Dave Krieg

Years Played: 1980-1991

Position: QB

Birthdate: 10/20/1958

College: Milton

Hometown: Iola, WI

Height / Weight: 6-1 / 193

Career Statistics through 1991

Statistics shown are for the player's entire NFL career, updated through 1991.

On this Day in Seahawks History
February 23, 2005
Tim Ruskell was introduced as the Seahawks’ president of football operations and became the primary decision maker regarding all player and personnel decisions, including oversight of the club's pro and college scouting departments.
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January 04, 2003
Participated in first postseason since 1999, but lost in overtime to the Packers 33-27 in a back-and-forth affair played in 20 degree temperatures. Al Harris returned a Hasselbeck interception 52 yards for the game-ending score. Alexander set club postseason record with three touchdown runs and Hasselbeck became first passer with at least 300 yards in a playoff game. Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Lovat retires. Bill Laveroni takes over offensive line duties.
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October 27, 1991
John Kasay equals an NFL record with two field goals of 50-or-more yards in a 20-9 win over the San Diego Chargers. Kasay connects from 54 and 51 yards. The 54-yarder equals the team record.
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January 08, 2010
Seattle captured their fifth consecutive home playoff win with a 41-36 triumph over the defending World Champion New Orleans Saints. Matt Hasselbeck set a postseason club record with four TD passes. Marshawn Lynch electrified the crowd with what many are calling one of the greatest runs in NFL history with a 67-yard TD in which he broke as many as eight tackles. The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network registered activity generated from the stadium during the time of Lynch’s run.
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