NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate brings us his list of what he loved and hated about the Seahawks week 6 victory over the visiting New England Patriots. Pete Carroll opened the playbook and let Russell Wilson do what he did in college – air the ball out. Boy did it pay off. Russell Wilson threw for almost 300 yards with big plays to Sidney Rice, Doug Baldwin, and Braylon Edwards.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate brings us his 5 Seahawks who must impress this week against the New England Patriots. Russell Wilson will need Darrell Bevell ro draw up a successful pass attack in order to help the Seahawks win this one. With the 30th ranked pass defense, Sidney Rice, Golden Tate and company will need to find ways to get open and get the ball. KJ Wright, Bobby Wagner and Leroy Hill will need to step up too.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens will weigh in each week with that state of the Seahawks with regards to the NFL injury report. He’ll watch for player news, read the updated practice reports, and will always do his best to provide clear an accurate NFL injuries updates, and player injury news. Week 6 features the Patriots vs. Seahawks. John Moffitt, Jaye Howard, Marshawn Lynch, and Max Unger are names to watch this week.
NWSB Fantasy Football Insider and part time Seahawks blogger Dave B. is back and better than ever with his Week 6 NFL fantasy football forecast for the New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks. Dave says start Zach Miller. What? Yes he did. New England has been poor against opposing Tight Ends this season – no TE has registered less than 50 yards against the Patriots all season long.
Free NFL Betting Odds & Picks for the New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks week 6 matchup. The Seahawks are a 3.5 point home underdog. The over/under is 44. Dave says he hate’s to bet against Seattle at home – the 12th man is a huge factor but Tom Brady and company simply don’t make the mistakes necessary for Seattle to have a chance in this one. Chris Clemons and Bruce Irvin better get home to keep it close.