We're shaping up to play GB in the Playoffs

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  • Slick wrote:No talk of playoffs for this team yet. I want to see them beat the Rams next week. Don't care how we beat them or by how much, just win.


    Well you will be sorely disappointed if that is all you are hoping for.

    We play the Cards next week. :D
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  • HawkFan72 wrote:
    Slick wrote:No talk of playoffs for this team yet. I want to see them beat the Rams next week. Don't care how we beat them or by how much, just win.


    Well you will be sorely disappointed if that is all you are hoping for.

    We play the Cards next week. :D


    Sorry, insert Tards for Rams.
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  • Yea I'm still not convinced after traveling to Miami and seeing the team play like shit. I'm happy we won today but I don't know if "We wan't the ball and were going to score" will work.
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  • We want the ball and we're going to score!
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  • The team needs to drink Pantherpiss all week. Eat nothing but raw zebra liver. Then they will be confident.
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  • Fox0r wrote:Uh oh....first round versus Green Bay in Green Bay. That's scary.


    Seattle will host their first playoff game because they are going to win the division.
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  • Again with this? Are you kidding me? Do you need a swift kick to the hippocampus?! (look it up)

    One
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    time!

    Let's go ahead and play the final four games, just for kicks, and see what happens.
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  • I don't see how anyone can be counting on a playoff berth with suspensions facing our starting CBs. I want it as much as the next guy but we've also seen this team lose to teams they have no business losing to. I know it's cliche' folks but damn, one game at a time.
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  • hawksfansinceday1 wrote:I don't see how anyone can be counting on a playoff berth with suspensions facing our starting CBs. I want it as much as the next guy but we've also seen this team lose to teams they have no business losing to. I know it's cliche' folks but damn, one game at a time.


    None of the four teams we have remaining have elite passers. If we were paying the Romo/Roders/Brady/Stafford kind of stretch, yeah.

    But 3 at home, 1 indoors and at 1 pm PDT (Buffalo)...there couldn't be a better time to absorb it.
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  • FlyingGreg wrote:
    hawksfansinceday1 wrote:I don't see how anyone can be counting on a playoff berth with suspensions facing our starting CBs. I want it as much as the next guy but we've also seen this team lose to teams they have no business losing to. I know it's cliche' folks but damn, one game at a time.


    None of the four teams we have remaining have elite passers. If we were paying the Romo/Roders/Brady/Stafford kind of stretch, yeah.

    But 3 at home, 1 indoors and at 1 pm PDT (Buffalo)...there couldn't be a better time to absorb it.

    Yeah but as you likely saw in the other thread Greg, the appeal meetings haven't even been scheduled and Clayton says there's a "good chance" they play again next week. If all 4 games of the suspensions are upheld and we were to get GB in the playoffs, I shudder at the thought of Tru trying to cover any of the Packers' receivers save for Driver. In fact any team in ther playoiffs is likely to throw well. Now if the suspensions were reduced to 2 games then they'd be back and I for one would be a helluva lot more comfortable.
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  • Ah well... thats nice... at least Seahawks now have a balanced mind state. Both Optimistic and Pesimistic, ah yes.
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  • hawksfansinceday1 wrote:
    FlyingGreg wrote:
    hawksfansinceday1 wrote:I don't see how anyone can be counting on a playoff berth with suspensions facing our starting CBs. I want it as much as the next guy but we've also seen this team lose to teams they have no business losing to. I know it's cliche' folks but damn, one game at a time.


    None of the four teams we have remaining have elite passers. If we were paying the Romo/Roders/Brady/Stafford kind of stretch, yeah.

    But 3 at home, 1 indoors and at 1 pm PDT (Buffalo)...there couldn't be a better time to absorb it.

    Yeah but as you likely saw in the other thread Greg, the appeal meetings haven't even been scheduled and Clayton says there's a "good chance" they play again next week. If all 4 games of the suspensions are upheld and we were to get GB in the playoffs, I shudder at the thought of Tru trying to cover any of the Packers' receivers save for Driver. In fact any team in ther playoiffs is likely to throw well. Now if the suspensions were reduced to 2 games then they'd be back and I for one would be a helluva lot more comfortable.


    Nothing we can do it about. I'm not going to lose sleep over things we don't have control of.
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  • MontanaHawk05 wrote:I'm pretty nervous. We caught Aaron Rodgers during the early season when he was off his game for some reason. I have a hard time thinking Seattle will be reproducing that eight-sack performance on the road.

    Yeah, He is pretty busy making Pizza Hut commercials and placing his fingers over other mens lips. Dont know why he is distracted.
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