Mad Dog wrote:Could we be in trouble? Sure. As could every team. But we won 11 games last year and most of them were tight affairs. I think that's due to Pete's obsession with playing the clock an softening the D late in games we are ahead. It wins but it does produce more nail biters than you'd like to see.
I'll worry about losing when we start losing. I still think for the most part that injuries are the key arbiters in win loss record for teams with great QB's. I doubt scheme is going to be the cause of our demise, if it happens. It will be because too may important guys go down (think Wilson, Wagner, Adams, Brown, Lockett, Carson)
Welshers wrote:I actually found a great article in the Seattle Times on the topic. I'd recommend checking it out.
https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/sea ... ose-games/
Welshers wrote:Is the combined record of teams we've beaten so far... Our point differential on the YEAR is +34. But every game has been close in the fourth quarter. I am thrilled to be 5-0 and I love, love, love this team. But is this an issue? Could we be in trouble vs better opponents? Just wondering peoples thoughts. Personally I think we are in every single game with Russel Wilson. And we have proved the last two years that we can compete with any team in the league any given Sunday. And this is just how we win games, regardless of our opposition. Still a bit of a concerning statistic though.
94Smith wrote:You play who is on the schedule. It was the same thing with the niners last year. Everyone said at the start of the year they had not played anyone good. but if you look at it if you took the Seahawks wins out of the overall record they would be 8-14 which isn't too bad. Seahawks will be in the top 3 in the NFC seeds at the end of the year, no doubt