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How Far Will The Seahawks Go In The Playoffs?

One and done.
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Beat the Rams, lose in the divisional round.
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Win the divisional, lose in the NFCCG.
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Win the NFC Championship, lose in the Super Bowl.
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2020 Super Bowl Champions!
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Total votes : 93

  • Let's hear from the 12's. How far do you think the Hawks go?
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  • Just a heads up, I've noticed that a lot of people here think "one and done" means winning in the WC round and then losing in the divisional round. So you might want to either clarify, or edit the 1st option in your poll to something like "lose in the WC round".
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  • Beat the Rams (big maybe) and lose next round.
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  • No idea pard. Like I've said all along, I think we're good enough to beat anyone, and can be bad enough to lose to anyone. Nearly every game has been a close one that could have gone the other way. Just not enough to hang the hat on either way.
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  • I think we get past the Rams (though I'm not terribly confident), but I'm having a really hard time seeing this team getting past the Saints (who I think is by far our most likely opponent in the divisional round).
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  • I know a lot of people here that are very optimistic about Seattle’s chances to advance to the Super Bowl but I’ve seen too many games where Seattle is hot and cold.

    They can put up points fast, or they struggle mightily to score 20 points.

    It’s hard for Seattle to have back to back high fast scoring games especially towards the end of the regular season and in the post season.

    The inconsistency with the offense worries me.

    I want to say Seattle will stack points every game, but it just does not happen consistently.

    But this is just my take.
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  • I called it before the season started, we lose to the pac at Lambo. :229031_shrug:
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  • I'm not confident in this Rams game.

    I really hope I'm wrong. Please prove me wrong. I voted 1 and done unfortunately
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  • We gonna beat up on Nawlins...after thaht.....sorry.
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  • The offense worries me...wouldnt of said that in October.
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  • Appyhawk wrote:No idea pard. Like I've said all along, I think we're good enough to beat anyone, and can be bad enough to lose to anyone.


    The super-aggravating thing about being a Seahawks fan in the Pete Carroll era. We play down to the most INFERIOR competition nearly every single time. We've had some truly amazing wins against opponents that should have beaten us because we also play UP to competition, but I'll be damned if it's not hard to stomach watching us look like a 6-10 squad a couple times every single season against an actual 6-10 (or worse) squad when we're much better than them in reality.
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  • Chapow wrote:I think we get past the Rams (though I'm not terribly confident), but I'm having a really hard time seeing this team getting past the Saints (who I think is by far our most likely opponent in the divisional round).

    This is where I am as well. I think we beat the Rams in a very close game, and lose to NO. Like everyone else here, I would love to see them go all the way and bring that trophy home to Seattle, and I will be glued to my tv and rooting hard for them every second of the way. But to honestly predict this team going to the SB based on what we've been seeing in recent weeks, particularly from the offense, would be disingenuous on my part. Of course I would love to be wrong, and if so, I will be the first person here to admit it, and eat my share of well-deserved crow.

    The fact is, our offense is very inconsistent and has been for quite some time now, and despite what some claim, Russ is not playing like the Russ we're all used to seeing. Hoping he can turn it on and find his mojo again. If that happens and the defense holds up, then we have a chance against anyone and the skies the limit as far as I'm concerned.

    Defensively, while much improved, we really don't know what we have because let's face it, we haven't exactly been playing the top tier teams or QB's during this recent span. And to make matters worse, I don't think Adams or Reed are going to play, and that's two very big losses on our defense, particularly Adams.

    If we can get past the Rams, hopefully they'll both be ready to go against NO because we'll definitely need them. I know at least Adams will be chomping at the bit to get on the field. I know he's hungry and we may even see him against the Rams for all I know.
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  • 8 Straight Todd!

    People are underwhelming this team, but i see an offense that is better than 2013/2014 and about to click, and an Elite Defense!

    Our offense has been playing the best defenses in the league, yet iirc, have won 6 of the last 7 games. #1 2020 NFL defense? The Rams at a miserly 18.8 ppg! Right behind them is Washington, Miami, Giants, Patriots, and not to far beyond that? The 49ers and Cardinals!

    Our defense in the last quarter has been top 5, if not #1, scoring defense in the NFL.

    Nope, I see us winning 8 Straight, and exposing the Packers, Saints, and Rams offense.


    (The Rams offense has NOT scored a single Touchdown in 2 weeks!)
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  • Going all the way
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  • Hell if I know. The Seahawks can beat any team and lose to any team. Get those rings, Seahawks!
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  • They take out the Rams at home then go to the Saints that's the close game nail biter all the way and the Saints and the Fans cry foul on a bad call then we get TB at home.
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  • The D seems to have found their groove , but Wilson runs hot and cold this year . Who knows ?
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  • Appyhawk wrote:No idea pard. Like I've said all along, I think we're good enough to beat anyone, and can be bad enough to lose to anyone. Nearly every game has been a close one that could have gone the other way. Just not enough to hang the hat on either way.


