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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2012 7:22 pm    Post subject: Prepare to be pillaged! Reply with quote



Vikings and their fans are coming to your town. this thread will have to do until SoS can put together one of his fables.

meanwhile, we're here!
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Must win for the Seahawks i think we should be able to win this one sure the Lions loss was a disappointment but Stafford did pass for 4k+ yards last season and that was with no RB now we get to face a QB who has struggled the past 2 games probably going to be the same game plan on Defense for both sides stop the running game.
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it's pretty much a must win for the Vikes too.

since we beat AZ this year, if we also beat you we hold the tie breaker over both teams, if we find ourselves fighting for a Wild Card playoff spot.

let's face it, neither team is going to win their Division.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2012 8:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A winnable game for the 'Hawks, but certainly not a guarateed win. The D needs to find itself after getting shelled by Detroit. It will be nice to play a team that may not abandon the run so quickly. The D-line needs to get pressure on Ponder and force him into mistakes. If we give him all day to find an open receiver we will turn him into Matt Stafford and he'll torch us. Gotta force him to go away from Percy Harvin as well. Our weakness is in the middle of the field on intermediate pass routes and if Harvin consistently finds openings in those spots and Ponder gets him the ball, it's going to be a long day for us. On offense, we just need to keep progressing and letting Wilson develop. As long as the play calling doesn't suffocate him, he'll make plays.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2012 8:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Key to beating the Vikings is 3-4 yards per play. Do that and you will win every 3rd down. How to nail that is play-action, and short passes.

You will own the ball and the scoreboard.

Don't get creative or greedy. Play a boring game without turnovers and you will win. That is the Vikings formula and it is also their Kryptonite.

Exploit the zone and take the short yards and their defense will tire and their offense will reach which they are not ready to do and next thing you know you have the ball again.

Seattle can do this for they have the run game and the defense and the home field.

I am hoping somehow Seattle doesnt have that on Sunday.

Go Vikings!!!!
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Russell needs to play smart football and not make stupid throws. He is a lot better at home, and that wil help us immensely.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 12:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Seahawks are going to take this one. I didn't feel confident last week or the week prior...Ponder at century link is going to be a disaster.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 1:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

vike daddy wrote:
it's pretty much a must win for the Vikes too.

since we beat AZ this year, if we also beat you we hold the tie breaker over both teams, if we find ourselves fighting for a Wild Card playoff spot.

let's face it, neither team is going to win their Division.


but the battle is not over Vike Daddy. It's only begun.

This is a huge test for both teams.

Minnesota looked complacent last week, happy to win a game even when we weren't at our best. What happens? We get humiliated on national television.

Minnesota has to be hungry for a win right here. It will be a true testament to how good this team is.

Offensively, we live and die by Adrian Peterson and Percy Harvin. Chrisitan Ponder is a talented QB, and so is Kyle Rudolph, but I think they are really 1 year away from taking off. By I really feel the only way Minnesota wins this game is if AD has one of those games, and Percy Harvin can break a long run/catch for a TD. He's so explosive, and against a bigger secondary like Seattle's, well he's certainly in a really good position to do just that.

Defensively, Minnesota needs to first and foremost, stop Marshawn Lynch. The key to winning defensively is by putting the game onto the shoulders of QB Russell Wilson. Allthough very talented, he's a rookie and bound to make mistakes. He's smart and athletic. A Dangerous QB, but still young.

Minnesota wins if: We don't committ any turnovers, be oppurtunistic, and play well on every phase of the game. like every week. Laughing

Seattle wins if: They take out Harvin/Peterson early in the game, create turnovers and slow down Minnesota's pass rush.

Prediction:

Seattle 24
Minnesota 14
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How good is your offensive line? Thats the main reason the 9ers were able to gash us, so I'm curious how good yours is.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 11:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

SteelKing728 wrote:
vike daddy wrote:
it's pretty much a must win for the Vikes too.

since we beat AZ this year, if we also beat you we hold the tie breaker over both teams, if we find ourselves fighting for a Wild Card playoff spot.

let's face it, neither team is going to win their Division.

but the battle is not over Vike Daddy. It's only begun.

what? what are you referring to?

do you think either team WILL win its Division? or are you cryptically referring to something else? you use so many old cliches in your writing sometimes it's hard to know what you're really talking about.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 11:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

vike daddy wrote:
SteelKing728 wrote:
vike daddy wrote:
it's pretty much a must win for the Vikes too.

since we beat AZ this year, if we also beat you we hold the tie breaker over both teams, if we find ourselves fighting for a Wild Card playoff spot.

let's face it, neither team is going to win their Division.

but the battle is not over Vike Daddy. It's only begun.

what? what are you referring to?

do you think either team WILL win its Division? or are you cryptically referring to something else? you use so many old cliches in your writing sometimes it's hard to know what you're really talking about.

