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  • This is a must win game if we want any realistic outside shot at a wildcard. We lose this game and head to Carolina 4-6? Put a fork in us, we be done. The Seahawks have lost home field advantage over the past season and a half, inexplicably so. The Packers have yet to win on the road this year. Something has to give.

    The Seahawks will play inspired football on Thursday night and in so doing, could possibly save their season.


    Aros' Fearless Prediction: Seahawks 28 - Packers 23

    Aros' Fearless Record: 8-1
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  • HUGE game on Thursday, and yes it's is a MUST WIN. :lol:

    After a couple games where the Hawks should/could have won at the end, this team is going to fired up to get back in the win column. Their prime time record speaks for itself, and the Pack is winless on the road.
    I can't see the Pack being able to stop this top notch running game, and yes that does sound strange to say. They are one of the best in the league at pounding the rock, they tell you they're gonna' run it and you can't stop it.
    No reason this team can't put up 170-250 yards on the ground against the Pack. Also, their secondary is pretty suspect. I think we pound the rock a lot, which sets up the passes over the top.

    Getting Fluker and Carson back is big, let alone already having Penny and Davis in the mix to keep the backfield fresh.
    Erin is an amazing player, so I don't expect a blowout at all. And the way our D is giving up big plays, especially in the running game and over the middle, I wouldn't be surprised to see the Pack put up good yardage on us.

    But I think we wear them down, eat up the clock and they run out of gas in the 4th.

    Hawks 27-16
    Russ with 2 TD passes, one to Lockett and one to Baldwin. Carson with a 2 yard rushing TD.
    Hawks with 193 yards of rushing on the day.
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  • Trampling over the Packers D-line all night.

    Hawks 31
    Packers 17

    YTD 4-5
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  • This is going to be a hard game to predict IMO.

    Much will depend on whether Rogers is able to put up a ton of points early to make us have to abandon the run game and pass to get back into the game. Either way I don't see a low scoring game. I do see a close game.

    Right now I see a very close win, but won't be surprised if we lose.

    Hawks 31
    Packers 27

    Those scores could be easily flipped.
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  • Agreed a must win. I originally had this as a loss but I dont think the Packers are scary at all. Playing in our building and we have Carson and Fluker back. Hawks win this one. 30-27

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  • It feels strange to not see predictions of Packers 91-3. I'm sure they're coming soon though :lol:
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  • This game feels like a toss up, so the only thing I'm predicting is that my eyes will bleed if we wear those damn green uniforms.
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  • Finally, someone who recognizes how putrid those stupid radioactive green jerseys are. :pukeface: :pukeface: :pukeface: :pukeface: :pukeface: :pukeface: :pukeface: :pukeface: :pukeface: :pukeface:
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  • Another hard nose battle with good guys winning behind the powers of our talented and brilliant run game.

    My Mighty Seahawks 24 :0190l:
    The little cheese heads 20

    Cheers
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  • With Carson back....our RUN game goes to the next level. Hawks win 27-24. Seems strange saying that our opponent scores 24 points in our house!!! My how our Defense has slipped!!
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  • Packers - 91
    Seattle - 3

    :D

    Seriously - Seattle - 27
    Packers - 23
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  • Cheer Pitt, now I feel like it's back to normal :2thumbs:
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  • A-a-ron is going to do some things to us that is going to piss us all off, that much is certain. Our D will give up at least 3-4 big plays, thanks to A-a-ron, that results in points for the Pack. BUT, our run game is humming, and I think we play this team how we played the Rams—ball control. Unless we get wrecked in the first quarter, we're going to run it 75% of the time by the half, I promise you that.

    It's going to be close throughout and I don't think we start separating until the end as the Pack start to run out of steam from the 12s relentlessness and their body clocks thinking it's 2 hours later than it is. Someone's going to get a pick off A-a-ron, probably off a deflection, and seal the deal.

    Seattle 37
    Green Bay 27

    ...but it will feel closer.
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  • But will he float in mid air to the stadium? I mean, he's good, but clearly he is some kind of god.
    However, he really is an unreal QB, too bad he's such a dewsh.
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  • Seahawks 17-16

    4-5 ytd
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  • Hawks 31
    Pack 24
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  • Bigpumpkin wrote:With Carson back....our RUN game goes to the next level. Hawks win 27-24. Seems strange saying that our opponent scores 24 points in our house!!! My how our Defense has slipped!!