    See it the same way.

    Never know what's going to happen this year.
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  • If the Saints lose in the playoffs to another awful break / bad call that would be quite amusing :D

    For my own expectations? Similar to last year really, I think they will beat the Rams in a close game, mainly because Wofford doesnt convert red zone opportunities (or Goff if he plays at less than 100%). The expectation is that the Saints would then bounce us in round 2....

    However, I can't bring myself to write that. The offense this year is capable, and with Shell and Iuapati back in the lineup, in addition to a full complement of running backs I believe the scene is set for Russ to improve statistically and the offense to look far more dynamic again.

    If they beat the Saints, it would be Tampa at home or the Pack at Lambeau. I'd prefer the former to the latter but think we could run the ball down the Pack's throats in a cold weather game...

    Bring on Mahomes vs Russ in the superbowl where everyone is crowning the Chiefs before kick-off. I voted they will win it all because I'm a homer...but telling myself when healthy on both sides of the ball, this team means business.
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  • People can change. They rarely do.

    We already know the answer to this question, the only wildcards being:
    1. Whether recent injuries might make it worse.
    2. Is the Ken Norton improving fixed, or more a function of terrible & inconsistent QBs we have faced?

    In his entire career, without the LOB, Pete has never advanced past the wildcard win. However, he was likely instrumental in building the LOB, credit for the accomplishments, but without the LOB it makes little sense to expect more from him now.

    Stripped of the LOB, Pete's predilections hold him back. Pete's gameplan in the playoffs only works when you have one of the greatest secondaries in the history of the NFL. He has never won a divisional playoff game without the LOB, and since the SB loss he rarely isn't blown out by halftime.

    We have arguably the best WR group in the NFL.

    Do we put game plans in place to take advantage of that? Not really.

    We run out there with an all or nothing approach, expecting to chuck the ball long using long developing plays that rely on protection to hold up and referees to call the frequent contact from the defender before the ball arrives as the ball hangs in the air. Both rarely occur consistently, and instead of adapting - we shelve everything and go into our 'run into 8 man fronts' phase.

    We start to use quicker passes, moving our QB, and the middle of the field once we are down by a few TDs..(usually after halftime) and generally start clawing back. But by then it is usually too late.

    Don't expect us to come up with an effective, imaginative, or even rational gameplan that smartly leverages our greatest strength (QB+WR+TE). But instead, a gameplan that hinges on our greatest weaknesses, (Pass Pro and Defense. While our defense has been better lately, much of it can be attributed to playing garbage/inconsistent QBs.

    Knowing Pete won't change, here is the outcome:

    Rams - close win (if Adams is healthy or if we face Bad Goff)

    Divisional Playoff Game - Down 2-3 TDs by halftime, offense shifts at halftime and we start to make a comeback but lose by a TD or so.
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  • 38% think we’ll win the super bowl? I love the optimism and faith and I wish I could get behind that but I have to go by what I’ve been seeing in recent games and I don’t believe we can go deep in the playoffs against top quarterbacks by putting up the kind of offense that gets 3 yards in the entire 3rd quarter of a game. That isn’t an anomaly. That’s how we look in 3 out of 4 quarters of virtually every recent game we’ve been in.
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  • What part of Hawaii are you from? Our favorite place on the planet.
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  • Yeah with the overall Legion of Gloom tone on this board I am surprised winning it all is leading comfortably.

    That suggests to me that the LOG and "realists" are the ones that tend to post most often while the more optimistic are the lurkers making their vote count.
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  • If the planets are aligned right, all the way!
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  • Appyhawk wrote:No idea pard. Like I've said all along, I think we're good enough to beat anyone, and can be bad enough to lose to anyone. Nearly every game has been a close one that could have gone the other way. Just not enough to hang the hat on either way.

    X2. I kind of think that for any nfc team left.
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  • They'll have to beat Rams, Saints, Packers/Bucs, and Chiefs in consecutive games.

    Chances are slim, but they only lost by 5 points to the Packers in the div round last playoffs despite the insane number of injuries.
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  • We are not going to be the 2020 Super Bowl Champions. Ya'll are sipping too much of that Kool-Aid. Any given sunday, sure, but I just dont see it.
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:What part of Hawaii are you from? Our favorite place on the planet.


    From Kaneohe, Oahu! In reality though I’ve since moved up to Washington State and live in Kirkland, but my folks still live back in Hawaii so I visit regularly. Went back in March with my girlfriend who had never been before and it was fantastic getting to show her around! things were starting to shut down though so we didn’t do it all by any means, tons to show her and I can’t wait haha.

