In case you haven't heard, the Seahawks are known for having a tough defense. During the regular season they led the league for both least points allowed and least yards allowed. When it comes to passing yards allowed and rushing yards allowed during the regular season they were ranked first and third respectively. While those rankings may be good enough data for someone who gets all their sports information from ESPN, if you're reading my blog you want more.
As has pretty much been the case for the Patriots all season, they are in charge of their own destiny. Assuming Josh McDaniels does a good job calling plays and Tom Brady doesn't have any brain farts, the Patriots should be victorious. Personally, I think if the Patriots play a quality game they will win by double digits. Here's a quick look at the three facets of the game and what to expect.
Immediately following the Seahawks 2012 victory against the Patriots, Richard Sherman shot into the spotlight with his post-game question "You mad bro?" aimed at Tom Brady. While Brady didn't respond to that question, I'd imagine "mad" would be a mild description of his emotions at that time. I also think that the memory of that game will just add fuel to Brady's competitive fire this Sunday.
Despite have two rosters worth of players come and go from this year's team, the Boston Celtics are currently playing their way into a playoff spot.
The other day my St. Louis-loving friend Zuke threw at me an article about how the Patriots don't fumble the ball and how it's all because of the air press and blah blah blah. I told her that I would respond using my blog instead of trying to type a response into Facebook using my phone. Here is my response.
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