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    Re: Monday Night Football: New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks - preview and predi

    I'm sorry to keep saying this in every Seattle game, but come on, who else doesn't want to slap that cud out of Carrols pie hole?
     
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    LOL Sherman. You mad bro?
     
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    Sherperson is such a Richard.
    Nice drive Brees.
     
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    Monday Night Football: New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks - preview and p...

    Seattle lets them score and the crowd boos. At least we wait until half time at Gillette lol
     
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    LOL @ these clowns. Guess the Saints hurt their feelings...
     
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    Dick Sherman is first class db, and a defensive back.
     
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    Running up the score doesn't exist in a conference game as long points scored is a tie-breaker.
     
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    We better hope so. Still time for seagles and cowboys to choke. I'll face Seattle or New Orleans anyday over the friggin Giants.
     
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    Dick, do you even lift?
     
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    Re: Monday Night Football: New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks - preview and predi

    Not so sure on Seattle. From what I can see, they play a lot of cover 3 on D with a rotating strong side safety. The way to defeat this is with plenty of seams and screens and we have that in Vereen and one of the best seam runners in Gronk. It also seems that they're playing some zone underneath and that's the one thing Brady will feast on.

    I understand that Wilson will be a nightmare to contain, but again, if we are playing them in New York in February, his mobility is going to be greatly limited in bad weather.
     
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    Oh yeah, Sherman. Scream at the ref for a blatant penalty.
     
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    Re: Monday Night Football: New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks - preview and predi

    "Stephen A Smith [email protected] 17m
    This is freakin embarrassing. Game over and the first quarter hasn't even ended. I thought I was watching Seattle vs. N.O. -- not the Jets!"

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    Seattle is hard to like. Carroll doesn't do much to put a lid on player crapola.
     
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    Monday Night Football: New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks - preview and p...

    Seahawks defenders are all jacked up on something
     
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    Re: Monday Night Football: New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks - preview and predi

    I hate when people claim the game is over that quickly. Especially when it's one of the top teams that is down. Just check out our game threads, you'll usually find quite a few of those.
     
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    Americans trying to do English accents. Freakin' hilarious.
     
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    Sherman is absolutely marvelous, in all sorts of ways. You'll always have fun watching him.
     
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    Monday Night Football: New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks - preview and p...

    They are the same people that probably thought NE would lose. There is a reason why you play 60 minutes and have 2 halves. Granted NO is on the road, I would still not count that team out.
     
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    Re: Monday Night Football: New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks - preview and predi

    The Seahawks D philosophy is pretty straight-forward. Stack the box and force teams to throw. They play man-to-man on the outside more than a zone-based scheme.

    The teams that have had the most amount of success against them this season were the ones that could run between the tackles and put a hat on hat on the second level. They try to force teams to be one-dimensional so they can use their pass rush to tee-off on the QB.

    The Saints running game isn't that great, especially with the ever mediocre Ingram getting significant snaps. Now with the deficit, New Orleans is playing basically right into their hands. They're going to have to throw their way back into it.
     

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