    Sadly however she’s a vegan so food-wise we are very limited. I got her kids hooked on spam though so that’s a win for me hehe :)
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  • Nice. My wife and I have been to Maui twice and once on the big island (Kona)
    Lahaina is our favorite spot in Maui. So gorgeous out there, and some of the hikes are ridiculous. Haleakala Crater, Lahaina Pali Trail etc. Just feels like a true, relaxing place to vacation. You can spend an entire day on the beach, doing nothing at all, and it's a great day. Can't wait to get back out there. Thinking we may hit Kauai next time.

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  • Confetti in February. Sweet Pete Redemption
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  • The mentality of this team is unmatched in the NFL... to me that is the biggest factor... Hawks are going to win the SB there is no doubt in my mind...


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  • Beat rams.

    Beat saints.

    Unsure after.
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  • This ^
    The team is 12-4, but they certainly are inconsistent at times. What Seahawk team will show up etc.
    It's a legit concern. I love our chances, but the NFC is pretty wide open imo.
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  • I guarantee we win the Super Bowl.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    Appyhawk wrote:No idea pard. Like I've said all along, I think we're good enough to beat anyone, and can be bad enough to lose to anyone.


    The super-aggravating thing about being a Seahawks fan in the Pete Carroll era. We play down to the most INFERIOR competition nearly every single time. We've had some truly amazing wins against opponents that should have beaten us because we also play UP to competition, but I'll be damned if it's not hard to stomach watching us look like a 6-10 squad a couple times every single season against an actual 6-10 (or worse) squad when we're much better than them in reality.


    Agreed. And if you recall, the Chuck Knox era Seahawks were the exact same way. Must be something in the water.
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  • Prediction? We barely squeak out a win Saturday, then lose in NO.

    But if Russell and the offense don't switch up their schemes, formations and tempo? I can easily see the Rams coming in here and holding our offense to 10 points.

    IMO this is Schotty's most important game he's ever called. If he thinks he can just call business as usual with the slow plodding run the play clock to zero and allow the Rams defense to read every single play, know exactly what the play is and think he can match up to their #1 defense?

    We're gonna lose.
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  • Aircrew wrote:Agreed. And if you recall, the Chuck Knox era Seahawks were the exact same way. Must be something in the water.

    I don't really recall, to be honest; Knox was gone before I even turned 10 years old. I trust you on it though, lol.
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  • My prediction is whichever of us wins this weekend also wins the following weekend.

    Obviously that means I think Rams can beat GB. But, should that not happen: I think you can take NOLA.
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  • Sgt. Largent wrote:Prediction? We barely squeak out a win Saturday, then lose in NO.

    But if Russell and the offense don't switch up their schemes, formations and tempo? I can easily see the Rams coming in here and holding our offense to 10 points.

    IMO this is Schotty's most important game he's ever called. If he thinks he can just call business as usual with the slow plodding run the play clock to zero and allow the Rams defense to read every single play, know exactly what the play is and think he can match up to their #1 defense?

    We're gonna lose.



    I think when you play a team like the Rams with one of the best D's in the league, You have to not turn the ball over and execute with the opportunities that you get... we don't know what Schotty is going to do... but I'll tell ya what forcing the deep ball and taking a bunch of chances is NOT going to win this game against this D... The Hawks need to get their run game going and hit the deep ball when it is there... if it's not they just need to be patient and move the chains taking what is given to them...Hopefully schotty will exploit some favorable matchups...

    On The Rams are probably going to start wolford... if the Hawks can just play good solid D and get some pressure on him he will make mistakes and the Hawks will get some turnovers and win the Game...

    That's the way I see it...


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  • Shoot, they scored 20 last time. I think 20 would do it again. Just my opinion.....
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  • LTH wrote:
    Sgt. Largent wrote:Prediction? We barely squeak out a win Saturday, then lose in NO.

    But if Russell and the offense don't switch up their schemes, formations and tempo? I can easily see the Rams coming in here and holding our offense to 10 points.

    IMO this is Schotty's most important game he's ever called. If he thinks he can just call business as usual with the slow plodding run the play clock to zero and allow the Rams defense to read every single play, know exactly what the play is and think he can match up to their #1 defense?

    We're gonna lose.



    I think when you play a team like the Rams with one of the best D's in the league, You have to not turn the ball over and execute with the opportunities that you get... we don't know what Schotty is going to do... but I'll tell ya what forcing the deep ball and taking a bunch of chances is NOT going to win this game against this D... The Hawks need to get their run game going and hit the deep ball when it is there... if it's not they just need to be patient and move the chains taking what is given to them...Hopefully schotty will exploit some favorable matchups...

    On The Rams are probably going to start wolford... if the Hawks can just play good solid D and get some pressure on him he will make mistakes and the Hawks will get some turnovers and win the Game...

    That's the way I see it...


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    This is my fear, that Pete will think because the Rams start their backup he can play conservatively and win an ugly 14-6 type of game hoping that Russell can work his magic in the 4th quarter.

