In No Particular Order:
The Seahawks of Pete Carroll and John Schneider go bold, taking chances on unconventional players that might not appeal to other teams.
"This might be the one team with the luxury of selecting the best player available" ... "the most glaring weak spot is kicker"
pehawk wrote:I have a boner, right now, as I type this.
The Yugoslavian wrote:Any given Sunday my friend. They do have the better roster. Not much debate there
IronSaint wrote:LOL, Atlanta? $10 says we'll sweep them again this year. We're 11-3 vs. the Falcons since 2006, (7-1 in NO, 4-2 in ATL), with 4 seasons swept in 7 years.
Last time they really swept us was in 2002 (the year of the re-alignment); I say 'really swept' us because they beat us twice in 2005, but that season can't even be counted with all the distress Katrina caused. The "home game" for us was actually in San Antonio.
The Falcons have a better roster?
Seahawk Sailor wrote:I wouldn't really even argue with the order you posted there. All these teams have some strong rosters, and it's hard to argue the other four teams have worse rosters than the Seahawks, really.