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08 Nov 22 17:32
Date Joined: 28 Sep 02
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In my head this is quite a short write up...

One of these teams has an explosive offense being steered by a consistently good quarterback, ably supported by a dynamic running back and solid receivers. They are in the top 5 points-per-game bracket over the season as a whole and over their last four outings. Overall, they are efficient at turning yards into points and sit at the top of a competitive division.

The other team is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who used to be good and somehow scrambled their to victory in the last minutes of a grim match against the (poor) Rams. They just aren't scoring enough points at the moment, and are in a scrap with at least two other teams with losing records in arguably the weakest of the eight divisions.

Blah, blah, blah, Seattle are currently available at around 2.3 for this game, and they ought to be clear favourites. Tampa might - at some stage - start to turn things around, but they are priced up here at least in part due to former glory and TB12.

The selection, of course, is Seattle to win.

The verging-on-buoyant predictor has this down as: Seattle Seahawks 26-16 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Report NonVintage November 17, 2022 6:48 PM GMT
Ah, in the end that was an enjoyable enough game but Seattle just didn't show up in the first half. Geno didn't look at the races so the offense never got rolling, but it was defensively that the Seahawks looked a real mess - letting the Buccaneers actually get good yardage on the ground and looking paper-thin when Brady through the TD pass to Julio. Bah!
Report NonVintage November 17, 2022 6:48 PM GMT
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