Seahawks will go deep in the playoffs

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    heard it here
     
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    Right now they have the schedule to make the wild card but, it maybe wishful thinking about going deep in the playoff. We will have to see how the injuries to Smith goes.

    Quarterback injuries seem to be playing a big part.
     
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    Sea what? LOL

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    That's a bold claim but they're a solid team I hope they do. But I'm biased as I get to use beast mode in my fantasy league haha
     
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    The Beast is a beast for 100 yards.

    Not like Shaun Alexander who was only like that near the goal line.

    Nobody is going to want to play the Seahawks in the playoffs.

    My only concern is that they play off the home crowd at home too much.

    A huge disparity between their play at home vs on the road.
     
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    We have a rookie QB. Our recievers get dropitis. Our team is very young and they lose their heads and get in-opportune penalties too often.

    Considering our experience we are already playing way over our heads.
     
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    There arent any great teams in the NFL.

    The Falcons were the last to lose.
     
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    Unfortunately the 49ers may be the best team in the NFL right now. That greatly affects our chances at even getting to the playoffs.

    They crushed the Bears with a back up QB Monday night. The SeaHawks only chance to make it into the second season is if they beat San Fran in Seattle. We should beat Miami but our own game with the Bears will be telling. If we can make it through the next six games and only lose to the Bears we will probably make the playoffs if even only as a wild card.

    The good news is that we play 3 divisional home games in this last stretch . We rarely lose at home and almost never in December. A lot of really good teams have come into Seahawks (screw callcom or whatever the fuck they are calling it these days) Stadium in December to discover this is the hardest place to win in the country late in the season.
     

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