Millimeter to inches
the number of millimeters and divide by 25.4. You will then get a decimal which
can be converted to an inch.
12.3 millimeters is approximately 1/2 an inch. 12.3031 ÷ 25.4 = .48 or
48% of 1 inch.
Address: 11220 North East 53rd Street, Kirkland, WA 98033.
Stadium facts: capacity:
64,000 buy hundred 84; playing surface: Astro turf.
Record Game attendance:
64,411 vs. Denver, 15 December 1984.
Record margin of victory: 45
(45-0) vs. Kansas City, for November 1984.
Record margin of loss: 44
(51-7) vs. Dallas, 27 November 1980.
Team colors: blue, grain, and
Owner: Ken Behring.
Head coach: Chuck Knox.
Some Star Players: Dave Brown, Kenny Easley, Jacob green, Dave Krieg, Steve
Largent, Kurt Warner, Fredd Young, James Zorn.
Seattle was one of the two expansion
franchises (along with Tampa Bay) in 1976. The Seahawks were in the NFC West their
first year, before being transferred to the AFC West. Seattle achieved a winning
record (9-7) in only its third year in the NFL, but the Seahawks did not make
the playoffs until 1983, when they hired Chuck Knox as head coach. In their first
year, Knox guided his team to the AFC championship game, and the next year in
the Seahawks recorded their best record ever, 12-4. The Seahawks originally were
primarily a passing team, moving on the arm of quarterback Jim Zorn, but Knox
built a powerful ground attack spearheaded by running backs Curt Warner and John
L. Williams and supplemented by the passing of David Krieg.