Oct 6, 2017
It's a Seahawks blowout on Sunday Night Football as the Seahawks get the 46-18 win, but it's important to remind ourselves that the Seahawks were tied with 20 minutes left in this game. It wasn't until Russell Wilson showed some emotion getting into the end zone that it seemed to propel the team in the second half.
While it's a bit cliché to refer to football as a game of inches, we saw why in this game. Every inch seemed to go Indy's way in the first half, and Seattle ended up getting those same breaks in the second half. Last week, we talked about Justin Coleman's absence since seeing him take over for Jeremy Lane in game one. Now Coleman has earned a new nickname thanks to some help from Jacoby Brissett in reuniting the young corner with his family.
This is the week to say CATFISH the Rams. Los Angeles is leading the NFL in points and has been very productive on offense early on this season. With injuries stacking up after last week's game, the guys look at who has been practicing and who will be out. Rees Odhiambo had a scary injury against the Colts and incredibly looks like he's on his way to play in the game against the Rams.
Adam points out how this is a different Rams team this year. This will be the first time in many years the Seahawks face this team without Jeff Fisher leading the team. The defense continues to be scary, but the guys talk about one weakness that teams have been exploiting throughout the first quarter of the season this year.
In the second half of the show the guys welcome some new members of the flock and Brandan talks about his experience at the game this past Sunday. Brandan calls out a member of the flock who needs to do better, and Adam has words for Cam Newton who embarrassed himself with his comments to a female reporter this week. Better at life honors go out to Jon Ryan's wife for giving us one more reason to root for a Seahawks win and to a section in the stadium who helped accomplish something that Hall of Fame safety Kenny Easley wanted to see this weekend.
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