Hawks Island

The Seahawks should probably be 1-3. Kam Chancellor made a miraculous play Monday to force a Calvin Johnson fumble, but the officials failed to flag K.J. Wright for illegally batted the ball through the end zone. Officiating aside, the Seahawks are 2-2.

And the party continues in Seattle. Soon, on an island of Seahawks fans.

Hawks Island Inside

American Express announced Wednesday it is putting a 200-foot barge (the size of two basketball courts) in the Puget Sound before the Seahawks' game against the Panthers on Oct. 18. "Hawks Island" will be a free venue for all American Express card members 21 and older (subject to space) from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. PT. AMEX says the floating structure will include food and beverages from Seattle eateries, a meet-and-greet with former NFL MVP Shaun Alexander and a surprise musical performance.

Complimentary transportation will be provided for the "12s" to CenturyLink Field.

American Express is a partner of the Seahawks, and they have already been giving card members radios, pre-game experiences and opportunities to meet with players in 2015.

Hawks Island Entrance

Back in New York, Darrelle Revis is cringing at the thought of the Seahawks, known for the Legion of Boom, using the term "Island." After all, Revis Island was in full effect during last season's Super Bowl, while Revis was a Patriot.

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