until the end of the preseason, and that was the last update on Jordan’s health.Evidently, the evaluation of Jordan’s injury went well. His removal from the PUP list means he will be eligible to play as early as Week 1, though with a lingering lower body injury, the Seahawks may play it safe with Jordan. Regardless of when Jordan makes his debut, it will surely be earlier than the Week 8 debut he was facing, had he remained on the PUP list. In a limited sample size last season, Jordan was an excellent rotational player who contributed at a time when Seattle was without Cliff Avril. Although it may take a couple weeks, Jordan should end up starting for the Seahawks in 2018.