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View Poll Results: Who goes further this season from the NFC West?
San Francisco 58 45.31%
Seattle 70 54.69%
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Old 06-09-2013, 02:03 PM    (permalink
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I would have to say that injuries are a major concern for the Seahawks as well. They were fairly fortunate injury wise last season, and they also have a lot of guys who are big injury risks who will severely handcuff their team if they go down.

Thomas is undersized and their secondary will go from elite to having big problems with the long ball without him.

Lynch is the most physical runner in the NFL, but he has a lot of carries on his legs over the last few years, and I'm not sure if Turbin is ready to carry the load if he goes down.

Wilson does a much better job than RGIII or Vick at avoiding contact, but he's still an undersized mobile QB.

They also have a pretty mediocre O-line sans 2 players, and as the Jets experienced when Mangold was out a couple of years ago, the tires can come off really quickly without Okung or Unger.
I wonder if Seattle took two runningbacks this year because of the wear and tear on Lynch.
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