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Star Wars episode 2.

the battle has only begun.

Do I really think we won't win the division? I don't know. I really don't think Chicago or Greenbay are that great.

Too many people seem to think its impossible for Minnesota to be good this year. Its all "oh, they went 3-13 last year, can never be good, rah rah rah", but i don't think thats the case.

but hey, if you want to crown San Francisco and Chicago, then crown em. Wink
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 11:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Meeker wrote:
How good is your offensive line? Thats the main reason the 9ers were able to gash us, so I'm curious how good yours is.


Our 2 best Offensive Lineman are rookie LT Matt Kalil and C John Sullivan.

LG Charlie Johnson is awful. People thought we made a good move by pushing him inside, but he's no different from last season.

RG Brandon Fusco is very physical, but still young. I wouldn't say he's bad, but he's having his lumps.

and RT Phil Loadholt is kind of inconsistant. There are times he looks really good, and then there are times he looks kind of lost. He's a solid player.

If Seattle really wants to create turnovers, they just need to bring alot of pressure on Ponder. His decision making is pretty bad. He needs to stay committed to the pocket, step up and throw, but he doesn't do it consistantly. He seems to always roll out, and thats where he's dangerous as a runner, but not very good throwing the ball any further than maybe 15 yards down the field. He should just check it down, but he always tries to throw these ridiculous passes to Kyle Rudolph, Percy Harvin or good lord Michael Jenkins, and they end up being picked.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 12:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

SteelKing728 wrote:
vike daddy wrote:
what? what are you referring to?

Star Wars episode 2.

the battle has only begun.

hilarious. do you really think that expression came from a Star Wars movie?

Laughing

make sure you cite George Lucas in your college term papers!



and again you fall back in to your sarcastic ranting of somehow quoting others as saying things like "oh, they went 3-13 last year, can never be good, rah rah rah," when what i was discussing was teams making it to the playoffs and wining their divisions.

focus, dude!
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Did you know? Russell Wilson has a passer rating of 94.0 in the first half of games, and 71.8 in the second half of games.

Did you know? Russell Wilson has a 1st QTR rating of 104.5, 83.9 in the 2nd, 55.2 in the 3rd, and 88.2 in the 4th. 5 of his 8 INTs are 3rd

Did you know? Russell Wilson had a 45.5 rating on 3rd downs after four games, but is up to 76.2 after the last four.

Did you know? Russell Wilson has a 121.7 rating on 3rd and more 9 yards to go.

Did you know? Russell Wilson has a 136.1 rating on 4th downs with two touchdowns in six pass attempts.

Did you know? Russell Wilson has a 158.0 rating over the middle of the field with a 14.8 yards per attempt

Did you know? Russell Wilson has a 98.8 rating in the red zone with 5 touchdowns and no interceptions.

Credit @Hawkblogger for the "Did you Knows"
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Boom! wrote:
Did you know? Russell Wilson has a passer rating of 94.0 in the first half of games, and 71.8 in the second half of games.

Did you know? Russell Wilson has a 1st QTR rating of 104.5, 83.9 in the 2nd, 55.2 in the 3rd, and 88.2 in the 4th. 5 of his 8 INTs are 3rd

Did you know? Russell Wilson had a 45.5 rating on 3rd downs after four games, but is up to 76.2 after the last four.

Did you know? Russell Wilson has a 121.7 rating on 3rd and more 9 yards to go.

Did you know? Russell Wilson has a 136.1 rating on 4th downs with two touchdowns in six pass attempts.

Did you know? Russell Wilson has a 158.0 rating over the middle of the field with a 14.8 yards per attempt

Did you know? Russell Wilson has a 98.8 rating in the red zone with 5 touchdowns and no interceptions.

Credit @Hawkblogger for the "Did you Knows"



Thanks Boom

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