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Seahawk Fans Expecting Blowout in Week 1

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They know about Armanti Edward's camp performances... right... RIGHT???!!

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we are an afterthought.

 

i think the defense can do ok, but i'm not liking what i've seen from our offense this preseason. they have every right to be that confident. they have looked really good.

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And they know we signed wharton?

Lol, nice touch.

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Heck, one of them didn't even realize they played us Week 1.  I think most of their fans are solely focused on their home opener in Week 2 against the 49ers.

 

I think the players are too.

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Hope we can beat them, would be a huge win to start the year. But I can't blame them for thinking that way

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Does any team overlook opening weekend?

 

I mean some show up unprepared in general, but no one overlooks opening weekend.

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I think it'll be a real close one just like last year.

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Can't blame them for not knowing they play us in week1. But, they are gonna be in for a rude awakening.

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