    We just ran for 273. What level do you want? Lol.
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  • No doubt, 273 is plain ridiculous.
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  • 321- 0 Hawks
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  • No mention of Jimmy....Seattle 30- Green Bay 17
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  • Legacy Team 1 - 34
    Seahawks- 40

    Carson beasts, Wilson throws for 3 TD, our D sucks but we outlast them in a high scoring thriller.
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  • We run and wear them down in the 4th.
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  • Hawks 38 Packers 23
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  • Seahawks 34
    Packers 20

    RTD: 7-2
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  • chawx wrote:A-a-ron is going to do some things to us that is going to piss us all off, that much is certain. Our D will give up at least 3-4 big plays, thanks to A-a-ron, that results in points for the Pack. BUT, our run game is humming, and I think we play this team how we played the Rams—ball control. Unless we get wrecked in the first quarter, we're going to run it 75% of the time by the half, I promise you that.

    It's going to be close throughout and I don't think we start separating until the end as the Pack start to run out of steam from the 12s relentlessness and their body clocks thinking it's 2 hours later than it is. Someone's going to get a pick off A-a-ron, probably off a deflection, and seal the deal.

    Seattle 37
    Green Bay 27

    ...but it will feel closer.


    I don’t agree with the giving up big plays part of this. Our defense is giving up little stuff, but solid against the BIG plays. That being said.

    Hawks 42
    Green Bay 21


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  • My prediction after the rams game a while back was that we're going to run the table. LET's GO!.. :0190l:

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  • I don't know, the Chargers and Rams had quite a few big plays against our D. Especially running plays and passes to wide open receivers. Worst one of all way allowing Allen to get WIDE open on a 3rd and long from deep in their own territory. That was pathetic.
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:I don't know, the Chargers and Rams had quite a few big plays against our D. Especially running plays and passes to wide open receivers. Worst one of all way allowing Allen to get WIDE open on a 3rd and long from deep in their own territory. That was pathetic.


    We gave up a few big plays and I agree the play with Allen was horrific. It also seems like there have been a lot of big chunks knocked off on early downs. When they letting the other team set up for 2nd and 1 or less over and over, it's a tough spot to be in. I think Romo was spot on with it being a scheme problem and not a player problem. That guy hit the nail on the head.
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  • Lately is has been the middle of the field. Where in the hell are the defenders on these passes???
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  • Exactly!
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  • Green Bay - 35
    Seahawks - 28

    By the way all people surrounding our seats have sold their tickets to this game. Lots of people do this because they hate weeknight games and they get a hefty profit selling to bandwagons. There will be an overwhelming number of Packer fans and of course the announcers will chime in frequently with the “DER DER DER DEY TRAVEL SO WELL” nonsense. Truth is most of these “fans” also have a Dallas and a Pittsburgh jersey hanging in their closet.
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  • Slick wrote:Green Bay - 35
    Seahawks - 28

    By the way all people surrounding our seats have sold their tickets to tonight’s game. Lots of people do this because they hate weeknight games and they get a hefty profit selling to bandwagons. There will be an overwhelming number of Packer fans and of course the announcers will chime in frequently with the “DER DER DER DEY TRAVEL SO WELL” nonsense. Truth is most of these “fans” have a Dallas and Pittsburgh jerseys hanging in their closet too.


    Hopefully they kept their ticket to tomorrows game though. :sarcasm_on: :sarcasm_on: :2thumbs:
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  • Sox-n-Hawks wrote:
    Slick wrote:Green Bay - 35
    Seahawks - 28

    By the way all people surrounding our seats have sold their tickets to tonight’s game. Lots of people do this because they hate weeknight games and they get a hefty profit selling to bandwagons. There will be an overwhelming number of Packer fans and of course the announcers will chime in frequently with the “DER DER DER DEY TRAVEL SO WELL” nonsense. Truth is most of these “fans” have a Dallas and Pittsburgh jerseys hanging in their closet too.


    Hopefully they kept their ticket to tomorrows game though. :sarcasm_on: :sarcasm_on: :2thumbs:


    Ah yes corrected
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  • Good point. Not only do they already travel well, but a lot of people I know just can't do the night games for various reasons. Of course, those watching on TV will get to hear them caressing Erin's nads all night, so I'm sure that'll be super fun. Can't wait to get to the stadium tomorrow. We need to get that home field advantage back that has been missing. Crowds have been plenty loud, but the team itself was so dominant at home.
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  • Seahawks 45
    Packers 43

    YTD:8-1
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  • At home, less banged up than the opponent, against a defense that plays a lot of man coverage and blitzes frequently - two of Wilson's biggest statistical strengths - I think we prevail. But not by much.