    IMO in the playoffs, it's time for gloves off throw the entire kitchen sink at teams, ESPECIALLY teams in your division that know how to scheme and frustrate your offense.

    So if I see the same slow run the play clock down to zero with Russell being hesitant and cautious? Then you will hear me screaming from my Puyallup house. Because that's how you lose in the playoffs.

    You can be careful with the football while still mixing up your formations, playcalling and tempo in order to beat a defense that's not only scary as hell, but knows your tendencies inside and out.
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  • Time to unleash a little, with a nice mix of the running game and short passing game.
    Can't just be ultra conservative. Need to get DK more in the mix imo. They did a pretty job of moving him around, and hitting him with quick passes when he was away from Ramsey. But, can get open against Ramsey, who obviously is a beast. But so is DK.
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  • Sgt. Largent wrote:
    LTH wrote:
    Sgt. Largent wrote:Prediction? We barely squeak out a win Saturday, then lose in NO.

    But if Russell and the offense don't switch up their schemes, formations and tempo? I can easily see the Rams coming in here and holding our offense to 10 points.

    IMO this is Schotty's most important game he's ever called. If he thinks he can just call business as usual with the slow plodding run the play clock to zero and allow the Rams defense to read every single play, know exactly what the play is and think he can match up to their #1 defense?

    We're gonna lose.



    I think when you play a team like the Rams with one of the best D's in the league, You have to not turn the ball over and execute with the opportunities that you get... we don't know what Schotty is going to do... but I'll tell ya what forcing the deep ball and taking a bunch of chances is NOT going to win this game against this D... The Hawks need to get their run game going and hit the deep ball when it is there... if it's not they just need to be patient and move the chains taking what is given to them...Hopefully schotty will exploit some favorable matchups...

    On The Rams are probably going to start wolford... if the Hawks can just play good solid D and get some pressure on him he will make mistakes and the Hawks will get some turnovers and win the Game...

    That's the way I see it...


    LTH


    This is my fear, that Pete will think because the Rams start their backup he can play conservatively and win an ugly 14-6 type of game hoping that Russell can work his magic in the 4th quarter.

    IMO in the playoffs, it's time for gloves off throw the entire kitchen sink at teams, ESPECIALLY teams in your division that know how to scheme and frustrate your offense.

    So if I see the same slow run the play clock down to zero with Russell being hesitant and cautious? Then you will hear me screaming from my Puyallup house. Because that's how you lose in the playoffs.

    You can be careful with the football while still mixing up your formations, playcalling and tempo in order to beat a defense that's not only scary as hell, but knows your tendencies inside and out.


    I agree they are going to have to mix up their formations but forcing the ball down field when it's not there against this D is going to force turnovers... If they get the run game going early it's going to wear down that D and open up the passing game... The Rams know this and will try to take the run game away...so I am hoping the hawks run early and often now matter what LA does...So I think you are right in that play calling and tempo are going to be key... but if they give up on the run game and start forcing $h!t it's not going to be pretty...

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  • weird year, it feels like Wilson could get hot again and we go all the way or flame out against the lambs
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:Time to unleash a little, with a nice mix of the running game and short passing game.
    Can't just be ultra conservative. Need to get DK more in the mix imo. They did a pretty job of moving him around, and hitting him with quick passes when he was away from Ramsey. But, can get open against Ramsey, who obviously is a beast. But so is DK.



    I really think the key to this game is for the Hawks to shut down the Rams run game and go after Wolford or Goff... probably Wolford... I just think if they can get constant pressure on Wilford he will turn the ball over...he will not be able to handle blitz packages thrown at him he doesn't have the experience... If the Hawks can not turn the ball over and score more than 20 points they got this...

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  • With Russel Wilson playing the way he has been playing? Not far at all.

    If Russel Wilson suddenly find his dangeRuss mojo? At least NFC championship game.

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  • RedAlice wrote:My prediction is whichever of us wins this weekend also wins the following weekend.

    Obviously that means I think Rams can beat GB. But, should that not happen: I think you can take NOLA.


    I think you are correct in the Rams being able to beat GB. I think Donald can grab the stick man known as AR rather well.

    Our team may win or lose it in N.O. as it would probably be a close game. Probably Over/Under 45.
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  • LTH wrote:The mentality of this team is unmatched in the NFL... to me that is the biggest factor... Hawks are going to win the SB there is no doubt in my mind...


    LTH


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  • RedAlice wrote:
    LTH wrote:The mentality of this team is unmatched in the NFL... to me that is the biggest factor... Hawks are going to win the SB there is no doubt in my mind...


    LTH


    :irishdrinkers:



    LTH wrote:You asked me a question...

    " when do you get to eat crow"


    Good question... I guess I eat crow when I'm wrong...


    [removed for language]


    LMAO!!!!


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