ptisme wrote:SeAhAwKeR4life wrote:Green Bay is truly a shadow of their former selves.
That said we aren't that good. Do we really have a chance here? If we do it's only because of Russell Wilson. I'm not that optimistic about this game. I love my Seahawks though and know just having Wilson alone can be enough. I just do not have faith in our D, like much at all.
And we will be playing the refs; call me a conspiracy theorist, but come on, all the big market teams that got knocked out on wildcard weekend? The NFL is gonna be nervous. I'm certain Goodhell wants to see a GB/SF championship, that way at least one BIG fanbase NFC team is guaranteed to represent the NFC. I know, the NFL would never steer a game right?
I'll be watching, I'll be praying, but is there really hope?
I'm not sure about this... GB is not the passing attack team they were a few years ago... But I think they are built better now for a playoff run: Strong rush offense and a defense that can apply pressure and get off the field in the 4th quarter..
As far as the refs being an excuse, A Seahawks fan is the LAST person who should be discussing the refs giving a team a win...
They were very average against the LIONS. Against a rookie Blough who was a few throws away from winning that game. Rodgers missed SO MANY passes in that game. There defense was getting carved up by the Lions running game. I think some people here are completely myopic, they say dumb things like "we aren't that good." What does that even mean? We've beaten 2 of the top 4 NFC teams already... the SEAHAWKS with all there injuries can play with ANYBODY and it's proof by being 1" short of winning the NFC West title. The game will be close this Sunday and will be decided in the 4th quarter. to expect anything else is to deny how things have been the last 7 years. Seattle rarely, get's blown out or loses by 9 or more points. Usually if we lose it's a 1 score afair.