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Raider12 02.01.2019 02:09 PM

Wildcard. Seahawks @ Cowboys.
 
Game day thread.


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lee harris 10 02.01.2019 07:48 PM

like Seattle in this game because Wilson wont make those costly mistake but Prescott will give the Seahawks defence chances for turnovers.

RichardCunliffe 02.01.2019 09:55 PM

I worry about the Seahawks defensive front. If they get off to a good start and the Cowboys are playing catch up then the likes of Frank Clark could start to make big plays on crucial downs.

Corraling Wilson is always tough, but I think the Cowboys D will get to him enough. Stopping the Seahawks ground game might be the key actually. The Cowboys interior D line could really do with Tyrone Crawford being healthy for this one.

Parrott1971 03.01.2019 12:35 PM

Think it will be a close game, but expect Dak to make a couple of mistakes and end our season.

Hawks 21-20 Boys

Tamar Raider 04.01.2019 11:15 AM

I've been impressed with the Cowboys this season especially once they signed Cooper from us, I think they'll win this one.

Seahawks 28 - 31 Cowboys

goodkarma84 05.01.2019 03:48 AM

pretty sure the Cowboys will win this one at home, they have the setup to be a troublesome playoff team.

DarwinTheAardvark 05.01.2019 06:05 PM

Tough one to call. Can’t really get a handle on this Dallas side, while Seattle have exceeded my expectations but have still thrown in the occasional dud performance. Think home field advantage and a big game from Zeke sees Dallas through.

Cowboys 24 Seahawks 17

RichardCunliffe 05.01.2019 06:16 PM

I want to know what Seattle did in the off season to kick start their running game. 12 months ago their O line was seen as below average. Chris Carson and Mike Davis weren't exactly tearing up the league last season either.

Tyler Lockett seems to have benefitted too from Seattle's success on the ground.

Maybe that's the key, Lockett and the ground game have benefitted from each other.

DarwinTheAardvark 05.01.2019 06:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RichardCunliffe (Post 2391755)
I want to know what Seattle did in the off season to kick start their running game. 12 months ago their O line was seen as below average. Chris Carson and Mike Davis weren't exactly tearing up the league last season either.

Tyler Lockett seems to have benefitted too from Seattle's success on the ground.

Maybe that's the key, Lockett and the ground game have benefitted from each other.

Must have been hiring Brian Schottenheimer as OC... :D

lee harris 10 05.01.2019 07:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RichardCunliffe (Post 2391755)
I want to know what Seattle did in the off season to kick start their running game. 12 months ago their O line was seen as below average. Chris Carson and Mike Davis weren't exactly tearing up the league last season either.

Tyler Lockett seems to have benefitted too from Seattle's success on the ground.

Maybe that's the key, Lockett and the ground game have benefitted from each other.

the offence went from 34 passes a game in 2017 to just over 26 per game this season so maybe not a great difference but running the ball sets up play action and keeps you ahead of the chains.

the offence has given up 51 sacks this season(up from 43 last year) so maybe they are still not that good.


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