Call me overly optimistic, but I think we beat Seattle ...

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by edward nigma, Oct 8, 2013.

  1. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    They haven't looked so hot the past few weeks.

    Only thing that worries me is- it's in Seattle.
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  2. J Falk

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    Yeah, everyone remember...they don't sell liquor on sundays.
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  3. dtm586

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    Lol definetly a winnable game?!?!?!

    At seattle ...
    Backup turnover prone qb ...
    CJ will be lucky to gain 15 yards ...

    I can keep going ...

    With that logic than EVERYGAME is a winnable game!!

    I know the phrase any given sunday but ... "Def winnable game" made me laugh out loud.
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  4. yanek27

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    I give you a lot of credit for being positive. I would rather have a positive person then Debby Downer about EVERYTHING. However, @ Seattle no one wins there as of late. The Titans cannot run, our QB is a TURNOVER waiting to happen and did I mention the LOUDEST STADIUM. 13 Point dogs this week, I may take Seattle and leave the points.

    Next week 49ers more of a game we could win. I still don't see it though. 3-4 going into St. Louis while the Colts will be 6-1 or 5-2
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  5. J Falk

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    We definitley have a far better chance of beating the 49ers @ home than the Seahawks @ Seattle. Them long roadtrips usually have something to do with the outcome of games, as seen by the 49ers getting blown out against the Colts in Indy, yet blowing out Houston in San Fran.

    It all really matters on Fitzpatrick and the offensive play calling. We know our defense will come to play in both games. Can Fitz get his head out of his arse and not throw 3 picks? Will Loggains run something other than a Jackie Battle dive or a Chris Johnson stretch? I guess we'll see...
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  6. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    You're overly optimistic.

    I expect a 31-10 loss. FWIW I think it will be close for a while... then all the sudden everything will go wrong for us and the Seahawks will run away with it.
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  7. RavensShallBurn

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    Seahawks have not lost in Seattle in two years. They simply don't lose there anymore. It will take major injuries for them to drop a game in Seattle.
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  8. Dman

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    i see the same thing happening unfortunately. :( It sucks to think like that but going in to these games you just hope the team plays hard. At the same time I will say that this is the NFL and any given sunday anything can happen.
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  9. SawdustMan

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    Yeah, definitely winnable. Likely? Probably not. There's a difference.

    We have a tough, physical defense that is capable of keeping us in every single game.

    CJ will be "lucky to gain 15 yards"? I'll gladly take the over on that if you'd like to do a moolah bet.
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  10. CJtheBeast

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    Depends on how good our defense is.

    Offense will move the chains. Probably sooner rather than later this game since Fitz has had a game, and another entire week to practice with the starters.

    Williams and Gray may come up with something genius. We'll have to see. Looking forward to it.
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