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MNF: Seahawks at Rams

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seattles offense has consisted of 1 play tonight. outside of that 80yd pass, they haven't done poo.

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I've heard some Seahawks fans say that Smitty was Tate's favorite receiver... lol I think that taunt was him having 89's back.

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Honestly, this type of performance really makes our defense appear superior. We held Stacy to 56 yards on a 3.1 average. The Hawks' D surrendered 100 yards on 19 carries before half-time.

both our offense and defense. we put up 30 on the rams, and Seattle barely has 30yds outside of one big play.

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How did we let this team beat us?!

Well, to be fair, St. Louis has a more physical secondary than ours. It's a trade-off though. Their run defense sucks, so the Rams have to load the box. If the secondary doesn't hold up, they'll get shredded by Wilson because their safeties aren't providing proper over the top help for the corners.

With us, we can afford to drop seven into coverage and only rush four. That said, we give opposing wideouts too much cushion because of our zone scheme. Yet, we're not allowing the "big play" to happen.

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I've heard some Seahawks fans say that Smitty was Tate's favorite receiver... lol I think that taunt was him having 89's back.

I heard that too. Tate is supposedly a big 89 fan. It wouldn't shock me if Golden was taunting Jenkins because of last week.

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Seattle looking mighty average tonight.

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Well, to be fair, St. Louis has a more physical secondary than ours. It's a trade-off though. Their run defense sucks, so the Rams have to load the box. If the secondary doesn't hold up, they'll get shredded by Wilson because their safeties aren't providing proper over the top help for the corners.

With us, we can afford to drop seven into coverage and only rush four. That said, we give opposing wideouts too much cushion because of our zone scheme. Yet, we're not allowing the "big play" to happen.

 

Yeah we definitely need draft a CB in the first or second round next year so we can stack the box every now and then.

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