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Who Will Win?
Patriots
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Seahawks
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I just love skittles (***only for finn54***)
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 4:59 pm    Post subject: finn54 delivers: PATRIOTS [3-2] AT SEATTLE [3-2] Reply with quote






Where: CenturyLink Field
When: Sunday Oct. 14th, 4:05pm EST
Televised by CBS [Coverage Map]

Last meeting: Week 14, 2008 NFL Season

With Matt Cassel at QB, the Patriots saw off the Seahawks 24-21. In his first game versus his former team, Deion Branch grabbed 4 catches for 88 yards with 2 touchdowns, including a long of 63. Seneca Wallace was extremely efficient on the day, completing 20 of 28 passes for 212 yards and 3 touchdowns, however it was not enough to beat New England, who sealed the game with a Brandon Meriweather strip-sack, recovered by Richard Seymour.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 5:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sorry it's late. I've been super busy this week (and still am).
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 5:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How does the forum feel about changing SEA's record in the title to 2-3? Think




[joking, seahawks fans]
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 5:15 pm    Post subject: Re: finn54 delivers: PATRIOTS [3-2] AT SEATTLE [3-2] Reply with quote

finn54 wrote:
however it was not enough to beat New England, who sealed the game with a Brandon Meriweather strip-sack, recovered by Richard Seymour.



The one time in Meriweather's career he looked like the player he could supposedly become.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 6:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

NextBigThing wrote:
Still not as ugly as their uniforms.
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#1 defense vs #1 offense.

I like our chances. Just get Irvin on the field and Red off and then no huddle into run plays at Irvin until we score a TD. Another thing is the Seahawks weakness has been their LBs and covering the middle of the field. I'm not too worried about our offense.

Defense has to hold them under 17 points. Anything more and that will be a major disappointment.

27-17, Patriots.
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The O-line has to hold up - we must avoid turnovers and have them play on a shortened field. It's imperitive we force Wilson to beat us from deep.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 9:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Does "game sealed by Meriweather strip sack" make anyone else giggle?
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 10:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Troy Brown wrote:
Does "game sealed by Meriweather strip sack" make anyone else giggle?


Laughing Nice.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 11:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

tonyto3690 wrote:
#1 defense vs #1 offense.


A lot has been made about this but it is the reverse matchup that will decide this game. I think you guys will come away rather impressed with the Seattle defense and it is not going to be a high scoring game, but your D should be able to take away the ground game pretty well and force the game onto the arm of Russell Wilson.

I have picked Seattle in the AZ forum pick'em for the bonus point an upset would give me, expectations would be a NE win 21-13.
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I'm with khodder: It's the SEA O vs NE D matchup that will determine the game. I trust the Hawks D to be able to minimise the points scored by NE; we just need to be able to match that.

The good thing is that Russell Wilson showed some development (on the road) last week. This week he will be at home. James Carpenter is looking good at LG, and the only issue is Breno at RT (who did play better after he was benched for his two stupid penalties). Hopefully Russell is able to find Doug Baldwin and Zach Miller across the middle again. That should open things up on the outside for Sidney Rice and Golden Tate. Hopefully we run some screens to Tate again, because he can make a first down out of them.

Russell Okung has been shutdown for the past couple of weeks. I don't expect Chandler Jones to do much against him, especially when Okung plays best against lineman of Chandler Jones' build.

I'm also hoping that Bobby Wagner improves more this game. If Irvin is kept on the field, I hope that he is able to cover the blindside, with KJ coming up on outside containment. (He has been a beast against the run this year)
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Tooki wrote:
I'm with khodder: It's the SEA O vs NE D matchup that will determine the game. I trust the Hawks D to be able to minimise the points scored by NE; we just need to be able to match that.

The good thing is that Russell Wilson showed some development (on the road) last week. This week he will be at home. James Carpenter is looking good at LG, and the only issue is Breno at RT (who did play better after he was benched for his two stupid penalties). Hopefully Russell is able to find Doug Baldwin and Zach Miller across the middle again. That should open things up on the outside for Sidney Rice and Golden Tate. Hopefully we run some screens to Tate again, because he can make a first down out of them.

Russell Okung has been shutdown for the past couple of weeks. I don't expect Chandler Jones to do much against him, especially when Okung plays best against lineman of Chandler Jones' build.

I'm also hoping that Bobby Wagner improves more this game. If Irvin is kept on the field, I hope that he is able to cover the blindside, with KJ coming up on outside containment. (He has been a beast against the run this year)


Apart from the 5,000 false starts....
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 5:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Plz. Percy Harvin himself could not stop Chandler Jones.
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TomRalph wrote:
Tooki wrote:
I'm with khodder: It's the SEA O vs NE D matchup that will determine the game. I trust the Hawks D to be able to minimise the points scored by NE; we just need to be able to match that.

The good thing is that Russell Wilson showed some development (on the road) last week. This week he will be at home. James Carpenter is looking good at LG, and the only issue is Breno at RT (who did play better after he was benched for his two stupid penalties). Hopefully Russell is able to find Doug Baldwin and Zach Miller across the middle again. That should open things up on the outside for Sidney Rice and Golden Tate. Hopefully we run some screens to Tate again, because he can make a first down out of them.

Russell Okung has been shutdown for the past couple of weeks. I don't expect Chandler Jones to do much against him, especially when Okung plays best against lineman of Chandler Jones' build.

I'm also hoping that Bobby Wagner improves more this game. If Irvin is kept on the field, I hope that he is able to cover the blindside, with KJ coming up on outside containment. (He has been a beast against the run this year)


Apart from the 5,000 false starts....


Not in the past couple of weeks. And in hindsight, it looks like his knee injury played a part in the false starts. His knee is fine now, and his false starts have decreased/gone with it.

And Okung shut down Clay Matthews and Demarcus Ware. Two guys who I consider to be better than Chandler Jones.
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