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Seahawks vs. Patriots live game chat

Post by Eric Williams on Oct. 14, 2012 at 12:15 pm with 26 Comments »
October 14, 2012 12:15 pm

Ryan Divish will be your host this afternoon, so mind your Ps and Qs people.

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  1. ptproudnative says:

    goo seattle

  2. SandpointHawk says:

    Come on

  3. LeePHilI says:

    Russell Wilson is too short to be throwing those passes.

    They aren’t happening.

  4. SandpointHawk says:

    So much for the Bill and Tom show….

  5. 1st and 4th quarter RW = I LOVE!

    2nd and 3rd quarter RW = PUT FLYNN IN!

    We’ll learn a lot thursday. Hopefully they can beat the Niners.

  6. helll yesssssssssss

    didn’t think we quite had this one in us. what a win. way to go RW, way to go D. so pumped right now. What a game.

    go down patriots!!

  7. come on Radeon – seriously, put in Flynn? Still??

    Does the guy have to part the red sea for you to get on board?

    Man . . .

  8. mojjonation says:

    OMFG!!! Give up 500 yards passing and win on a 4th qtr drive. Wilson…nice job today.

  9. New England’s secondary allows an average of 290 passing ypg, this is about what I’d expected from RW, it’s what NE has given up, especially since they legitimately stacked the line to stop Lynch, which they did.

    The niners are going to certainly stop Marhsawn, so we’ll see what happens vs SF on thursday.

  10. completions of 46, 50 and 51 yards today – every one of them right on the money. Yeah, we cooled down in the middle of the game, but we just came from 13 down in the 4th quarter to beat the best offense in the league – – – we’re going to be tied for the division lead going into SF on thurs.

  11. actually, .5 games behind ARI depending on if BUF wins or not.

  12. SandpointHawk says:

    As soon as we learn to play for all four quarters we will be unstoppable… That said, great win…no need to spin this …just a great win all around…

  13. and again, this team consistently wins at home, when RW does this on the road, I’ll be impressed. This taught us the defense isn’t going to keep you in every game, but admittedly, RW stepped up BIG when the D and running game couldn’t handle the load.

    If they do that @SF, I’d be sold on RW, and Carroll. And Bevell.

  14. mojjonation says:

    Those up on Flynns nuts will be whining when they win 10 or 11games. Sorry but the debating and complaining is over.

    You want to complain about a Seahawk…complain about Breno.

  15. DanielleMND says:

    “2nd and 3rd quarter RW = PUT FLYNN IN!”

    RW lead us back from being down 13 points in the 4th quarter to win. What more do you want?

  16. RW’s last pass was more than 45 yds in the air. He has got a arm. I doubt Flynn could make those passes.

  17. “New England’s secondary allows an average of 290 passing ypg, this is about what I’d expected from RW, it’s what NE has given up, especially since they legitimately stacked the line to stop Lynch, which they did.

    The niners are going to certainly stop Marhsawn, so we’ll see what happens vs SF on thursday.”

    No, you’re totally right, what was I thinking?? A blind man could have thrown for 295 yards, 3 TDs, no picks, and a last-minute TD drive against NE.

    Just at least tell me you’ll be rooting for RW to kick ass on Thursday night?

  18. AZ loses . . .

    Hello 1st place, nice to see you again.

  19. MoSeahawk12 says:

    3 TD’s, that was all Win or walk!! Wilson was a match for Golden Tom “can’t touch” QB. Anybody that says different, can restock the tool department at Sears. Defense not a good plan against Wes can’t be covered by any of our 11 guys? Come on Bradly!!! That was on you. What an incredible come back. Could have made it easier in the first half by not calling dog crap plays in the red zone…I’m talkin to you Bevel. 3rd and 1 and you go single back set, no fullback. Marshawn gets hit in backfield for loss, rare. STUPID CALL. Figure this out Bevel, we don’t have Brett Farve to bail you out.

  20. LeePHilI says:

    Hey RADEon…..

    Wilson didn’t throw those passes. He is too short and not good enough.

  21. mojjonation says:

    I wont doubt Flynn could have made some of those throws. But I dont think he would have extended some of those plays the way Wilson did. Now we know why the backup Qb is the most popular guy on the team. While a win Thursday isn’t out of the question, I want a good game at a minimum. This will make every other team think about stacking the box. The 2005 team gave upalot ofnpassing yards too because they were up 14 before the other team knew what hit them. That forced thenother team to throw. New England has the same thing so their defensive numbers are skewed because their offense is so good.

  22. mojjonation says:

    NFL.com called the Rams kicked Legatron. Good grief.

  23. MoSeahawk12 says:

    Hey, on, we won on the road and are now 4-3. There is still time to order your Browns jersey. Your Wilson augments are falling far shorter than your stature. We had zero running game today. This was 100% won by the QB……his name is Wilson and he did all he could. Defense wasn’t able to sustain today. That’s okay. They have won 3 games for us before today. Besides, if Earl Thomas returned that sure int in the first goal line stand for a pick six 96 yard td, this game is over before half. Earl dropped two potential int TD’s today and don’t harsh on me as Earl is my favorite Seahawk and generally intercepts those.

  24. GeorgiaHawk says:

    We have a QB, his Name is Wilson. Just for those that haven’t accepted it yet.

  25. LeePHilI says:

    Was Wilson too short to throw almost 300 yards today?

  26. Like I said, I’ll jump on the bandwagon when he does it on the road. He definitely earned a lot of my respect today.

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