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    Seahawks Spank Packers

    They made a game of it for a half, and then......Seattle Ran on them, threw on them, scored TDs on them, scored a safety on them. It looked like Men beaten up on Boys. The score was 36-16

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    That was a pretty impressive opening to the new season, both teams came out trying to knock the hell out of each other but as game went on the Seahawks out manned them and took the game over.
    Don't think the Packers are bad but no match for the Hawks last night.
    Would love to see the GMEN come out with that intensity this weekend.
    Go Giants
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    The Seahawks are incredibly impressive. How have they done it? In this era of football, how are they able to stock the roster with quality players... Even their depth?

    How do they just throw their bodies around on defense and none of them get hurt?

    What's going on in Seattle?

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    They really remind me of those old Cowboys teams. They can just grind you down and beat you up...till your team quits. Really not looking forward to playing them again.

    Side Note the last 3 years these guys have beaten Brady, Brees, Manning, Rodgers, and our Eli pretty soundly. It will be tough to dethrone these guys.

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    Seattle was impressive at home, which wasn't a surprise. Definitely no complacency on either side of the ball for the defending SB champs.
    One of these teams is not like the others


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pksoze View Post
    They really remind me of those old Cowboys teams. They can just grind you down and beat you up...till your team quits. Really not looking forward to playing them again.

    Side Note the last 3 years these guys have beaten Brady, Brees, Manning, Rodgers, and our Eli pretty soundly. It will be tough to dethrone these guys.
    A lot like the cowboys, I agree. But the Cowboys had the luxury of the walker trade to fuel the upstart, and no salary cap to keep cycling in players to keep it going. The Seahawks don't enjoy those aspects. It's mind boggling how well they've hit on players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueBlitzer View Post
    They made a game of it for a half, and then......Seattle Ran on them, threw on them, scored TDs on them, scored a safety on them. It looked like Men beaten up on Boys. The score was 36-16
    I love the way the talking head jerks on all the sports shows are telling us how amazing Seattle is, when to a man last year ,they all swore that Seattle was a fluke, a benefactor of a weak schedule and not as good as their record!
    Now they're all talking like they knew The Seahawks were for real all along!
    Watched that game and all I could do is say WOW……not a weakness on that team to be found.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ntegrase96 View Post
    A lot like the cowboys, I agree. But the Cowboys had the luxury of the walker trade to fuel the upstart, and no salary cap to keep cycling in players to keep it going. The Seahawks don't enjoy those aspects. It's mind boggling how well they've hit on players.
    Yes very much like the powerhouse teams Dallas had in early to mid 90s when the cowboys won 3 titles in 4 years.

    Lol, pounded on buffalo in two of Those handing the Bills their 3rd & 4th consecutive losses in the big game. As a matter of fact it was the skins and giants the other two years so you could say the nfce owned that team. Well minus Philly of course, lol
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    Football has been very, very good to us.
    Even though 2013 was a losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    Let's make it 5 in 2014 !!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ntegrase96 View Post
    A lot like the cowboys, I agree. But the Cowboys had the luxury of the walker trade to fuel the upstart, and no salary cap to keep cycling in players to keep it going. The Seahawks don't enjoy those aspects. It's mind boggling how well they've hit on players.
    It seems as if Pete Carroll keeps them focused and they're always ready to play.

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    The one funny thing is I think Seattle slammed the 49ers door shut. I honestly cant believe the 49ers did not get a Superbowl out of this mini run they had. Thought they would at least get 1....
    "Everyone has a plan, until they get punched in the mouth."

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