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    If postseason started today, Seahawks would make a visit to our humble abode..

    That would make for a intersting matchup, indeed.. I like our chances though.. Do u guys think Seattle coming here is a best case scenario for us going forward, playoff wise? Obviously worst case is not making it at all.. I think this would be best case.. I'd still rather them then Chicago for somereason, and obviously GB(albeit, we got there number)..

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    I'll take Chicago and their weak offensive line vs Seattle and their under the radar rookie QB. We own Chicago... Seattle always gives us problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BurnerNYG View Post
    I'll take Chicago and their weak offensive line vs Seattle and their under the radar rookie QB. We own Chicago... Seattle always gives us problems.
    I remember we destroyed Seattle back in 08 and beat em in 05(i believe in FG game like 9-6 or something?).. In 08, we destroyed em in our house.. Have we played them since? I can't seem to remember??

    I'm not totally disagreeing with u, as i loved Russell Wilson as a prospect and his abilities are amazing.. I knew his height wasen't gonna be a major issue in the pro's.. hes definetly got the "it" factor.. On the other hand, Jay Cutler just dosen't scare me nearly as much, but the defense and ST's of the bears scare me more.. Also, maybe Russ WIlson finally finds a moment 2 big , and shows alittle bit of growing pains, like most normal rookies and young players do..lol

    Either way, i'm still going seahawks.. Brandon Marshall is a scary weapon and i'll go with youth over expierence.

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    They beat us last year and when Feeley missed all those kicks. It tends to go back and forth but just like we blew them out, they blew us out when Strahan was on the sideline screaming at the defense. We had Lavar Arrington at the time.

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    I think you're underestimating Seattle's defense... those guys aren't slouches. I'm too lazy to pull up numbers but I'm sure they're tops in the league. Brandon Marshall is one man and Cutler can't complete passes on his back.

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    Not your old man's Seahawks

    This Seahawks team is solid. Wilson has continued to improve every week and he has a good group of receivers. Wilson is extremely mobile and smart about ball security. Lynch is a beast and I don't know how our D slows him down when you consider how they have performed against the run. The Seahawks D is top 5 in the League. This would be a tough matchup for us. Our D line and LB's would have to really step up to win that game.

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    I think that if the Giants play at the top of their game in all 3 phases, they can beat anyone.
    “Losers assemble in little groups and complain about the coaches and the players in other little groups, but winners assemble as a team,”

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurnerNYG View Post
    They beat us last year and when Feeley missed all those kicks. It tends to go back and forth but just like we blew them out, they blew us out when Strahan was on the sideline screaming at the defense. We had Lavar Arrington at the time.
    Ya, ur right in ur logic, and its certainly a toss up.. I like Seattle traveling cross country and playing on East Coast alittle bit as well.. Brandon Marshall also has Matt Forte and Michael Bush as a backfield.. Not saying Beast Mode isn't right there with them, but Marshall certainly isn't by himself.. I always worry about Devin Hester on the big stage as well...

    I still would rather Seattle and there inexpierence traveling cross country for a playoff game, then the bears and there erratic QB.. Thats my opinion, anyways..

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    well we were able to throw on em last yr and score at will. id rather play seattle then anyone too bc seattle is garbage on the road. the chitown win was their 1 quality road win. also, their offensive system seems less dangerous or complex. just have to keep wilson in the pocket imo. he gets into his groove when he can start rolling out

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    Quote Originally Posted by PennState1 View Post
    This Seahawks team is solid. Wilson has continued to improve every week and he has a good group of receivers. Wilson is extremely mobile and smart about ball security. Lynch is a beast and I don't know how our D slows him down when you consider how they have performed against the run. The Seahawks D is top 5 in the League. This would be a tough matchup for us. Our D line and LB's would have to really step up to win that game.
    Russell WIlson isn't exactly deadly accurate as of yet.. JPP tends to like to bat balls down, and our Dline has alot of Height in general.. Guys like Chris Canty, Linval Joseph, JPP, Mathias Kiwanuka, Tuck...etc Those are 6ft 5in and taller guys, that would be having hands in and around Russell Wilson's face and throwing lanes all day long...

    Again, i love Russell Wilson, and each fan has there reasons to think how they will on this matter, but Julius Peppers, Devin Hester, Brandon Marshall, and Lance Briggs, and of course Urlacher(assuming hes back).. Guys like Urlacher, Briggs, Peppers, and Tillman will be playing there buts off, trying to get this SB ring, being there older players and not knowing when this chance comes again..

    Also, we don't have any Sean Locklear , and having David Diehl against that team scares me.. I here ya, Seattle been having there season on D, but there playing Arizona and St Louis as well, while Chi playing GB, Minnesota, and Detroit.. Those offenses can move the ball pretty well...

    I respect both these opponets, but think Seattle would be my choice, if i got 2 pick to face one in our stadium...

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