Statue for Pete? Hell to the yes!

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I think the pose needs to have him chewing some gum as well, if that's even possible....the gum chewing just saids it all for some reason
Somewhere on Al Gore's innanets it was mentioned that there should be a gumball machine next to the Pete statue. I thought that was a pretty clever idea!
 

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Absolutely an iconic moment in Hawk history.

A bunch of iconic moments, then.

There's this one against the Cardinals
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There's this one from the end of the original "Beastquake" run.
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There's this one that put the Seahawks ahead by three late in the fourth quarter of the NFCCG against the Packers after the 2014 season
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I could swear there are others. There was a moment in the 2018 offseason, back when I still frequented the Seahawks fan blog with the stupid-ass name (the one that's part of SB Nation), when somebody there said that Michael Dickson (called "the new guy" or something) might not make the team in his rookie season because "the new guy doesn't know how to hold the balls" (referring to extra-point and field-goal attempts). I replied that he shouldn't worry, because the Seahawks were bringing in a special consultant to teach the new punter how to hold the balls. I posted several images of Lynch grabbing his crotch. I can't find some of those now.

Anyway, these moments are so iconic that Lynch's crotch grabs made it into the Madden video games:
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A bunch of iconic moments, then.

There's this one against the Cardinals
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There's this one from the end of the original "Beastquake" run.
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There's this one that put the Seahawks ahead by three late in the fourth quarter of the NFCCG against the Packers after the 2014 season
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I could swear there are others. There was a moment in the 2018 offseason, back when I still frequented the Seahawks fan blog with the stupid-ass name (the one that's part of SB Nation), when somebody there said that Michael Dickson (called "the new guy" or something) might not make the team in his rookie season because "the new guy doesn't know how to hold the balls" (referring to extra-point and field-goal attempts). I replied that he shouldn't worry, because the Seahawks were bringing in a special consultant to teach the new punter how to hold the balls. I posted several images of Lynch grabbing his crotch. I can't find some of those now.

Anyway, these moments are so iconic that Lynch's crotch grabs made it into the Madden video games:
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Yea I’m fully aware, this is the one that I see as being iconic.
 

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I'm thinking this is not such a good idea, mainly because bronze statue and "likeness" are often so very far apart, depending on the talent of the artist.

Case in point, here's the Lucille Ball cautionary tale:
 

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This one should be up in front of the Foxboro Stadium. What do you think Lockettes reaction would’ve been if you told him before the game that his performance during the game would constitute a statue of him being erected?
 
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