drastik wrote:TaterHawk wrote:Best matchup this year. Washington’s D is not very good simple as that. Seattle is a more balanced team overall (possibly the best in the league as far as all around balance) but young teams have issues on the road. Everything I’ve seen and what I know about both teams this one is a split 50/50. 10 games against each other (at Washington) would have these teams both .500. I see some edge Seattle and some edge to Washington. Both teams want to take away the run and force these QB’s to throw. Wilson is less likely to take risk when receivers are covered. RW3 will fire and pray, not a good idea with this group of DB’s. Seattle tends to get conservative (game management) on the road, where Washington will be more likely to take risk for some possible big plays. Seattle is exposed to the short passing game over the middle with the type of offense Washington runs (I smell some holding calls on Trufant, and our LB’s getting sucked up out of position). The QB most likely to press and make a rookie mistakes in this game…RW3. Wilson is the smartest QB as a rookie that I’ve ever seen. RW3 will press at times when he should go down or throw it away.
Looking down the road this is the game a fear most in all possible playoff matchups for Seattle
When you say RW3 are you referring to RG3 or Wilson?
If you're referring to RG3, you're analysis of him is very wrong, he has protected the ball better than any QB in the NFL.
This will be a fun game. Redskins have a top 5 offense, Seahawks have a top 5 defense.
Redskins have one of the worst defenses in the entire league, Seahawks have an offense ranked in the bottom half of the league.
Don't let that stat about Seattle's offense fool you. Since PC and Bevell have taken the handcuffs off of Russell Wilson, it has been very dynamic, maybe more so than even the Redskins'.