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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by mrpackerguy, Dec 16, 2014.
Should be a bounce back game
Game of the week for me, definitely not the Thursday night offering. Yikes.
I think IND/DAL will be a good one. Then you have the NFC south showdown for the division nobody wants to win.
Seattle - Arizona is going to be an oddity. Seattle has less time to prepare and have a banged up offensive line. Arizona is down to their third string QB but still seem to manage to win. Even with Arizona getting extra time to prepare, Seattle will pull it out, but it wouldn't surprise me to see a really low final score. It will be ugly, with two excellent defenses, one somewhat damaged offense, and one badly damaged offense. I don't see how the Cardinals can beat the Seahawk defense with their third string guy in there.
I sure hope New Orleans wins out so they are at least at .500 for the year. It would be a little ironic if Seattle had to go down there to play New Orleans in the playoffs, especially if New Orleans wins. It would be payback for the Seahawks winning their division with a 7-9 record, then beating New Orleans.
I don't see any way Arizona wins that game Sunday night. Seattle is on a roll right now. About all they need to be concerned with is if they are peaking at the wrong time. I think this Seattle team is put together in a way that they can lose some players to injury and plug in the replacements who will do just fine. Not many teams have that luxury.
They were like that last year, too. I wonder how long they can keep it up.
I agree that Seattle/Arizona will be a defensive slugfest. Very low score.
What I'm hoping for is the our defense will get a turnover and touchdown return. Or several.
I'd guess 10 to 6 Seahawks.
You Seahawk guys know what's really going to happen, you just don't want to say it. 30 to 40 points for Seattle. Three to 10 points for Arizona.
I wish. Arizona's defense is too good to allow that sort of scoring to happen.
Pats will roll again this week. The road to the Superbowl goes through Foxboro
I'd be shocked if the Patriots didn't win the last two, which would make them the #1 seed in the AFC no matter what. But the Super Bowl may be an entirely different matter.
I'll be thrilled if you're right Mike.
Thoughts on this comment from Chris Conte of the Chicago Bears?
'I'd rather have the experience of playing and, who knows, die 10, 15 years earlier than not be able to play in the NFL and live a long life.'
I pity the Tampa Bay Bucs this week. Arod will redeem himself for his lackluster performance last week at Buffalo.
Green Bay 38
Tampa Bay 17
I eagerly look forward to (no, not really) the slap fight that will ensue between the Titans and the Jaguars.
*smack* We really want to win!
*smack* No, WE really want to win!!
*smack* We mean it fans, this is important to us to win! Honest!!
IF the Jags lose, to a 3rd string QB with most of the offensive (and HOW!) weapons on IR and a defense that couldn't stop Ickey Woods in a deli line... man I don't know. . .
The Titans have Clipboard Jesus as their starting quarterback. They win the Mariota sweepstakes.
If that happens, I'll be both happy and surprised. Arizona will blitz just about every play, which means Wilson won't be able to run around quite like he usually does. He sure won't have time to launch anything downfield, since the Seattle offensive line is once again the team weakness. I don't know why, but it just seems to be that way. Seattle will win because Arizona won't be able to get through the Seattle defense, and Seattle's offense will get off one or two plays that get behind the Cardinal defense. That's about all it will take. That said, if the final score ends up being something utterly weird and indicative of offensive incompetence, like 4-2, it wouldn't surprise me too much.
Former Seahawk, Clipboard Jesus.
He was lousy in Seattle, too.