    SEA 27
    GB 24

    YTD: Don't wanna know
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  • Gosh....I forgot that a certain TE is returning for the first time. I'm going to be really pissed if he "breaks our back" with a TD catch!!
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  • 30-13 Hawks. We run right through them all night with a few Wilson play action bombs.
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  • Seahawks 24 Packers 20 on a late Wilson to Lockett TD pass..
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  • Seahawks played pretty good Sunday, despite the loss. I think they are starting to really put it together and find an identity. We'll see if they can put it together on a short week. Getting Carson back should be huge.

    Seahawks 24
    Packers 20

    My Record to Date: 7-2
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  • Seahawks: 37 - (Both Carson & Penny go over 100-yds rushing, RW = 200+, Team = 500+).
    Packers: 27 - (Seattle gets a late game pick 6 to spoil AR's day).
    :smilingalien:
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  • Green Bay has been terrible on the road. We will rush for 324 yards.

    I am 5 and 4 YTD

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  • If anyone is looking for a short read, click next and don't bother, lol, I don't know how to keep it short and simple and most that know me around here, know that about me.

    Pete kind of summed it up the other night in the Rams post game press conference, when he reminded everyone that this is exactly where were were the season when won the Super Bowl with him at the helm.

    It's been a frustrating season for everyone this year. Most started out with the Joe Blitzfitz cloud of gloom and doom floating over their heads. Then after the Seahawks we all know and love showed up and started to play football again, it dawned on everyone that this wasn't a rebuilding season, but rather, it was a necessary house cleaning season, and a chance to put the Pete Carroll Compete for your job mantra back into action. Before we knew it, we had a seriously competitive team on the field representing us, and a game plan that can win games anywhere, anytime against any team in the NFL.

    The trick right now, is that we can't allow for much in the way of screw ups, and in my opinion, in the world of NFL officiating, there isn't a lot of love or support for the notion of our Seahawks finding their way to another Super Bowl, n the New York NFL Head offices. Why else can an opponents step out of bounds not once but twice and then run it in for a touchdown, and even under review allow them to keep it.

    That one hand out alone from our officials, cost us that game, and there are lots of other similar calls, that, interestingly enough have given our opponents just enough to skate by us and put a win in their column and a loss in ours.

    The bottom line is, if we give them any excuse to help our opponents knock us off, they will use it. We have all seen some of these "TickyTack" calls as the commentators refer to them,repeatedly called against us at the most critical moments of the game. We have to put up more points and not let those situation determine our fate each week. Russell needs to light up, get out of his head, quit analyzing the damn 3rd down conversions, and just play some good old fashion smash mouth football and have some genuine fun. His stats will take care of themselves.

    Our defense is almost there, I know that I won't get much support for recommending that we put Shaq back over on the other side of the field where he excelled, when Sherm ws with us. He is doing a better job than most, but he was a lot more effective on the opposite side of the field. I'm not sure who we would put in Sherms old spot, maybe Flowers might excel there better than at the weak side where they have him now.

    Our offense is playing solid and we have a hell of a running game back now. Looking like Beast Mode part due, Russell needs to get the hell out of his head on the 3rd downs and start just playing football and having fun, When he loosens up and gets improvisational, he kills our competition. His hesitation and the ensuing sack opportunities have hurt us in almost every game this season, due to the inevitable fumbles, that result in easy points for our opponents and in nearly every game we have lost this year, its been by a margin of those few points that have defeated us.

    We should have had the Rams twice and the Chargers as well, if it hadn't been for that on reoccurring factor. Our special teams and Mike Dickson as playing lights out, Shaquem is putting on a hell of a show in every game, I wish they could find a place for him on the defense. I believe his fight, determination and contagious spirit, would light the Legion of Boom up in a way that no other player could inspire them to.

    I understand Pete's Compete mantra and whole heartedly support it, but I've seen what Shaquem can do when he is challenged, go back to his last two seasons in College, and what he was able to achieve there, and that is what got him to Seattle. I truly believe that this kid will always excel and supersede the expectations that are placed on him.

