pcbball12 wrote: Could all of this mean squat? Sure. These are just facts being presented.
Of course it means squat. The game was 3 months ago. Atlanta is playing much better now with wins in 5 of 6 games... the loss being a 1 point gift wrapped game for KC.
Not sure if you can say the same thing about Seattle... even as a neutral observer I don't know if I'd be sold on the Seahawks based on a home game vs the Lions and their 4 finger QB who had receivers who couldn't find their hands.
It was still a 10-6 game after 3 quarters before Detroit decided to end all doubt as to who the worst team was.
Not to mention P-Rich has opened up some solid downfield options for RW. I have a feeling the Seahawks are about to show the rest of the country what they've known all season. This team is FULL of epic offensive talent. P-Rich, Graham, Baldwin, Rawls, a HEALTHY RW, Prosise, Reese, Hester..... maybe good Kearse will even show up for work. If the O-line does their job I expect to see a lot of slack jawed fans in the Georgia Dome.
Big hairy prediction: P-rich Fly Sweep for a TD ala Percy Harvin.
Nobody said the Seahawks didn't have offensive talent. The O Line is the source of all your issues as it's been all season.
Hawkpower wrote:Just pointing out that our returning starters make that gap much narrower than you are praying for.
... and still doesn't offset the fact the game is in Atlanta.
That is HUGE whether you want to admit it or not.