Type: Posts; User: seahawksfan837
What a dumpster fire.
Yeah, no. Put Rodgers in that trash division and they might be 16-0.
C'mon, someone wants Walker, right?
Not in terms of importance though.
If you're starting a QB that is dreadful, the odds of winning significantly decrease. It's the one position you can't hide a subpar player.
They can win, I...
Bring it on Jack!
Call me overconfident, but I don't see the Hawks losing to Ryan Lindley.
Philly looks like the odd man out, for sure.
No kidding, he's still not.
It's just a bizarre comparison. They are nothing alike.
Pretty much nothing.
Chicago isn't talentless, but it's time for that team to start over. Lifeless. Cutler's a bum too.
The way the Seahawks are playing, I wouldn't count them out home or road.
A combined 43-17 against SF and Philly the last two road games.
I think it comes down to GB and Seattle, the two best...
Really? Well, I'd consider them over Murray.
But that's kinda the issue here -- if we're being literal, how can Murray be the league's most valuable player when he's probably 3rd in terms of importance on his own offense.
By nature, it...
It's hard to give an MVP award to 5 people.
He has shown nothing similar to Brees.
Murray's productivity is assisted in huge part by that ridiculous OL.
It's Rodgers or Brady, with Rodgers the leader now.
And he is unlike those guys in virtually every way.
Yeah, he will never be in the same universe as those guys.
I think Teddy has a chance to be decent, but I think his ceiling is pretty low. Not a ton of upside in that arm.
And Falcons could easily win that game too.
If the Seahawks get the 1 seed, and play ATL in the divisional round, that might set a record for highest point spread in that round.
That's the tricky part -- JJ Watt has been the most valuable non-QB IMO, but he can't single handedly win 11-12 games like Rodgers or Brady can.
Ah, right. Assuming he would be back. Maybe a bad assumption on my part.
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