Originally posted by elguapo:
Seahawks struggle with quick,Wrs bc their CBS are bigger and slower. So against the giants they will struggle with cruz like they did with Ty Hilton. Also the hawks are merely a solid yet unspectacular team on the road so they could lose to the giants and atl, although they are both worse than last year and they may lose at home to the saints. Seattle is not that good of an offense and they will have trouble out scoring the saints and beating sf on the road where we embarrassed them last year. We held Wilson to what 7-21 for 110 passing and an int
You held a rookie to 7-21 passing for 110. Can we stop living in the past and come to the realization that Wilson is not the same qb you faced last season in SF? Those stats from that game are meaningless. Not to mention the 7 dropped passes didn't help his stats out either.... how exactly did you embarrass them by barely squeaking out a 13-7 victory.
as far as the Seattle is not that good of an offense comment, i find it very interesting you would go there when the stats clearly show that Seattle has had a much more productive offense up to this point. And let's be honest neither team has exploded out of the box on offense, but it would seem both teams are starting tp hit their stride now, and will continue to improve as we get players back. But just to show the numbers up to this point.
Seattle - ranked 7th - 2580 total yrds - 368.6 yrds per game - 191 total points - 27.3 points per game
SF - Ranked 16th - 2345 yrds - 335 yrds per game - 176 total points - 25.1 points per game
Defense is going to win this game, turnovers and ST's (field position) not offense.
[ Edited by hawker84 on Oct 23, 2013 at 3:58 PM ]