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  • New England Patriots

    9 34.62%
  • Seattle Seahawks

    16 61.54%
  • It's a tie!

    1 3.85%
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    Week Six: New England Patriots (3-2) @ Seattle Seahawks (3-2)


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    Location: Century Link Field
    Sunday, October 14th at 4:05 PM ET
    TV: CBS


    Players To Watch


    Quarterback

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    Tom Brady, QB #12 - 1450 Yards / 8 TD 1 INT / 67.02 CMP% / 102.4 QB Rating
    Russell Wilson, QB #3 - 815 Yards / 5 TD 6 INT / 63.2 CMP% / 73.5 QB Rating

    Running Back

    ~VS~


    Stevan Ridley, RB #22 - 490 Yards / 102 Carries/ 4.8 YPC / 4 TD
    Marshawn Lynch, RB #24 - 508 Yards / 113 Carries/ 4.5 YPC/ 2 TD

    Wide Receiver

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    Wes Welker, WR #83 - 38 Catches / 484 Yards / 1 TD
    Sidney Rice, WR #18 - 17 Catches / 199 Yards / 1 TD


    Tight End

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    Rob Gronkowski, TE #87 - 23 Catches / 295 Yards / 3 TD
    Zach Miller, TE #86 - 12 Catches / 150 Yards / 0 TD


    Kicker

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    Stephen Gostkowski, K #3 - 11 FGM / 14 FGA / 18 XPM / 18 XPA
    Steven Hauschka, K #4 - 10 FGM / 11 FGA / 8 XPM / 8 XPA


    Tackles Leader

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    Jerod Mayo, LB #51 - 52
    K.J. Wright, LB #50 - 34


    Sacks Leader

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    Chandler Jones, DE #95 - 3.0
    Chris Clemons, DE #91 - 5.5


    Interceptions Leader

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    Devin McCourty, CB #32 - 2
    Richard Sherman, CB #25 - 2


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    Thanks man.

    I just don't see us winning this. Even with our D, the Pats can put up tons of points. I can't see us holding them to under 20, and we can't seem to score that much either.

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    Nice thread, but we're good, we just need to cut down our miscues, no more catching it and throwing it away(like Lynch), No missing Ints, but yeah I see the Pats scoring over twenty easily
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    Patriots are beatable, and we are at home. I see it as a 23 to 20 game and could go either way. Hope we can pull it out.

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    I think we can hold them under 20 Jej... Not saying we will, but I can definitely see it happening. Green Bay and Dallas combined didn't even score 20 against at home. With that said though, if they do score over 20 we lose.

    Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, and Colin Kaepernick walk into a bar... To watch Russell Wilson win the Super Bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew_ellis_23 View Post
    Patriots are beatable, and we are at home. I see it as a 23 to 20 game and could go either way. Hope we can pull it out.
    Ill take this score as a win as well but the Patriots will most likely beat us but hey were at home its a magical place.


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    This will definitely be a tough game to overcome. We can do it though but we have to be perfect.
    He felt that one



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    on this note: anyone think we could pull off a trade for welker?
    This is just the beginning. Let's keep it up. History is bound to repeat itself. Let's hope that this time it's for the best.

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    Seahawks great defense will have their work cut out for them. Patriots excel in both the run game and the passing game. With that said, the fact that this game is in Seattle is a HUGE advantage. CenturyLink field is like some sort of black hole where the laws of nature bend (take it from a Saints fan). I think this will be a dogfight if Russell Wilson limits his mistakes.


    Cameron Jordan is awesome

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    Most of you guys are being a little pessimistic in my opinion. Come on! We have the best defense in the NFL and they're coming to play in the toughest stadium. If our offense can click, we just have to contain Tom Brady, which we are more than capable of doing. We got this!

    WE 3ELIEVE!

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    I wanna convince a girl to put on a Russell Wilson outfit so I can just plow her into yesterday.

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    It depends on our defense. So far they've been unstoppable at home.

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    Even Seahawks fans sleeping on Seattle? I see the Seahawks winning 27-17. I don't think the Patriots offense put up 20 on Seattle.

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    I am optimistic, I would say we could have the toughest defense in the NFL AT HOME. On the road it's a noticeable difference. That said I think we COULD pull off a wine. Regardless I am excited.

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    Cardinals D shut down the Pats....gotta believe Seattle's D can too. Mainly because of the secondary. If Irvin can generate a little pressure and force some turnovers, I like the Seahawks chances in this one. 12th man will be big against Brady. Get him frustrated early and they'll be fine.

    Just need Wilson to step it up. Really can't wait to watch this one.

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    Seahawks defense has given up 3 passing and 2 rushing TD's through 5 games yet some people are saying the pats are going to get 4 or more in one? There must be some good crack in Boston.

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