3. The 2012 Seattle Seahawks remind me of the 2001 New England Patriots
You better believe it—the 2012 Seattle Seahawks are the real deal and I believe that they could be the best team in just about any division across the NFL.
Seattle, much like the 2001 Patriots, rely mostly on their defense as they have a rookie starter in Russell Wilson, similar to Tom Brady, as well as a stud-running back, much like Antowain Smith in 2001.
We've only went through six weeks of the NFL season, and it might be a little premature, but the Seahawks are definitely a force to be reckon with.
4. Russell Wilson reminds me of Tom Brady in 2001
I know, I know—I might be going out on a limb on this one, but hear me out.
Through Wilson's first six games as a starter, he has thrown for 1,108 yards as well as eight touchdowns and six interceptions while completing 62.5 percent of his passes and posting an 85.6 quarterback rating and winning four of those six games. As for Brady, he threw for 1,273 yards as well as 10 touchdowns and four interceptions while completing 63.2 percent of his passes and posting a 91.4 quarterback rating while winning four of those six games.
How interesting is that? Stats don't lie.