I was watching nfc play book and they said they want to see a mix of run and pass. Last year we were more explosive in that 3-4 WR set. If we force the run we will win by 7-10pts, if we find a nice balance we can put up 30+
I'm not confident in our coaching staff to game-plan to take advantage of Seattle's weaknesses. Instead, I see us "imposing our will" and therefore, this game will end up being much closer then it should. There should be a heavy dose of running and clock management. Alex won't have many opportunities to really take charge. Is that a "bell" I hear over the 12th man?
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