I’d like to take a moment to wish a Happy World Diabetes Day to everyone in the Diabetic Community, both online and offline.
My plans for WDD haven’t worked out as I had hoped, but I did at least do the Big Blue Test this afternoon. My blood glucose numbers were 131 mg/dl before I walked around the hospital, and 136 mg/dl after I walked around the hospital. (No, I’m not the patient this time. That’s a long, sad story for another post.)
Anyway, I hope everyone has had a wonderful day. Go D Blue!
GLENDALE, Ariz. – Matt Hasselbeck, back after a one-game absence, threw for 333 yards and Mike Williams had the biggest game of his rejuvenated NFL career Sunday in the Seattle Seahawks’ dominant 36-18 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
Williams, who spent the past two seasons out of the NFL after flopping in Detroit, caught 11 passes for 145 yards, both career highs, for the Seahawks (5-4), who swept the Cardinals for the first time since 2006.
With St. Louis losing to San Francisco in overtime, Seattle is alone in first place in the NFC West.
Arizona (3-6) lost its fourth straight, its longest skid since dropping eight in a row in 2006, Dennis Green’s final season as coach.
It could have been far more one-sided. Seattle had to settle for four of Olindo Mare’s five field goals when second-half drives stalled at the 16-yard line or closer. Two of them ended at the 1.