quote: Seattle has a better chance to go all the way if they win than Washington IMO
I agree with this. Seattle has a VERY physical secondary, but if RGIII is healthy enough to make plays with his scrambling ability, it will only help their chances of keeping the Seahawks secondary confused all game.
USAF Hart Georgia Fan My House Member since Jun 2011 10235 posts
re: Redskins vs. Seahawks at FedEx Field - Who ya got?Posted by USAF Hart on 1/4/13 at 10:08 am to PuntBamaPunt
good lord he fricked up those three dudes almost effortlessly. BUT, it was also after the fair catch signal so the Cardinals weren't exactly trying too hard. Especially the poor fella who got blown up at the end
SM6 Navy Fan Chicago Member since Jul 2008 6948 posts
re: Redskins vs. Seahawks at FedEx Field - Who ya got?Posted by SM6 on 1/4/13 at 11:48 am to DownSouthCrawfish
Seattle is red hot, but so are the Skins... Alfred Morris is going to pound pound pound and RG3 will hit just enough passes to keep them honest. The key to the game will be if the Skins D can keep Wilson from scrambling. D-Hall has displayed only moderate to occasionally no suckage these past few weeks... so I'm fine letting Hasslet mix up the coverage to try and force a turnover or two.
If the Skins win the turnover battle, I think they win at home. But it's going to be a close one.
RGIII is obviously not healthy. That Seattle Defense is nasty. The Hawks will stack the box and put their two big time corners on Garcon and Moss and will shut down Morris. I still think it will be a close game by way of a couple of Wilson TO's but Seattle will pull it out. 20-17 Hawks.