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Poll: Will Hawks finish strong?

Post by Eric Williams on Dec. 10, 2010 at 11:03 am with 8 Comments »
December 10, 2010 11:04 am

With the Seattle Seahawks facing a critical, final four games to decide if they make the playoffs for the first time in three years, I thought I would pose this question today — what will be Seattle’s record when the season concludes? Answer below.

Poll: What will be the Seahawks' final record?

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  1. Judging by these poll results, it seems a whopping 90% of fans think the Seahawks will beat the 49ers this weekend.

  2. Pat_riot says:

    I voted for 8-8, but I don’t think that’s really respectable considering some of the pathetic teams they’ve lost to, and should have one. Granted, they’ve won a couple teams they should have lost to, but they could be 10-6 if they win 2 of their last four and actually beat the pathetic (but much improved) Rams and Raiders.

  3. devisscher says:

    How about going 8-8 with defeating TB and SF and losing to the Falcons and Rams?

  4. Just by stats the NFCW should end up:
    STL: 6-6: TE-27(-17.2%), OE-28(-10.5%), DE-22(7.2%), STE-15(0.4%), VAR-12(12.2%), FS-23(-3.1%)
    @NO TE-9(11.7%), OE-7(14.6%), DE-11(0.6%), STE-26(-2.3%): L
    vKC TE-13(8.1%), OE-8(13.9%), DE-19(3.6%), STE-25(-2.1%): L
    vSF TE-20(-8.1%), OE-25(-6.7%), DE-14(1.2%), STE-20(-0.2%): L
    @SEA TE-30(-23.9%), OE-29(-11.6%), DE-29(19.0%), STE-1(6.6%): W
    7-9
    SF: 4-8: TE-20(-8.1%), O-25(-6.7%), D-14(1.2%), ST-20(-0.2%), VAR-29(26.5%), FS-30(-16.3%)
    vSEA TE-30(-23.9%), OE-29(-11.6%), DE-29(19.0%), STE-1(6.6%): W
    @SD TE-8(16.4%), OE-4(19.7%), DE-4(-8.7%), STE-32(-11.9%): L
    @STL TE-27(-17.2%), OE-28(-10.5%), DE-22(7.2%), STE-15(0.4%): W
    vAZ TE-32(-40.6%), OE-31(-30.8%), DE-24(11.8%), STE-11(2.0%): W
    7-9
    SEA: 6-6: TE-30(-23.9%), OE-29(-11.6%), DE-29(19.0%), STE-1(6.6%), VAR-30(26.9%), FS-22(-1.8%)
    @SF TE-20(-8.1%), OE-25(-6.7%), DE-14(1.2%), STE-20(-0.2%): L
    vATL TE-7(18.0%), OE-6(16.1%), DE-16(2.1%), STE-5(4.1%): L
    @TB TE-17(0.0%), OE-16(7.5%), DE-20(5.9%), STE-24(-1.6%): L
    vSTL TE-27(-17.2%), OE-28(-10.5%), DE-22(7.2%), STE-15(0.4%): L
    6-10
    AZ: 3-9: TE-32(-40.6%), OE-31(-30.8%), DE-24(11.8%), STE-11(2.0%), VAR-19(17.0%), FS-31(-18.5%)
    vDEN TE-24(-11.5%), OE-10(13.0%), DE-31(21.9%), STE-27(-2.6%): L
    @CAR TE-31(-38.3%), OE-32(-35.8%), DE-18(2.6%), STE-17(0.2%): L
    vDAL TE-26(-15.9%), OE-20(-0.3%), DE-28(16.6%), STE-14(1.0%): L
    @SF TE-20(-8.1%), OE-25(-6.7%), DE-14(1.2%), STE-20(-0.2%): L
    3-13

  5. C’mon you guys – I expected so explosive a retort to my misuse of those stats that it would make me “Jackson Pollack my pants” (to borrow a Tobeck phrase.)

    I counted SEA @ SF as a loss for SEA mainly because of SEA’s cumulative offensive efficiency [0% = NFL average, where positive is better] (-11.6%) ranked 29th goes against SF’s cumulative defensive efficiency [0% = NFL average, where negative is better] (1.2%) ranked 14th.

    How did SF’s defense get ranked 14th? They’re cumulative scores of 12.4% ranks them 19th vs the pass and -11.6% for 6th vs the run. What does that mean for this game? Maybe not much.

    SF’s starting NT Aubrayo Franklin got a groin injury vs GB and maybe doesn’t play this week. Ricky Jean-Francois (6-3/295) is his backup. That could make a difference. Isaac Sopoaga and Justin Smith are still OK, but without Franklin, Beast-Force’s run-performance could improve.

    Also, look at SF’s pass defence. First, this last Wednesday, SF’s secondary coach Johnnie Lynn up and quit. Starting LCB Shawntae Spencer has a quadriceps injury but practiced fully Fri, is probable & expected to play. Spencer’s backup CB Tarell Brown got an ankle injury vs GB, but somehow isn’t listed on SF’s injury report. Brown’s backup is Phillip Adams, who has 3 tackles in 12 games with no other stats. Starting RCB Nate Clements suffered a knee injury that made him leave the GB game for awhile, and limited his practice this week, so he’s listed as questionable but is still expected to play. Clements’ backup CB William James got a concussion, was limited in practice, is listed as doubtful and isn’t expected to play. James’ backup is Tremaine Brock who’s been on their PS then on their inactive list for the last 3 weeks. Whoever plays in their secondary, it should be an opportunity for a big game for whomever SEA can get to play WR.

    It isn’t who you play, but when you play them.

  6. Dukeshire says:

    No offense, but I get vertigo just glancing at posts that are laid out like that. So I’m not able to comment on it’s content.

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