Both Patriots Nation and Broncos Country are looking forward to Brady/Manning XV. The rest of the planet will probably enjoy the game, too.
If there’s one thing the 4-1 Seahawks and the 3-2 Titans both do very well, it’s holding on to the ball. Ranking in the top three in turnover differential, the game may simply come down to who gives up the ball, not necessarily first, but who gives it up at all.
Already setting a new franchise record with four straight wins to start the season, Seattle looks to go 5-0 and remain one of the handful of still unbeaten teams
To quote legendary announcer Gorilla Monsoon, the game between the Houston Texans and the Seattle Seahawks may end up being “The irresistible force meets the immovable object…” as both teams rank in the top 10 in several key offensive and defensive statistics.
The whole point of playing the games is to actually see the results, not what should have happened. With Seattle atop the NFC West, their upcoming game against Jacksonville is one they cannot afford to look beyond.
Matt Ryan is still looking for his first playoff win, and he will have to continue his great play if he is going to get it against a streaking Seattle team.
Washington is a lot like the San Francisco team that was blown out by Seattle two weeks ago, but the Hawks will have to stop the running game and beat Jim Haslett’s exotic blitzes.
Jeff Fisher has the Rams on the cusp of their first winning season since 2003. That said, he realizes how tough it will be to beat a Seattle team that has scored 150 points the past three weeks and possesses the No. 1 scoring defense in the league. A fake field goal is not likely to be enough this time.
A division title and playoff spot are on the line between NFC West rivals Seattle and San Francisco, who are near twins with their hard-hitting defenses, great running games and quarterbacks playing beyond their years.
While Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch has ascended to the No. 2 rusher in the league in Seattle, C.J. Spiller has hardly been used in Buffalo.