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  1. I expect to turn on my DirecTV this Sunday and find myself watching a lot of Channel 83.

  2. Time to get the TE’s involved in the passing game more. IF kearse is limited, gotta mix it up and get Miller/Willson going. Move the chains and get 6, fellas. Go Hawks

  3. MikeFromNewJersey says:

    I’m more concerned about Red Bryant missing the Kearse. We dont have a true backup for Red or even Mebane. Kearse is just a role player,Red is a stud.

  4. I’m not concerned about injuries at all this week. Backs to the wall…do or die this week. Everyone brings it.

  5. And this is what I hope you see, pabs:

  6. More Tarvaris?

    Seriously, in Lockette’s limited time on the field I’ve only seen him make plays and catch every ball thrown to him.

    6’2, 210, 4.3

  7. Southendzone says:

    Uh oh, Red is out? That’s not good for this week. Who will get teh start for him? Jordan Hill?

  8. Dukeshire says:

    I don’t believe he’s been ruled out, just yet. But if he were to site, Bennett, or even Avril in some packages would likely take most of his snaps. Hill is an interior lineman.

  9. Thru week 16 Football Outsiders (FO) has:
    STL’s defense as 15th best vs the pass and 4th best vs the run.
    SEA’s offense is ranked 7th best at passing and 8th best at rushing.
    SEA’s D is #1 vs the pass and #10 vs the run.
    STL’s offense is 21st at passing and 28th at rushing.

    FO has KC as the best defense vs TEs and
    STL’s D is 2nd best vs TEs.
    SEA’s TEs rank 19th (Willson) and 28th (Miller) at receiving
    SEA’s defense is ranked 3rd vs TEs.
    STL’s TE (Cook) ranks 22nd at receiving. And, while Harkey has only caught 18 passes this season he’s still got very good DVOA & DYAR.

    In DYAR, Clemons ranks 25th while RW ranks 8th.
    SEA’s Offensive efficiency ranks 8th, defensive efficiency 1st.
    STL’s defensive efficiency ranks 12th, offensive efficiency 23rd.

  10. raymaines says:

    I think it’s crazy important we stop the St. Louis run game and force them into a passing game. Enter Richard Sherman, stage left.

    I love Jermaine Kearse, but Ricardo Lockette could work out in his absence. Lockette The Rockette is tall, fast, strong and I’m an optimist. BTW: Isn’t a Rockette a dancer in NYC? Maybe I’m thinking of something else.

    Please God, make Big Red healthy by Sunday.

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