    It's not a chip on his shoulder or a ego thing, it's a fire that was born in his soul when he was still a young pup, facing a world that was determined to deny him and that he has always proven them wrong and has always found it within himself to overcome any challenges that have come his way, not just overcome them, but exceeded the expectations of even his greatest doubters.

    Shaquem Griffin, is a gift from God to this world, and I really hope over time that The Emerald City and The Seattle Seahawks, provide him with the opportunity to prove one more time, that "it's not a handicap unless you say it is, and I refuse to say it", instead he will always turn what others see and say is a handicap, in to his greatest asset, as he goes through life proving to himself and more importantly to others, that he is as capable of true greatness as any other kid in College Ball or in the NFL.

    With all that said, I project that we have a really impressive showing against the Green Bay Packers, tonight, If we go out and play our game like we are capable of playing, it, run, run, run, control the clock, score, and shut down Rodgers passing attack, we can handle the Packers pretty easily.

    If our Defense is fired up and ready to play , they will stop the running game early, keep a lot of pressure on Rogers but even more importantly cover his receivers. The Packers are coming in wounded. Hopefully Ken Norton understands that we need to tighten up our coverage by our defensive secondary, we have traditionally excelled in man to man coverage, causing fumbles and intercepting passes thrown under pressure, that is what took us to the Super Bowl twice and will take us there again this year too, if we can make that lst little tweak in our game.

    We really are looking so damn good on all sides of the ball, offense, defense, special teams, and there is absolutely no reason we can find ourselves in the Super Bowl at seasons end. We can get there loosing game, but one Ace in the hole is that unless we really implode the Rams are going to have to get past us to get themselves into Super Bowl contention.
    Statistically we should beat there butts soundily in the next showdown, and should have beaten them both times we played them this year..

    I'm not making excuses for our losses to them or the Chargers, we can't afford to let these teams get that close to winning in our games with them, We have so improved, but have made hurt urseles as well. I don't care if we run the ball every damn play the rest f the season, and Russell Willson never throws another pass. If we can average 3.3 yards a run, that 3 and a 1st every damn time. We have the talent on our denfese to play Legion of Boom style and quality football and start denying our opponents the points we have been giving them this season. I really think it's time for Pete and Kenny to have a sit down and get the BOOM back in the Legion, it won't take much, Pete has the formula and Kenny has delivered on it before and can again.

    Hell maybe they ought to hire me to point out where they are screwing up and how to get it right lol. You know I'm joking right? I bought a referee shirt from the second hand store the other day that I'm going to start wearing on football days, my wife tells me I always reffing the game non stop from start to finish anyways, ha ha, may as well dress the part. I am a true Seahawk 12 Homer, and love this organization so much. Pete Carroll is gonna do it again in 2018-2019, like only he can do it.

    Seattle Seahawks 43 vs Green Bay Packers 17.

    If the Legion of Boom, steps it up in this game and lowers the Boom, like we all know they can, we could see Erin Rogers setting on the sidelines with that damn smirk wiped off his face, and cheering for his backup most of the game. That is the key difference between Erin and Russell, Erin can't take a lickin and keep on ticken, Russell can and does game after game after game, Look for Chris Carson, Raashad Penny, Mike Davis, Shaquem Griffin and Michael Dixon, oh and of course our leading rusher, Russell Wilson to really shine brighter than all the rest tonight.
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  • To the couple of you who predicted 27-24 (Pumpkin and Montana, I think. . . ), well done!

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  • Ad Hawk wrote:To the couple of you who predicted 27-24 (Pumpkin and Montana, I think. . . ), well done!

    Go Hawks


    Thanks!

    ..............BTW is there any kind of prize for that? I never checked. Like a swift kick in the ass?

    Bet people would be lining up to give me that one. ;)
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  • Sometimes we get lucky. :roll:
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  • Ad Hawk wrote:To the couple of you who predicted 27-24 (Pumpkin and Montana, I think. . . ), well done!

    Go Hawks


    Dang I was off by 1 for each team! LOL

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  • Aros wrote:
    Ad Hawk wrote:To the couple of you who predicted 27-24 (Pumpkin and Montana, I think. . . ), well done!

    Go Hawks


    Dang I was off by 1 for each team! LOL

    (28-23)


    Just a tad bit optimistic, that's all. Maybe a little bit less Hawks-homer, next time, Aros, and you'll nail it.
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  • Pumpkin and Montana must have used the same crystal ball. Good job! :2thumbs:
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