The Bills vs Seahawks Monday Night

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The Hawks should win.

Wilson needs to stop trying to "talk" his way to victories.

Less rah...rah Russell.... More touchdowns.
 

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The Hawks should win.

Wilson needs to stop trying to "talk" his way to victories.

Less rah...rah Russell.... More touchdowns.
Bills are reeling a bit, just run the ball and play good defense.
 
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Our run attack is horrible. We still have the best run defense in the NFL though. That should be the difference.
 

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Our run attack is horrible. We still have the best run defense in the NFL though. That should be the difference.
Is it that bad without skittles? Bills are gonna blitz
 
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Our run attack is horrible. We still have the best run defense in the NFL though. That should be the difference.
Is it that bad without skittles? Bills are gonna blitz
All teams so far have tried to blitz the Seahawks with limited success.
Wilson has had more time than in the past. What has killed drives has been penalties more than poor play once the Offense has begun to run plays. Holding and movement on the O-Line put the Offense at disadvantages thruout the game making the calling of running plays difficult. What the O-Line has done protecting Wilson they have more than made up for it with a lack of discipline.

The same has gone for the defense. The Defense got flagged for several questionable penalties last week when we should have stopped the Saints. The Saints should have been stopped on their own end of the field and instead were given reprieves netting them two TDs.
 

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Wilson got sacked 4 times and Taylor five. The key to the game overlooking poor play by Seattle's offensive line that allow Wilson with little time to pass. Although I thought at times they did an okay job but other times not so much. Rush blocking really sucked as Seattle only got 33 total yards with ....what? Lockett the leading rusher with 13 yards.
Wilson did manage to go 20-26 passing for 282 yards with two touchdowns....137 QBR.....
Now the defense....I have never seen Seattle, in recent years, play such poor run and pass defense. Neither were very pretty.

Now the plays at the end of the first half....One: play was called as soon as Sherman crossed the line of scrimmage as being listed as 'Encroachment' a dead ball foul. Two: doesn't matter if Sherman make contact with the kicker as he blocked the kick. Negating a roughing penalty.
 

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Critics can whine all they want about pass inference calls but both catches by Jimmy Graham happened while he was having his left arm humped by the defender...that is why he caught both of those touchdown passes one handed.
 
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Critics can whine all they want about pass inference calls but both catches by Jimmy Graham happened while he was having his left arm humped by the defender...that is why he caught both of those touchdown passes one handed.
Graham's TWO ONE HANDED TD catches were simply amazing athletic events. Conceding that Wilson was incapable of running the ball was costly for the bills as Russell EASILY scampered for his uncontested TD. Wilson has obviously recovered from his leg injuries at least to the extent that he was able to outrun the linebacker "spy" assigned to keep him out of the end zone.

Rawls is supposed to be back in the lineup next week giving the Hawks at least a "chance" to win in Gillette field come Sunday.
 

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and you just had to bring back an old dead thread to tell us that.:rolleyes:

Hey old man living on a deserted island,the seahawks played last night against the new england cheats.this was from a week ago.hello
 

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