1. Standard memberbill718
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    24 Sep '14 01:141 edit
    Judging by last weeks game with Denver, it's clear the super bowl champs have slipped a notch. They were slapped around in San Diego, then returned home to win a game against Denver by a very slim margin. Granted, Seattle has a very tough schedule, and they are still a talented team, but don't look for a repeat of last years preformance.
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    24 Sep '14 10:36
    Originally posted by bill718
    Judging by last weeks game with Denver, it's clear the super bowl champs have slipped a notch. They were slapped around in San Diego, then returned home to win a game against Denver by a very slim margin. Granted, Seattle has a very tough schedule, and they are still a talented team, but don't look for a repeat of last years preformance.
    They weren't slapped around by San Diego. The score was closer than it appeared. Seattle scored 21 points in just over 17 mins of action. They didnt play well and San Diego played amazing yet still seattle was in a position to win twice at the end of the game.

    The reality of that game was seattle being out schemed not overmatched. Tip your hat to the coaches down is sunny San Diego.
  3. This is embarrasking
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    13 Oct '14 13:19
    Originally posted by MISTER CHESS
    They weren't slapped around by San Diego. The score was closer than it appeared. Seattle scored 21 points in just over 17 mins of action. They didnt play well and San Diego played amazing yet still seattle was in a position to win twice at the end of the game.

    The reality of that game was seattle being out schemed not overmatched. Tip your hat to the coaches down is sunny San Diego.
    So what is the reason the Cowboys beat the heck out of them then. The score was close because of turnovers. Hats off to Seattle for their Special teams, and ball stealing techniques, but the Cowboys rubbed Seattle's nose in the dirt in a very physical hard fought game. Especially on the line. Both lines. Offensively and defensively. Dallas running game was awesome against the so called stingy run stopping Seattle defense. Seattle moving down or Cowboys getting a lot better?
  4. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    14 Oct '14 06:03
    Originally posted by cashthetrash
    So what is the reason the Cowboys beat the heck out of them then. The score was close because of turnovers. Hats off to Seattle for their Special teams, and ball stealing techniques, but the Cowboys rubbed Seattle's nose in the dirt in a very physical hard fought game. Especially on the line. Both lines. Offensively and defensively. Dallas running game ...[text shortened]... called stingy run stopping Seattle defense. Seattle moving down or Cowboys getting a lot better?
    Thumbs Up!
  5. Standard memberbill718
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    14 Oct '14 16:03
    Originally posted by cashthetrash
    So what is the reason the Cowboys beat the heck out of them then. The score was close because of turnovers. Hats off to Seattle for their Special teams, and ball stealing techniques, but the Cowboys rubbed Seattle's nose in the dirt in a very physical hard fought game. Especially on the line. Both lines. Offensively and defensively. Dallas running game ...[text shortened]... called stingy run stopping Seattle defense. Seattle moving down or Cowboys getting a lot better?
    Seattle moving down or Cowboys getting a lot better?[/b]

    It's a bit of both I think, Seattle lost some talent through trades and salary cap issues, Dallas is an improved team. Such is life in the NFL...
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