I think they'll go side to side and let the Seahawks choose. But I agree, I'd want Alexander on Lockett.
Yeah, it's never a good idea to rip the fans. But it is bad protocol to do the wave when your team has the ball.
54 degrees, 69% humidity, wind is from the S at 6 mph.
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No, they've been playing without these guys for awhile. The one guy they could miss a lot is Brice. Josh Jones better bring his A game.
I have recommended it. I doubt they'll listen to me.
He could, but what they need is ball security first and foremost. Then some positive yardage.
It is something they must be concerned about. Heading into next season they're going to have to continue to build the corner position.
It's a little bit of both. But I really think it's a combination of things going on and one of those is that Rodgers isn't playing that well.
For sure, they can. The Seahawks have been giving up rushing yards in gobs. They need to make the Seahawks sell out on the run and then start taking some shots deep.
I really don't see him being that hampered. I'm sure he's got pain after every game, and he's not running as fast as he was. But it doesn't appear to be bothering him that much.
Yes, I assume so also. He was practicing them in warm-ups.
Very well could be. They didn't draft all those WRs for noting.
Yes, I do expect to see that. They've never been very good at running it. The Seahawks had the Rams on the ropes with a dose of it last week.
I would think there's a chance they could bring Allison back, but no one has told me that. If there's any chance, they should wait.
Maybe some shots down the field early on if they load up on Jones. I'm expecting them to line up with three tight ends to start the game. We'll see.