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What the Seattle Loss to Arizona Means.

Originally posted by LisaTwelve:
Originally posted by Black24Razor:
Hawks have had trouble against tough defenses all year...Carolina, Rams, Cards, Houston, the Niners...They are not invincible, as I was beginning to believe. Go Niners.

Yet, they went 5-2 vs those you mention and, oddly enough, didn't have a hard time vs the Cards IN Arizona. Go figure.


Rams will be tough . . .
Seattle Seahawks ‏@Seahawks
Wilson: "Last game of the season is a championship game. Does it get any better?!" #STLvsSEA

Well, to tell you the truth Russell . . .
it would have been better (and more "comfortable") to win today
Yes..but even you would have to admit that they had tougher games against teams with tougher defenses....And they've lost two out of their last three...not exactly the way you want to go into the playoffs.
[ Edited by Black24Razor on Dec 22, 2013 at 5:58 PM ]
Originally posted by LVJay:
"What the Seattle Loss to Arizona Means"

1. Gave Lambs / Pornstache Fisher ideas on how to beat em up there

2. Some CAWK fans contemplating (jumping off Space Needle)

3. The long (home) winning streak was shattered... giving other teams more confidence to win up there

4. The seaderrall cawkiness got crushed... plenty of weeping and gnashing of teeth going on up in that miserable place


losing streak. hopefully they drop one more. thats enough to completely reshuffle the playoff picture and hook us up with a 1 seed if we win out. then theyll really be on suicide watch
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Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
losing streak. hopefully they drop one more. thats enough to completely reshuffle the playoff picture and hook us up with a 1 seed if we win out. then theyll really be on suicide watch

Pornstache has nothing to lose. That's gonna be Lambs SB next week... they'll throw errrything and the kitchen sink at the CAWKS and prolly try to throw out someones back, especially if they're losing
Originally posted by Black24Razor:
Yes..but even you would have to admit that they had tougher games against teams with tougher defenses....And they've lost two out of their last three...not exactly the way you want to go into the playoffs.

I think it stands to reason that MOST teams have tougher games against tougher defenses . . .
Yes, I would have preferred they'd won today but, guess it makes next week all the more exciting
Originally posted by Black24Razor:
Originally posted by LisaTwelve:
Originally posted by Black24Razor:
Hawks have had trouble against tough defenses all year...Carolina, Rams, Cards, Houston, the Niners...They are not invincible, as I was beginning to believe. Go Niners.

Yet, they went 5-2 vs those you mention and, oddly enough, didn't have a hard time vs the Cards IN Arizona. Go figure.


Rams will be tough . . .
Seattle Seahawks ‏@Seahawks
Wilson: "Last game of the season is a championship game. Does it get any better?!" #STLvsSEA

Well, to tell you the truth Russell . . .
it would have been better (and more "comfortable") to win today
Yes..but even you would have to admit that they had tougher games against teams with tougher defenses....And they've lost two out of their last three...not exactly the way you want to go into the playoffs.

Lisa12 you guys did have a hard time at AZ...if it wasn't for a int by Palmer go figure and the run back on that int...could have been another loss

Either way it wasnt easy as RW was sacked 5-6 times
[ Edited by 49AllTheTime on Dec 22, 2013 at 6:06 PM ]
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Originally posted by trellblaze:
Originally posted by jdt84_2:
Originally posted by LVJay:
Originally posted by ElephantHaley:
Yeah but now the pressure is on the 49ers not to choke vs the Falcons MNF. Once if the 49ers win tomorrow then Im gonna be the biggest Lamb fan on the planet

Yeah, we better not use our 8th stringers... we better play our 5th / 6th stringers or we're gonna lose big time





REST ERRYONE!!
no, they need to win tomorrow to clinch a berth, and i like it. i want gore to get 10k at the stick or atleast at home. but i am nervous they let him go this offseason.

He's under contract for next season.

No worries... Falcon's SB is next week (AT HOME) vs Panthers, that's the win they want the most.

The debil has a better chance calling a truce with GOD than the dirty birds have (a chance) winning on MNF.

41 - 13 Niners, but I'm hoping for a shutout
Originally posted by LVJay:
No worries... Falcon's SB is next week (AT HOME) vs Panthers, that's the win they want the most.

The debil has a better chance calling a truce with GOD than the dirty birds have (a chance) winning on MNF.

41 - 13 Niners, but I'm hoping for a shutout
...and WE want the most
Originally posted by E-49er:
It means the game against the Cardinals might get flexed to Sunday night.

Eagles v Cowboys will receive that. No way is the East-centric media going to pass up that opportunity.
Originally posted by LisaTwelve:
I think it stands to reason that MOST teams have tougher games against tougher defenses . . .
Yes, I would have preferred they'd won today but, guess it makes next week all the more exciting

Yes but most teams fans aren't already making plans to go to the Super Bowl.
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Originally posted by communist:
...and WE want the most

you know it!
Rams have great defense. Hawks are not peaking into the playoffs
Originally posted by trellblaze:
He's under contract for next season.

that is why i said let him go, not he walks.
Originally posted by pasodoc9er:
What the loss means is that the Cards are pretty damn good. Both O and D. It also means we have to win out, which is what I posted 5 games back.

Not saying much to say win all the games you can but I get ur point
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Lisa12 you guys did have a hard time at AZ...if it wasn't for a int by Palmer go figure and the run back on that int...could have been another loss

Either way it wasnt easy as RW was sacked 5-6 times

Point was, they have faced some tough DEE but, more times than not, they've come out with the W
(yes - Palmer had some miscues in the game at AZ as well - difference was, the Hawks were able to capitalize, unlike today)
As others have mentioned, not the time to go cold . . . . 't will be an interesting final regular season week.
Originally posted by jdt84_2:
what all of this says,

the nfc west sucks. this is that division where it makes you disagree with the current format. all 4 teams are playoff caliber, and the rams are set up to be WAY better over the next few years. they could have two top 10 picks, likely top 15 though.

how they use them is intriguing. do they trade down and repeat the RG3 trade, i think this will be the rouet.

and then i think they replace the seahwks as a young team full of studs with a 3-5 year window.

No player available is worth what rgiii was. Even he wasn't worth what the rams got.