While Marshawn Lynch Was Scoring His Touchdown, Seahawks’ ’12th Man’ Was Busy Creating A Seismic Tremor

Seattle's 12th Man

Well that’s according to Seattle’s Q13 FOX News.

The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network recorded a small tremor at exactly 4:43 p.m. Saturday afternoon from an old monitoring system near where the Kingdome used to stand.

That time is almost exactly when Lynch broke what turned out to be the game-deciding touchdown run in the 4th quarter, sealing the improbably win by the Seahawks.

And while Qwest Field is famous nationwide for it’s crowd noise, PNSN scientists think their readings show that was the first recorded 12th man tremor, ever.

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  1. I was at that game, it was insane.

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