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Just the facts

Posted By Adam Sharp On Oct 13 2012 @ 5:09 pm In New England Patriots | No Comments

Sorry about the tardiness this week. Busy week and the Pats have a fairly easy week ahead of them. The Pats are one of the most talented and the hottest team in the NFL. They are facing a team who is going to be remembered this year for upsetting the Packers on the worst call in NFL history and nothing more.

I don’t want to look past any team. Just look at the Arizona game, but if there is any game that is going to be an easy win it is this one. Russel Wilson is not a very good QB. He is good under pressure and can run the ball fairly well, but I am still a firm believer that Flynn should be the QB. Players win their jobs in the offseason perhaps in college, but not in the NFL.

This is going to be an interesting game for the rushers. Lynch is top three in the NFL, but he is facing a near shut down run defense. The Pats defense have stopped many a good running back this year and I would love to see Lynch shut down as well.

Then we can flip the switch and say that the Seahawks have one of the best rush defenses and the Pats one of the best rushing offenses. Bolden proved last week that he is not a one game fluke and that he belongs in every game. These two will cancel each other out. Brady is what changes the game.

He is going to beat up the Seattle defense just like Rogers did in the Packers “loss.” Brady is looking just as good as ever, has more weapons than ever, and is looking confident. When Brady is feeling good there is no one more dangerous in the NFL. And after wiping out Manning, I know he is feeling really good. Good enough for the W.

SIDE NOTE: This is a homecoming for Pete Carrol. Let’s see if his knowledge of Bellichick does anything for this game.

Some other things:

The Pats will win 35-13.

Wilson will have at least two picks

Brady will have at least 3 TD’s

Welker will go over 100 receiving

Neither team will rush over 75 yards

Wilson will throw under 50% and Brady will throw over 75%

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