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Did the Seahawks peak against the Saints?

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Remember this from the 2010 NFL season: Patriots defeat Jets on Dec. 6 by a score of 45-3. Divisional playoff: Jets defeat Patriots on Jan. 16, 2011 by a score of 28-21, shocking the number one seed. Just sayin'....

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Old 01-07-2014, 07:38 PM   #21
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Remember this from the 2010 NFL season:

Patriots defeat Jets on Dec. 6 by a score of 45-3.
Divisional playoff: Jets defeat Patriots on Jan. 16, 2011 by a score of 28-21, shocking the number one seed.

Just sayin'.
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Old 01-07-2014, 10:55 PM   #22
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Re: Did the Seahawks peak against the Saints?

Originally Posted by Danno View Post
Not so much turnovers in that one as an amazing number of 3 and outs. We only had one giveaway, but it set the tone early and we never recovered.

10 possessions

6 - 3 & outs
2 - Failed 4th down conversions
That is because their D is excellent. Our O-line and our D will have to play like it is for their lives.
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Old 01-07-2014, 11:05 PM   #23
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Saints must start fast and score as early as possible.
If you look at the Seattle/Saints game (if you can stomach it) we scored in the 2nd quarter and their defense started emotionally falling apart - looking at each other and complaining. Fired up or no, their team plays on emotion and without that emotion they can go flat.

Score first or early, get a lead and take their fans out of the game and quiet them. If they do that then it can definitely be a dog fight against one heck of a team. If we come in and start super slow like we did in the first matchup, then everyone can eat Gumbo and get drunk and talk about the draft coming up in a few months.

We MUST start fast, score and take their fans, the stadium and fans out of the equation if we want a chance to win mono y mono.
That is possibly one way. The other is how Arizona did it. They kept SEA out of the end zone. Both Ds did. It was 3-3 till the 3rd or 4th quarter. Seattle would move up and down the field -- but the Cards D wouldn't let them in. They made 2 or 3 goal line stands. It was demoralizing. Then, their D got tired. That's when the Cards woke up, recovered from Carson Palmer's 4 INTs and started scoring. SEA answered -- but -- a bad interception call went against SEA and the Cards won. They might have won anyway -- but a couple of questionable but favorable calls went ARI's way in the 4th quarter.

The good news is SEA will beat themselves with penalties. I'm glad Drew is getting some practice arguing for calls.
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Old 01-08-2014, 07:17 AM   #24
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Re: Did the Seahawks peak against the Saints?

I think we are kidding ourselves if we give any credence to this article. It was written by a local with high hopes like the rest. I don't think we realize how good this seahawks team is at home. Yeah they lost to the cardinals, one loss in 16 at home in two years. And that loss is the one they had to get out of the way.
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I hope its the sophomore jinks just setting in on Wilson, he surely never went through it yet ,so start throwing some pics dude,
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I really think the hawks wont match the night they humiliated us up there. they were all pumped to break sound barrier and all that bullshyt .their going to get it i'm tellin u their going to eat green turdd wings. yall remember when we were all pumped about undefeated and going for 14 when dallas busted our bubble. seattle will get same taste in there mouth. there so dammed arrogant about winning super bowl, wait thy didn't win shyt yet.
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I am of the opinion we take the first drive and don't force anything. We take what is given on each and every play and march slowly down the field.

Don't go long unless a receiver is clearly alone and in position to catch uncontested.

Don't try and force a run when they are giving up 5 yard passes.

Don't force 5 yard passes when they are giving us running lanes.

Don't phuch up trying to be brave.

Finally.. Don't throw the GAWDDAMNED ball to any receiver that is not PAST THE LINE OF SCRIMMAGE, or PAST THE 1st DOWN MARKER. It chaps my arse when we lose yardage on a frikken pass, or throw it to a receiver on 3rd down and he is 4 yards inside of a 1st down. Receivers need to know where the sticks are.
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Our receivers have to play much better. Play physical football, don't let them push you around, create separation, fight to the end. Step up Jimmy. No alligator hands. Drew will be fine. We win 27:23!
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I am of the opinion we take the first drive and don't force anything. We take what is given on each and every play and march slowly down the field.

Don't go long unless a receiver is clearly alone and in position to catch uncontested.

Don't try and force a run when they are giving up 5 yard passes.

Don't force 5 yard passes when they are giving us running lanes.

Don't phuch up trying to be brave.

Finally.. Don't throw the GAWDDAMNED ball to any receiver that is not PAST THE LINE OF SCRIMMAGE, or PAST THE 1st DOWN MARKER. It chaps my arse when we lose yardage on a frikken pass, or throw it to a receiver on 3rd down and he is 4 yards inside of a 1st down. Receivers need to know where the sticks are.

Total agreement. Take what they give -- wear them down. Don't let them in the end zone. Run the freakin' ball. Play action RUN ( don't know the technical name if there is one ).

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I agree, don't let Drew go long until they see how his ball is flying that day. He has been underthrowing terribly outside in the first half recently.
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