I’m actually kind of bummed. It would have really been nice if it was the Seahawks that give him sole possession of the record after what a pain in our asses he has been throughout the years.
(-3.5) (0/U 49.0)
(-6.0) (O/U 53.5)
Their luck is bound to run out soon. Not to mention the Lions have a long history of choking late in the season.
Back to back weeks of 9-7 records puts me at 106-86 for the year as we enter the final month of the regular season.
Seattle Seahawks (7-5) at Baltimore Ravens (4-8) (+9.0)
Seattle had their first signature win of the year against Minnesota last week, dominating on both sides of the ball and for the first time all year looked like the team that has gone to back to back Super Bowls. Hard to believe they started the year 2-4.
Undrafted rookie running back Thomas Rawls started in place of the injured Marshawn Lynch again and continues to impress, running 19 times for 101 yards and a TD. This puts him at 786 yards and 4 Td’s on the year in really only 6 games. He had a total of 15 carries in the other 6. He is a legitimate rookie of the year candidate right now. Rawls and Russell Wilson have sparked an offense that looked pathetic earlier in the year. Wilson has been on fire his last 3 games, completing 77% of his passes and throwing for 11 Td’s, 0 Int’s in that span.
The Seattle Seahawks took part in the circus known as Super Bowl XLIX Media Day this morning, and it was predictably awesome. The Patriots had theirs too, but who really gives a shit about them?