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    Why The Seahawks Can Beat The Packers

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    Yes, I know it, you know it, the Seahawks must head to Lambeau Field to take on the 13-3 Packers. But beating the Packers of course is no small task especially in Lambeau Field, but we can beat them. And here’s how.

    Now yes I know they’re 13-3, you may keep saying you’re a elite team with Superbowl hopes, the surface numbers are downright amazing, but can you watch them play? You’ll see a team with a lot of flaws. They can’t play 60 minutes, they can just quit on offense, Aaron Rodgers overthrows a lot of people, yes the defense is good but then they end up having a shell of there former selves. Winning every game in a very unconvincing fashion is appalling, even against terrible teams, the Packers are frauds, having big breaks via the refs is amazing.

    Anyways with that out of the way we can turn ourselves to a real article. On the other side of the Packers they have former Huskie corner Kevin King who is finally showing he’s a good corner with 5 int’s. The Smiths are racking up sacks and I can see them getting to Russ immediately. Then on the otherside there’s Aaron Rodgers, having one target is Davante Adams and that’s pretty much it. Graham could’ve been key for the Packers but he’s been mediocre at best

    2019 season stats

    REC
    38
    Tied-105th

    YDS
    447
    94th

    TD
    3
    Tied-73rd

    AVG
    11.8
    69th

    As these our pretty mediocre stats for a fomer elite TE, which all we need is Wright to cover Graham and just put Shaq on Adams. Aaron Jones will be a factor for the packs to win but can be stopped as the Seahawks front 7 led by Wagner and Clowney have stopped a lot of plays significantly, as Diggs returns soon.

    The Seahawks offense is a mixed bag, Lynch reportedly going to get more snaps and Homer has been balling out, we’ve yet to see Robert Turbin but we’ll see him hopefully. DK Metcalf balled out also in the win vs the Eagles. It’ll be hard to cover him since we saw the most Yards caught in a postseason debut for a rookie ever. You can almost take David Moore and Ugo Amahdi for granted as they’re great WR’s when called for. The OLine, is well, a “Trash Can” as Ifedi continues to cause penalties as we need to stop the DLine of the Packers. The key to the win will be Russ needing to run the ball when there’s a lane and seeing Lynch getting room to run.

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