skews13 » 30 Jan 2014 9:19 pm wrote:
Seattle has the best pass rush in football. If they can get to Peyton, they've got a chance. They are also the number one scoring defense. Which means Peyton can't make any mistakes. The problem Seattle has, is they're playing Peyton. If they get to him on a stunt, he'll go hurry up. He's got a million two second plays he can call. The Broncos are a 40 point week in, week out football team. Seattle will have to hold them to 20 to have a chance, because they don't put those kind of points up. The stats on both sides of the ball say Seattle wins. But are you going to bet against Peyton Manning in a big game?
You're pretty much right. I can't predict who will win, about the only thing I can predict is it should be one hell of a game.
The Denver rush defense is underrated, they do well against the run. To me, the key will be for them to be able to stop Lynch - but just as importantly to not let Wilson run wild. I have little doubt they're D will have someone shadowing Wilson, but that doesn't guarentee stopping him as he's a heck of an athlete. If the Denver D can stop the run and force Wilson to pass, I like our chances.
Yep, can't say anything negative about the Seahawks D, they're stout - and I enjoy watching them. Very explosive across the board. But you're right, if they don't get to Manning - they're in trouble. Manning's like a freaking surgeon.....fun stuff to watch. He also adjusts really well. The key will be keeping us from scoring 30+. If they can keep it in the 20's, good chance Seattle wins.
Can't wait. Ironically, I head out of DIA tomorrow for ............. SeaTac to do a contract flight for one of Seattles well do to computer guys. Yes, I'll be wearing Bronco garb all Friday until we depart Saturday am.Go Broncos